Phoenix release 2015-2016 ticket details

Saturday, 18th July 2015

The Phoenix will offer fans discounted ‘early bird’ season ticket prices until the start of the English Premier League campaign in September.

A move to Deeside Ice Rink for twelve months has seen the club inundated with requests for season tickets from supporters.

That temporary relocation will see The Phoenix return to Manchester in 2016, with plans for a 3,000-seater arena at an advanced stage.

But for the next year, fans will be able to buy discounted tickets later than normal – guaranteeing a seat at Deeside Ice Rink.

Phoenix owner, Neil Morris, said: “I am so excited at what I see as a new era for this club. Moving to Deeside is just part of the journey that will eventually see us playing out of our own arena.

“It is a cliché, but our fans really are The Faithful. They have stuck with us through thick and thin, so we want to reward them. Keeping the early bird prices in place until September is just part of that.

“We are also offering free coach travel to Deeside, for ticket holders. Again, that is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to fans for their wonderful support. It is truly gratifying to see so many people put their faith in us.”

The four supporters’ coaches will pick up from sites including Manchester city centre, Stretford, Eccles, Oldham, Altrincham, Prestwich and Stockport.

A detailed survey – with responses from over 800 fans – has been carried out to identify the most convenient sites across the region.

Mr Morris added: “When we knew The Phoenix would be playing out of Deeside next season, the first thing we did was begin arranging coach travel.

“We will have four 100-seater coaches on hand to transport fans to our new temporary home. The journey is around 35 to 45 minutes, so it will be a great chance for The Faithful to mingle and discuss the game.

“Everybody at The Phoenix is looking forward to the new arena in Manchester city centre. In the meantime, however, we are doing everything possible to look after our supporters.”

Match night tickets will cost £12 for adults in advance, or £12.50 on the door. Concessions will cost £9 in advance, or £9.50 on the door.

Juniors fans, aged under 16, will get in free, if they are accompanied by an adult. Junior fans, aged between eight and fifteen, can get in for just £5, if unaccompanied.

The club’s new home face-off time – 6.30pm – has been imposed as a result of a league-wide decision.

New season tickets can be purchased from 9am on Thursday, July 23rd.