Season tickets selling well to supporters
Rovers fans have shown that they are not the type to wallow and season ticket sales for the 2014-15 season have been healthy in light of relegation to League 1 on Saturday.
With guaranteed local games against Barnsley, Sheffield United, Scunthorpe, Chesterfield, Bradford and potentially Rotherham and York, next season’s third tier is shaping up to be a battle of the derby fixtures.
Rovers’ record in the 2013/14 season against local rivals was impeccable, taking fifteen points from games against Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds, Huddersfield and Barnsley.
Some of the fans who bought tickets are new, and stated that reasons for purchasing included “the atmosphere and the fact that it could be enjoyed alongside friends”, while some fans have chosen to upgrade their seats based on the “positive statements made by the club in recent days and the great view from the centre of the west stand which adds to a positive experience.”
Renewing season ticket holders have until 31st May to retain their current seat at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Prices for next season start at £339 for adults and £70 for under 16’s. Further details are HERE
Having backed manager Paul Dickov HERE, Rovers would greatly appreciate your support and look forward to having you with us at the Keepmoat Stadium next season so we can mount a serious promotion push.
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