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posted on 23/7/14

Still waiting for next season's membership details to appear on the club's website, they are very late.

comment by (U2367)

posted on 23/7/14

filbert nutt

here is the link to the membership info for the 2014/15 season

http://www.lcfc.com/news/article/150714-ticket-membership-information-for-201415-1760916.aspx

posted on 23/7/14

My understanding of the membership system is that to have any chance of going to see the bigger teams you're going to have to fork out for a decent graded membership and mates with season tickets aren't going to be able to help you out. Can't see any game making general sale.

Unfortunate for the casual attendee but will atleast stop man utd Liverpool fans etc being in the home end

comment by Foxello (U6985)

posted on 24/7/14

I have just been searching for information on this myself.

To stand any chance of getting access to match tickets, you are going to need to buy Gold Fox Membership which is £75 per person, per year.

http://www.lcfcdirect.com/memberships.aspx

It does have some good benefits but is also rather steep, especially if, like me, you don't know how many matches you will be able to get too even if tickets are available.

Without membership it'll be nigh on impossible to get tickets. This is, unfortunately, the downside of the club's decision to make more season tickets available. Whilst I understand that they want more ST holders and can see the benefits of this, it does rather grate that those of us who went to matches during the League One days when many stayed away due to the nature of the opposition are now being not only priced out of ST's, but also pushed out of being able to purchase match day tickets too.

posted on 24/7/14

I well and truly fit into the "not a cat,s bottom " of a chance of getting to see a match,and looking at city,s 5yr plan probably never will get to see them again,this is as much to do with my financial situation / health as it is the way they have now set things up.
Back in the dark ages of the 70s and 80s you would have got to see all the small teams and maybe struggled a little for the big 4.Oh the joys of cash at the gate!!
thinking on from this in the republic of Ireland ,where their is a lot of support for Liverpool.man utd and Celtic they get round this by 10/12 of them buying 2/3/4/ season tickets and then drawing the matches out of a hat so everyone gets 2 big games and 2 small game per season,, also tickets used to be sold for cup and champions league games as these were mid week and harder to fill the stadium,

posted on 24/7/14

I'm in the same boat as you Dublin Fox, there is no chance that I will be able to get to a match next season either. Home to Yeovil Town, Donny and the rest- happy memories, 'cos at least I was there. Not even Alan Young to listen to either. Woe is me.

posted on 24/7/14

£75 is steep, this plus half a dozen A grade games is almost the cost of a season ticket. The price of success huh. But at least the stadium won't be dotted with plastic utd fans when they come to town.

comment by Jobyfox (U4183)

posted on 24/7/14

"To stand any chance of getting access to match tickets, you are going to need to buy Gold Fox Membership which is £75 per person, per year."

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Wouldn't you still be ok with a silver membership? and, possibly, a city membership for some games?

Although I suppose the real attraction is the:
"Limited Edition gold pin badge"
........... surely worth the £75 just for that ....

posted on 24/7/14

1986/7...........very often only 8400 fans at home matches in the top division, I was there every game.....then 25 years a season ticket holder, but due to circumstances I cant now buy a S/T....................you can't buy loyalty......don't kid yourself ....the club owe you nothing .....I shall have to wait until MOD. £5 or £10 is fine but Sod paying £75 for priority to buy a ticket, I thought that would be the least a stalwart deserves after:
Burnley away in the middle of winter on a Tuesday night. Snowed on at Blackburn and Arsenal. Attacked at Leeds.
Bottled at Sheff Utd. Stranded at Liverpool midweek.
Wet through at Portsmouth then abandoned, Soaked at Watford, Barnsley, Notts County, Forest, Villa, Wolves, West brom, Charlton, Crystal Palace, Brighton.
Millwall and Stoke absolute nightmares.
Newcastle, Sunderland midweek arrive home at 3am.
Tranmere, Exeter,Yeovil, Southend, Rotherham,Boro,
Southampton, Ipswich, Norwich, many many more.
These are but a few.



Hang on a minute I must be nuts!!!!!!!

posted on 24/7/14

Are we sure that the stadium is going to be sold out every week? Even when Hull, Stoke and Burnley come to visit?

I'm content to wait and see before I judge what the take-up of the games is going to be this year. Are there really that many Leicester fans out there who are only drawn to Premiership matches? I'm not so sure, but maybe I'm massively underestimating the allure of the top division.

I can understand why people who went to see Leicester play in League 1 would be annoyed with the situation though - they've shown great loyalty to the club and then find that it doesn't work the other way. However, I think it's the kind of situation where someone would be upset however they organised it.

posted on 24/7/14

As a season ticket holder of 48 years i know no loayality from my club

posted on 24/7/14

Think we old UN's probably feel most hard done by?
But 26000 season tickets??
Sold is sold wether the buyers turn up or not thats good buisness..
We all have away day horror stories..mine 200 fans at orient -10c wind chill prissy wet .think we won.but the banter from all fans made the day...next season we were promoted under B ig

posted on 24/7/14

Think we old UN's probably feel most hard done by?
But 26000 season tickets??
Sold is sold wether the buyers turn up or not thats good buisness..
We all have away day horror stories..mine 200 fans at orient -10c wind chill prissy wet .think we won.but the banter from all fans made the day...next season we were promoted under Bit Jock and 99% of the stadium was blue and white..
Luton away and the Keith Weller home goal? The list is endless..
Oh well at least being premiership the internet streams should be easy to find! Oh and bt sport so the odd one on the tv screen..

comment by Jobyfox (U4183)

posted on 25/7/14

All this thread needs now is Trev complaining that the big screen never worked!

posted on 25/7/14

Ah, yes and that bloody screen never working!!

posted on 25/7/14

Burnley is graded cat C where adults start from £19 so these games could just be as equally in demand.
Hopefully the club will hold back the away section next to L1 and sell these to home fans if the likes of Burnley and hull are unable to sell them.

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