Stirling Albion’s first home League 1 game of the season, against Ayr United on Saturday, will mark the very first time that under 12s can visit Forthbank for FREE!
Children can obtain a free season ticket from the club office or simply turn up on the day and go through the turnstile. Under 12s must be accompanied by a paying adult, with a maximum of six children per adult.
The scheme is being run in partnership with Stirling Council and Active Stirling and will form part of the community “works in kind” programme, which incorporates much of Stirling Albion’s current work in the communities around the city.
SAFC Community Engagement Manager Andy Todd said: “We are delighted to be able to provide under 12s with the opportunity to come to all home league games for free at Forthbank.
“It has certainly been something that I always wanted to achieve and hopefully this will encourage a lot more young fans and families to come along and enjoy the matchday experience.
“It is a fantastic initiative and will prove to be an important element of our partnerships with Stirling Council and Active Stirling, both of whom I would like to thank for their assistance in getting it off the ground. The executive board also deserve huge credit for giving their full backing to the venture.
“We would love to see a great turn-out on Saturday for the Ayr game and hope that many young fans will be in attendance to cheer on the Binos!”
Prices for Saturday’s game against Ayr United are adults £13, over 65s and students £8, U17s £5 and U12s FREE.
The club are pleased to confirm that the scheme will also be applied to the Petrofac Training Cup second-round tie against Alloa at Forthbank on Tuesday 19 August.