03:16PM, Monday 12 December 2016
Half season tickets are now available for the rest of the season as Maidenhead United look to continue their bid for the title.
The tickets, which cost just £65, will give fans the chance to see the Magpies 11 remaining home games as they bid for promotion to the National League.
Season ticket sales boomed in the summer and supporters, who have been rewarded with some excellent attacking football and exceptional goals, have seen the side win eight of their 10 matches and draw the other two. Alan Devonshire's side have scored 27 and conceded just four goals in the process.
The Magpies flew to the top of the table in August and have remained their ever since, increasing their advantage to nine points over second placed St Albans City.
The cost is £65 for adults (£5.91 per game), concessions are £40 (£3.64 per game) while Junior Magpies are free. The season ticket covers National League South matches only.
To apply visit www.maidenheadutd.co.uk and send to Mark Stewart (contact details on the form).
United host Dartford at York Road on Saturday.
A supporters coach will take Magpies fans to the game against Wealdstone on Boxing Day (December 26).
With the trains out of action this will be the perfect way to follow United’s visit to Grosvenor Vale.
The coach will depart from York Road at 11.45am for an early kick off at 1.30pm. It will return after the game at 3.30pm.
The cost is £15 for MUSA members and those who have travelled with the coach this season. It’s £17 for others. To book email email@example.com or phone 07880 972604.
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