We are delighted to announce that the club has now sold the first batch of 770 season tickets.
Those who were lucky enough to purchase one or more will be able to attend the Sky Bet EFL L1 game v Oxford United at the Wham Stadium on Saturday 26th September.
Please note - This is the scheduled date for the EFL test event for the Covid distancing half maximum capacity and is still subject to approval by the EFL and Safety Advisory Group.
The first match all remaining 765 season ticket purchasers will be able to attend will be the EFL Trophy Group Game v Blackpool FC on Tuesday 6th October at the Wham Stadium.
Please Note - This the scheduled date for the EFL test event for the Covid distancing maximum capacity and is still subject to approval by the EFL and Safety Advisory Group.
The remaining 765 season tickets are now on sale to existing season ticket holders until 7pm on Thursday 10th Sept.
Any remaining season tickets will then go on general sale from Friday 11th September at 10am.
Current Office Hours:
Monday to Thursday 1pm to 7pm
Friday 10am to 4pm
Important Stand Allocation Update
The HML Recycling (Jack Barrett) Stand has now sold out of the Covid social distancing capacity (360 seats capacity)
The Farley’s Solicitors (Clayton End) Stand still has 15 Covid social distancing capacity remaining (415 seats capacity)
The Studio.com (Whinney Hill) Stand still has 350 Covid social distancing capacity remaining (390 capacity)
The Coppice Terrace still has 350 Covid social distancing capacity remaining (370 capacity)
- Current season ticket holders in the HML (Jack Barrett) Stand who still wish to renew for the coming season will receive their current seat number in the stand they usually sit in, but will be temporarily re-located in the Studio.com (Whinney Hill) stand until all Covid restrictions are lifted. They will then be able to return to their usual seat.
- Current season ticket holders in the Farley’s Solicitors (Clayton End) stand will be temporarily re-located on the Coppice Terrace until all Covid restrictions are lifted. They will then be able to return to their usual standing place in the Clayton End.
- Anyone who wishes to relocate into the Studio.com (Whinney Hill) stand from the Farley’s Solicitors (Clayton End) stand will need to wait until tickets go on general sale on Friday 10th September.
We are producing a colour coordinated ‘Covid Card’ to bring along with your season ticket to each game. For those seated, the card will have the stand, block, row and seat number you have been allocated during the Covid restrictions.
For those with standing season tickets, the different colour ‘Covid Card’ will indicate which stand you have been allocated to while Covid restrictions remain in place.
Your support with this part of the ongoing restrictions is crucial for the club to keep their safety certificate in place during these unprecedented times.
You will be able to collect your ‘Covid Card’ week commencing 21st September and check where your temporary seat is within the stadium.
Please do not throw your season ticket away – the games for the coming season will be uploaded remotely onto your current season ticket.
If you have requested a replacement for a lost season ticket, this can be collected along with the ‘Covid Card’.
All 2020/21 season ticket holders will be able to access the game v Peterborough United on Saturday 12th September via the EFL streaming platform iFollow as part of their season ticket package.
iFollow is available through the ASFC website. This game is to be played behind closed doors and is the only opportunity to watch Stanley in action.
Season ticket holders will be given a unique pass code for this game – further details on how to receive your unique pass code will be released as soon as possible.
Non season ticket holders can purchase the game via the iFollow platform on the ASFC website – all income from purchased match passes will go directly to Stanley so this is a way of supporting the club even though you cannot attend the fixture.
We cannot thank supporters enough for the patience they have showed during the past six months - from the final home five league games being cancelled, the global pandemic and uncertainty around the start of the new football season, the lack of ongoing information and finally the Covid social distancing arrangements we have had to put in place in order to receive a safety certificate to open the Wham Stadium for football once again.
We are overwhelmed by the number of season tickets we have sold in the first 24 hours of going back on sale – we are already almost half way towards the stadium Covid social distancing capacity of 1535.
It would be something really special if we can fill the Wham Stadium with existing and new season ticket holders, all socially distanced in all four stands.
This is something the players are already talking about and cannot wait to have that special atmosphere back where it belongs – in the Wham Stadium.
David Burgess, MD