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Warrington Town launch new kits and season tickets


WARRINGTON Town have launched their new kits and season tickets for the 2019/20 season.

After finishing the season as play-off champions in the Northern Premier League, the Yellows know that the same again this term will earn them promotion to National League North.

Manager Paul Carden has brought in two new faces so far, midfielders Alex Byrne and Scott Sephton, and has retained a large proportion of his squad from last season, including Team of the Year centre-backs Mark Roberts and David Raven, highly-rated youngster Ben Garrity and top scorer Tony Gray.

The new kits, once again made by Macron, are available via the club’s new official website on pre-order, with any orders made by July 22nd guaranteeing arrival of the new shirt at the first home league game of the season.

Meanwhile, season tickets have also been launched. Prices have been frozen for adults at £175, with juniors reduced to £30, and a new family ticket introduced at £360. Concessions are £100.

Click here to buy your season ticket

Chairman Toby Macormac said: “The support we experienced both at home and on our travels towards the end of last season was fantastic, and although it didn’t end as we all hoped, we want to make sure we can build on that progress and give it a good go this season.

“Having the commitment of our season ticket holders, both the existing loyal fans and new ones, makes a huge difference to the club in terms of budget, as we continue to strive to improve the club to be better on and off the pitch.

“We also have some exciting initiatives to mark the club’s 70th anniversary, which it celebrates this season, and these will be revealed soon.”


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