Stockton Town are delighted to announce that the first pre-season game of the summer, against Whitley Bay, will be free entry to all supporters.
When the Anchors kick off on July 3rd, it would’ve been 196 days since their last fixture, and the club are pleased to be able to give something back to the fans with free entry to the game – and hope we see a big crowd for the first game back.
Ahead of what will be a historic season for the club, in which they’ll be competing in the Northern Premier League for the first time, preparations begin with a home game against the four-time FA Vase champions.
Just four days later, Michael Dunwell’s side take on Boro Rangers, and the club are pleased to announce entry will be free for all Blue Light workers – those employed by the NGS, police, fire service, ambulance, HM Coastguard, RNLI, and anyone in the armed forces.
Northern League Division One side Guisborough Town will be the visitors at the MAP Group UK Stadium on July 10th, and all TJFA (Teesside Junior Football Alliance) players will gain free entry – those players must be wearing their kit on the day.
Stockton Town’s Pre-Season Initiative
- Saturday 3rd July: Stockton Town vs Whitley Bay, 3:00pm kick-off – Free entry for everyone.
- Wednesday 7th July: Stockton Town vs Boro Rangers, 7:45pm kick-off – Free entry for all blue light workers – those employed by the NHS, police, fire service, ambulance, HM Coastguard, RNLI and anyone in the Armed Forces.
- Saturday 10th July: Stockton Town vs Guisborough Town, 3:00pm kick-off – Free entry for all TJFA players wearing the teams kit.