Season Tickets for Coventry City's 2021/22 Sky Bet Championship campaign remain on sale!
The Sky Blues have 21 Sky Bet Championship fixtures remaining this season, the Coventry Building Society Arena already playing host to two dramatic wins for Mark Robins’ side over Nottingham Forest and Reading.
Already over 10,350 Season Tickets have been sold, beating all modern-day records going back to 1969.
Season Tickets are priced at £375 for Adults, which works out at just over £17.85 per game.
Meanwhile Concessions are £289 (around £13.75 per game), with Young Adults £175 (£8.33 per game) and JSB Under 16s at £90 – Season Tickets remain FREE for Junior Sky Blues Members who are aged Under 13, when accompanied by a paying Adult/Concession.
Buying a Season Ticket is still the cheapest way for Sky Blues fans to watch this season.
There is only a Standard Zone price – the Premium Zone was suspended this year due to the then expected COVID restrictions, but will return next season. Block 31 will be a socially distanced block - this is only available by contacting email@example.com
Season Tickets are available to buy at eticketing.co.uk/CCFC and are available to buy at the Ticket Office at the Coventry Building Society Arena (Mon-Fri, 9:30am-5:30pm)
Once again, fans will be able to pay for their Season Ticket through monthly instalments with V12 Finance.
JSB Under 13s continue to be FREE when accompanied by a paying adult, while the Young Sky Blue rate continues to extend junior discounts to under 18s.Meanwhile, students can access the concession rates too – as well as young adults (Under 21s), seniors (over 60s) and armed forces members.
Full information can be seen at ccfc.co.uk/tickets/season-tickets
Post-match after the win over Reading, Manager Mark Robins emphasised the role of the City supporters in the victory.
“I think that the supporters have a massive bearing on that result; the energy that they’re providing is huge. There’s one common denominator between all of the club’s eras, and it’s them.
“It can’t be underestimated, the power of the supporters.”
Chief Executive Dave Boddy said:
“Already this season in our two home league games we have seen two incredible games, two dramatic finishes and two great wins.
“The atmosphere created by fans has been superb and really had an impact, and you can really feel the connection between the players and the fans.
“Season Tickets are still available for the rest of the campaign and are the best value way to watch the side in action at the Arena for the rest of the campaign, and among the best value in the league too, and I would urge fans to buy before it’s too late.”
Season Tickets will remain available until Tuesday 14th September, when they will be removed from sale. Half Season Tickets will be available later in the season.