Thursday 16th June 2016
PLAYERS, managers and club officials come and go. Supporters are always there.
Which is why the next generation of fans is vital to the future of Dumbarton.
And the club is pushing hard to ensure that younger supporters can have the best opportunity to watch their local team, competing once again in Scotland’s second tier.
Season tickets for a specially-allocated area of seats at the Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium are on sale to supporters aged under 16 for £90.
That’s FIVE POUNDS per game in Scotland’s second tier. A division which sees Sons face, among others, Dundee United, Hibernian and Falkirk.
Sons commercial director Alan Findlay said: “The younger element of the support is vital to the future of DFC.
“And we believe we have a scheme which can help them support their LOCAL team, at a very good level, for a very reasonable price.
“Many current Dumbarton fans started going to games when they were young. However long they have been going, they have had experiences supporting Sons which cannot be rivalled.
“We have seen promotions won, some fantastic players who have gone on to better things – and currently we are preparing for a fifth season as a part-time side in Scotland’s second tier.
“That, alone, makes Dumbarton a team worth watching for any young person who wants to support a club on a Saturday.
“Especially those from the local area. We are the only senior club in Dumbarton, the Vale of Leven, Helensburgh and an even bigger catchment area.
“Young football fans have a unique opportunity to enjoy the same experiences as older fans have had, for minimal cost.”
That cost works out at FIVE POUNDS per game.
The chance is there for youngsters to help Dumbarton move forward – at a very reasonable cost.
For more details, call 01389 762569.