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Latest Magazines available
Two new magazines are out now, one from the Football Supporters Federation and the second from Supporters Direct

Both magazines can be downloaded in pdf format.

Football Supporter issue 10

Supporters Direct Magazine
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09 May 2021   06:57:23 pm
Inaugural Meeting of the Junior Group
The inaugural meeting of the Junior Group of the Supporters Trust will be held at the Full House, Rotherham Road, Monk Bretton, Nr Barnsley on Thursday 15th May. The meeting will start at 7.00pm.

The Meeting will discuss ways in which the profile and interest in the junior group can be raised in conjunction with the objective of the football club of engaging with community groups and encouraging more junior support.

If you are interested in participating in the meeting feel free to come along to the meeting. We are keen to here the views of parents and Juniors on how the group should develop in the next 12 months.

For more details contact [email protected]

Directions to Full House Pub
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07 May 2021   07:09:28 pm
Can you spare a couple of hours on Saturday
Barnsley FC and the Supporters Trust are looking for volunteers to help distribute the "Stronger Together" posters and flyers in Barnsley town centre on Saturday. If you can spare a couple of hours to hand out leaflets please contact Alan Bloore on [email protected] for more details.

The Trust has agreed to work closely with Barnsley FC to encourage supporters back to Oakwell, and we see this as an important step that we can take in help.
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07 May 2021   06:59:16 pm
We are Stronger together Posters
As part of the football club's "Were Stronger together" season ticket campaign, the football club have produced a series of posters and flyers to advertise the new season ticket prices. The football club and Trust are keen for Barnsley Supporters to take the message out into the community, pubs, schools to encourage people to buy a season ticket for the forthcoming season.

Posters and flyers are now available for collection from the box office at Oakwell for supporters to take into the community. If you can help, please collect a poster from the football club or you can download a poster from Were stronger together poster

Season tickets can be reserved from the box office all this week, so do not delay sign up today for the new season.
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02 May 2021   07:17:50 am
Season ticket prices 2008-09 season
The Supporters Trust are delighted with the announcement that Barnsley FC have reduced season ticket prices for the forthcoming season. We are particularily pleased that the football club are offering free season tickets for U11's if purchased with one full paying adult ticket. We have met with the football club recently to discuss ticket prices and how we can work together to increase the family atmosphere at Barnsley and encourage the Barnsley community to come along to Oakwell and be part of the Barnsley FC family. We see this as a very important move in this campaign.

We would urge all supporters to renew their season tickets and encourage their friends and family to come along to Oakwell and sign up for the exciting new future at Oakwell.

From the Barnsley FC website

BARNSLEY Football Club will reduce season ticket prices for the next Championship league campaign in a major move to strengthen its links with the community, it was announced today.

Adult and concession season tickets in all parts of the ground are being reduced by 10. Match day ticket prices are frozen.

And, in a move to grow long term support of the club, youngsters under the age of 11 (at the start of the new season), will be able to watch the Reds free when accompanied by a paying adult.

The moves to provide affordable football for all are part of a long-term strategy by the club's board to build on the cup successes of this season and establish the club as an integral part of the community and the town's fabric, with roots firmly planted in schools and neighbourhoods.

Owner Patrick Cryne said: "The club's march to Wembley in this season's FA Cup showed that the town and its outlying communities are proud of their football team and want to be part of it. Taking over 34,000 fans to the semi-final proved that.

"We want those very same supporters from Kendray to Ward Green; from Staincross to Darfield , to be part of us. Bringing the club and our local communities together in a closer relationship can only be good for all of us and our decision to reduce season ticket prices is a gesture towards this.Together we can achieve success and bring a vibrancy to the town."

Next season adult fans will be able to buy a season ticket in the Pontefract Road End for 290. Elsewhere in the ground adult prices are:

East and West Upper 360
East Upper (Family Area) 350
East and West Lower 310
Disabled Corner 220

Concessions for fans who qualify for pensions range from 170 to 200 depending on which part of the ground.

A juvenile under the age of 11 - when accompanied by a paying adult - goes free in any part of the ground. For additional juveniles the club has halved the cost to 25. Tickets for juveniles under the age of 18 are 120 in all parts of the ground (100 if the seat is in the family area).

Mr Cryne, who was born and bred in Barnsley, educated at a local comprehensive school and earned money by delivering coal before going to university, added: "As a lifelong fan of this club, it has been a very important part of my life and I know there are many supporters who feel the same.

"We want youngsters to share in this very special feeling a town has for its local club and help us build a great future together. The town is about to undergo a massive transformation in terms of reshaping itself to attract visitors and investment and I want the club to be an essential component of all this.

"Overall season tickets represent terrific value for money. The average price per game could be as little 12.61 - a saving of nearly 7.50 per game on matchday admission prices."

The announcement is part of a bright new future at Oakwell. This week the club announced a new main club sponsorship deal with the Barnsley Building Society.

For more information about season tickets see the club website or call in at the club's ticket office.
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