ACCRINGTON Stanley have recognised the significance of supporters by freezing season ticket prices for the 2021/22 season.

Reds owner Andy Holt was among those to condemn the announcement of a breakaway European Super League - proposals which collapsed within 48 hours of their announcement because of the backlash from fans and football people all around the world.

And after internal discussions at the club it was decided that the best way to celebrate the success was to make a promise to keep the club's season ticket prices at Early Bird rates - which equate to less than £10 a game for adults and just £1 for Under 12s (accompanied by an adult) - for all age groups right up to the start of the new season.

Managing director David Burgess said: “Stanley fans can rest easy that as soon as the club knows when supporters can return to the Wham Stadium, season ticket information will be circulated and there will be no need to panic and purchase season tickets in a hurry as the prices will remain at the current Early Bird promotion rate whenever they are purchased leading up to the start of the new season.

“There will be no given period of time when the season tickets need to be purchased at the cheaper rates, and we commend and salute the loyalty of all supporters to their clubs at a time where it has clearly shown that there is no football without fans.”

Stanley remain in talks with EFL on the return of supporters to the Wham Stadium.

It is likely that more will be known on or after June 21, the date currently earmarked by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to lift all restrictions.

Stanley's Early Bird season ticket prices are: £219 for adults (£9.52 per game), £179 concessions (£7.78), Under 18s £79 (£3.43), Under 12s - accompanied by an adult £23 (£1).