-Attendances continue to rise averaging 1,300 in January.
Pitching In Northern Premier League Premier Division Marine announces the arrangements for the home league game against Stalybridge Celtic on Tuesday 7th February, kick-off at 7:45pm.
Marine and Stalybridge Celtic fans can purchase their online match tickets easily from Kaizen Ticketing Solutions which are now on sale via; https://marinefc.ktckts.com
Adult tickets for the game cost £10 whilst concessionary tickets for retired citizens (aged 65 and over), students in full-time education (aged 18+) and youths (aged 14-17] cost £6. Junior tickets (aged 11-13) cost £3, whilst children aged under 11 have free admission if they are accompanied at the game by an adult who has purchased their match [adult and child] tickets via Kaizen.
Marine season tickets, membership cards and match tickets purchased by Marine and Stalybridge Celtic fans must be presented for scanning at turnstiles 1 and 2 on College Road and 5 and 6 adjacent to the Club entrance. Holders of NHS or Student season tickets should also present their ID badges with their match tickets to enter the ground. All turnstiles will open at 6:45pm.
The Arriva Suite and 1894 Bar & Bistro will be open for all fans for refreshments and snacks.
Supporters are reminded that smoke bombs, flares and other pyrotechnics are not permitted in the ground – please refer to ground regulations https://marinefc.com/match-day-information
Marine have played four home league games in January with an average attendance of 1,300 including 1,635 for the New Year game against Warrington Rylands, and on Saturday against Ashton Utd 1,403 watched an entertaining game ending 1-1 with The Robins equalising with minutes to spare.
Marine Chairman Paul Leary said:
“A win and draw in the last two games against very good sides have helped move us up to seventh place as we bid to challenge towards the play-off positions. Stalybridge Celtic however were seven games undefeated, until their last game against Radcliffe, including a 2-0 win over promotion hopefuls Gainsborough Trinity and will prove a stern test as they move away from the lower reaches of the NPL Premier Division.
I look forward to welcoming the players, staff, officials, and supporters of Stalybridge Celtic to the Marine Travel Arena in what I have no doubt will be a challenging game.”