After a highly encouraging first half of the season, supporters can now secure their seat for the rest of the action with a Northampton Town half season ticket.
After an opening to the campaign that has seen thrills and spills and Jon Brady’s side climb up the league table, a half season ticket would make the ideal Christmas gift for any Cobblers fan and secures the holder their seat for every home game for the second half of the season, starting with the visit of Walsall on Boxing Day.
A half season ticket will cover clashes against the likes of Bradford City, Bristol Rovers, Salford City, Tranmere Rovers, Exeter City and more, and costs just £199 for adults, £149 for seniors, £99 for under 21s, £49 for under 18s and £29 for under 12s.
These are exciting times for Northampton Town Football Club and no Cobblers fan will want to miss out on the second half of the season, so it’s time to grab a half season ticket.
Meanwhile, away from the pitch, the club have had some more exciting news.
Following a fully independent process, the club have reached agreement in principle with West Northamptonshire Council for development land next to Sixfields Stadium which will enable the East Stand to be completed.
Included in the agreement between the club and the council is an option for the club to purchase the freehold land alongside the stadium site for an agreed amount based on the independent valuation, however this option can only be exercised upon the completion of the East Stand with the funds for this being provided by the club’s owners.
This option does not include the existing stadium site, and this will remain leasehold to the council at the request of the club.
The club respect that West Northamptonshire Council will now follow due process and the agreement will follow the public process and go before the Council’s Cabinet for ratification on December 7.
Chairman Kelvin Thomas said:
“We are very pleased to have reached an agreement in principle with West Northamptonshire Council. We welcomed the news back in April that the council was to instruct an independent report and following this process we have accepted those recommendations.
“With the past problems, we fully understood that the council needed to follow such a lengthy, thorough, robust and independent process. This was very important so that this agreement would stand up to scrutiny and allow the club to move forward on the East Stand. No funds are required by the council and we have agreed to buy the land at an independently valued price.
“The highlight for the club is that before any other development can happen, the East Stand will need to be completed and once this agreement is ratified by the council’s cabinet then the East Stand development can continue.
“We thank the council for all the hard work and efforts to get to this point. This is a very exciting time for the club on and off the pitch and we look forward to the agreed deal passing through the final stages of the council process smoothly.”
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