Leamington have reduced adult admission prices by £1 following their relegation from the Conference North.
The FA Leagues Committee are due to finalise league allocations on Thursday but it is anticipated that the Brakes will line up in an Evo-Stik Southern Premier which also contains newly promoted Stratford Town.
We have done everything we can to keep the price of watching football at the NWG as affordable as possibleJim Scott
Chairman Jim Scott said: “We have done everything that we can to keep the price of watching football at the NWG as affordable as possible.
“Adult prices have been reduced by a £1 and in an effort to support families and attract young fans we have frozen prices for children (fifth consecutive year) and maintained the increased age limit entry to under-18s that was introduced last season.
“Concession and student admission entry has been frozen for the third consecutive year.
“There really is no greater priority for us than keeping the next generation of fans connected with our club.”
Supporters have until June 30 to take advantage of an early-bird season ticket offer which allows them to watch Brakes’ home games in 2015/16 for £8.65 or less per game.
An adult season ticket costs £199, with concessions £118, students £85, under-18s £45 and children under 12 free.
Matchday admission prices will be adults £11, concessions £7, students £5 and under-18s £3.
For a full breakdown of prices and how you can pay, log on to www.leamingtonfc.co.uk, call 430406 or email email@example.com