Coventry City are delighted to confirm that a total of 11,555 Season Tickets were sold for the 2021/22 campaign.
The number smashes all figures for every season as far back as the 1969/70 campaign, when 11,579 Season Tickets were sold with the Sky Blues being in the top-flight under Manager Noel Cantwell.
The appetite for football following the Club’s return to Coventry and fans being allowed back into stadiums has been clear, and those Sky Blues fans have been rewarded with entertaining football and memorable matches from the Sky Blues so far this campaign, led by Manager Mark Robins.
City passed the 10,000 mark just before the season started, providing vital revenue for the Club which supported Mark Robins in assembling the side that sits 11th currently in the Championship table.
Since then, memorable wins at the Coventry Building Society Arena over the likes of Nottingham Forest, Fulham and Bristol City, have encouraged even more fans to purchase, with nearly 1,500 purchasing since the opening day of the campaign.
Season Ticket prices were reduced due to the uncertainty around the return of fans due to COVID measures and saw supporters able to watch their team for a bargain price, while Junior Sky Blues Under 13s continued to be free.
Planning for Season Tickets for the 2022/23 campaign is well underway, with the Sky Blues already having confirmed that there will again be no Premium Zone seating for next season. Full details regarding 2022/23 Season Tickets will be confirmed shortly.
Coventry City Chief Executive Dave Boddy said:
“We are delighted with the final figure of Season Tickets sold for the 2021/22 campaign, which shows the huge progress which has been made over recent years by the Club, and I would like to thank fans for their support.
“The support in the Arena has provided vital backing to the players and to the Club too, ensuring Mark Robins was able to build a squad last Summer that has been able to give us so many memorable moments and matches so far this season.
“While there are still 6 home games remaining, our planning for the 2022/23 campaign is underway – both in terms of pricing and the stadium layout, for instance with the confirmation that there will again be no Premium Zone next season.
“Fans are advised to keep checking our website and social media for details.”