Match Programme Annnouncement
The power of the published press has been under severe challenges since the creation of the love it or hate it internet, with all the digital, online and virtual space that people go to these days to access everything from daily news, to booking holidays ontheir smart phones and laptops etc. The advent of Twitter, Facebook and websites has changed beyond parallel the speed of which news can be announced and shared and after many years of a paper programme being printed, we have had to make the hard decision of how much time we spend on duties to benefit the Club as a whole, and more importantly committee volunteers time, work life balance and health.
The match day programme has a certain niche interest and lots of Highland League Clubs either don't do one or provide an online edition. John Briskham, who puts literally hundreds of hours a year in behind the scenes doing our Club Licencing Audit, Child Protection and Welfare documentation, to name a few of his thankless but essential tasks, also keeps fans abreast with Twitter and Club Website updates. Ultimately we felt that something had to give and his tireless involvement with every aspect of the programme was becoming more and more time consuming and deserved be put to better use in the regulation heavy and online era we live in. Last season a monthly programme was suggested as an alternative which would still satisfy the home and away fans who still desired a paper memento of their visit to Harmsworth Park and would mean there was no ‘deadline' to meet every other weekend in an already hectic working week. The traditionalist and passionate match day programme stalwart at the helm, Ken Wood, was not in favour of that idea and with respect to the massive input he made to the programme we agreed to continue as per, until we ultimately had to make the full committee decision to only do match day programmes on special days such as Scottish Cup or derby games.
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Wick Academy FC Season Ticket for 2017-18
Admission prices for all Wick Academy FC Scottish Highland Football League (SHFL) games for season 2017-18 remain the same as last year; Adult £8, Concession £4
Any supporter who purchases an "Early-bird" Season Ticket by the deadline date of Friday 7th July 2017 will receive their 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 Hospitality at 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 7th July 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 2017-18 (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.
Season tickets are available for purchase now by contacting the Club
Seats in the North Stand for all Wick Academy FC home games can be reserved for an additional £20 per season.