Irish League admission prices rise ahead of 2019/20 season
Admission price figures are going up ahead of the new Danske Bank Premiership season.
The NI Football League has advised supporters that the new maximum admission prices for top tier matches will be £12 for adults and £8 concession in the 19/20 campaign.
Both price brackets are up £1 on last season but are maximum figures and so the rise will not be mandatory for clubs to enforce.
The announcement follows a similar hike for adult admission, announced in 2017, which was the first price rise in many years.
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The NI Football League has also encouraged supporters to purchase season tickets from their club.
"Supporters are encouraged to maximise potential savings by securing a season ticket for your Danske Bank Premiership club, information about season tickets will be available on each club’s official website and social media channels," read a statement.
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