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Crawley Town: ‘Pay what you can’ for match against Hartlepool United

Posted: Wed 11 Jan 2017
Author: EFL
Crawley Town

Crawley Town's Stadium

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Crawley Town are aiming for a big crowd this weekend against Hartlepool United in Sky Bet League Two as they stage a ‘Pay What You Can’ fixture.

A minimum price of £1 per ticket has been set for Saturday’s game, and all areas of the stadium are available apart from those held by season ticket holders.

Tickets can be purchased in advance at the box office or by phone and turnstiles will be open on the day for both home and away supporters to pay what they can.

Click here for more details on how to buy tickets

Operations Director Kelly Derham told “We are delighted to be staging our first Pay What You Can game. January is traditionally a time when money is tight for everyone. The Hartlepool game is one of three fixtures in the month.

“Hopefully this initiative will attract lapsed or new supporters as well as our regulars. We don’t mind what people pay but we’re hoping for a bumper attendance to create a great atmosphere to help inspire Dermot and the players.

“I’d appeal to all our existing supporters to help us spread the word about this initiative and make sure we have a big crowd inside the stadium getting behind the boys.”