Academy FC Season Ticket for 2018-19
Admission prices for all Wick Academy FC Scottish Highland Football
League (SHFL) games for season 2018-19 remain the same as last year;
Any supporter who purchases an "Early-bird" Season Ticket by the
deadline date of Saturday 30th June 2018 will receive
ticket at a reduced price for the forthcoming season. All "Early-bird"
Season Ticket purchasers will be entered into a FREE DRAW! Boardroom
Hospitality for Two - One lucky "Early-bird" Season Ticket purchaser
plus his or her guest, will be invited to join us for Boardroom
a SHFL Match of the Club's choice.
The early-bird and full price season ticket prices are as follows:
Early-bird deal: Adult - £112
Early-bird deal: Concessions - £56
Any season tickets purchased after the Early-bird deadline date of the 30th
June will be charged at:
Normal Price: Adult - £120
Normal Price: Concessions - £60
Concessions apply to over 65's and Under 16's - children under 12 are
allowed free entry if accompanied by an adult.
Note: All Season Tickets purchased allows the holder entry
to 17 SHFL Matches ONLY!
Platinum Season Ticket:
A Platinum season ticket is also available for the forthcoming season.
This will allow the ticket holder admission to all 17 of Wick Academy's SHFL
home games for season 2018-19 (not valid for Cup games) as well as access for
the ticket holder to the Wick Academy FC boardroom for pre and post-match
refreshments, as well as entry at half-time. Due to the limited space we have
available in the boardroom the numbers of these tickets sold will be limited,
so book early if you are interested. The price of a season Platinum ticket is £460
and this can be paid in two instalments if necessary.
Payment can be made by bank transfer, cash or cheque.
Reserved North Stand Seating:
Seats in the North Stand for all Wick Academy FC home games can be reserved for
an additional £20 per season.
Wick Academy FC are delighted to announce the return of Alan
Farquhar as Secretary after the club approached him after the stepping down of
outgoing Secretary Jan Robertson. Club Chairman James Innes said "everyone at
the club is delighted Alan has come back on board and will take up the post
with immediate effect. Alan knows the role inside out from his previous time as Secretary and was a
very obvious choice, the Club would like to thank Jan for all her hard work she
has done over the past 3 years and we are delighted she remains a very active
committee member" he added "Jan reached her decision due to living in
Elgin which was making things tricky for her to commit as much time as she
would like to the role, along with the obvious geographical issue".
Alan Farquhar thanked the club for giving him the
opportunity to return to the club after a spell away. Alan said "it's an honour
to be given this opportunity to serve a club that means so much to me and my
family and I promise to do my very best for the Club and the fans for as long
as I'm in this privileged position. I'm looking forward to the new SHFL
season". Alan went onto thank Jan for the smooth transition in which she
handed over the reigns and for all she has done for the club in her role as Secretary.
In other committee news, Pat Miller and Dennis Manson have
also been elected onto the Executive Committee of the Club.