Admission prices

Men’s National League South matches

Category Price
Adults £17.00
Concession £13.00
Under 16 £7.00
Under 12 £4.00
Under 6 Free entry

Tickets will be available to purchase either online in advance or on match day at the gate. 

Cup competitions and friendlies may be subject to variation.   

Concessions will be available for those who are over 65 years old, students (with valid photocard ID) and people with a disability.

Women’s league matches

£4 except for under 16’s who will have free entry.

Under 18 league matches

£3 except for under 16s who will have free entry.


Season Tickets

Season tickets entitle holders entry to all Men’s National League South fixtures played at the Sussex Transport Community Stadium, plus all home Women’s and Under-18’s fixtures as well as giving priority status for purchasing tickets for matches when sales will be controlled. Entry to friendlies, cup matches and play-off matches are not included. 

An early bird season ticket is available to adults and concessions offering an additional 10% discount off the standard season ticket price. Meaning a 30% discount off the standard matchday ticket price or seven free league games. Early bird season tickets will be on sale from midnight on Monday 20th May until 11.59pm on Sunday 2nd June. 

Purchases can be made through the club’s ticket website. 

For supporters without the ability to purchase online, a booking office will be operating in the club’s stand bar at Woodside Road, on the following dates between 4-8pm:

  • Monday 20th May
  • Wednesday 22nd May
  • Friday 24th May
  • Monday 27th May
  • Wednesday 29th May
  • Friday 31st May

Buy 2024/25 Season Tickets


Category Price Early Bird Discount
Adults £306.00 £275.00
Concession £234.00 £211.00
U16 £105.00 N/A
U12 £72.00 N/A

Finance Director, Chris Salt, commented: “Agreeing prices for next season has involved the usual difficult mix of choices.  We are investing heavily in the stadium, our staffing levels and many of our operating costs are continuing to rise by more than inflation. In addition, we want to ensure we provide Chris Agutter with a playing budget that will keep us competitive again next season.

At the same time, we recognise cash is tight for many supporters.  We are also keen to build on the strong increase in crowds we saw last season and to grow our support base further by offering football that represents good value for money.

That balance of considerations has led us to limit increases in match-day admissions prices for National League South games to £1.”

We look forward to welcoming supporters back to the Sussex Transport Community Stadium in August for what promises to be another exciting season.