Message from the Chairman

First XV // Friday 22nd April 2022

Dear supporter

On the whole I think you will agree, given the repercussions of the pandemic, we can be pleased with what we have achieved this season both on and off the pitch. Finishing mid table is a position that we can build on for next season. I know Adam Balding is working hard to ensure we keep our squad together whilst at the same time looking to bolster the team to ensure we are a competitive force next season.

This brings me on to our season ticket and gate entry prices for next season. We have not changed our season ticket or gate prices for 5 years, however this year inflationary pressures coupled with recovering from the pandemic has meant that we have had to carefully consider our financial position.

Reluctantly therefore we are having to raise prices in certain areas.

We are keeping the season ticket fee at its current level. However, a seat in the stand will be charged separately at £50 for the season. This will allow us to keep the admission costs the same but give the option to purchase a stand ticket should you wish to do so. You will still have the option to purchase a seat in the stand on a match by match basis.

The gate entry prices of £15 for adults and £11 for seniors will remain the same for tickets purchased online via our website but will rise to £18 and £14 respectively if bought at the gate on the day.

As you know Birmingham Moseley is proud to be a community club with a strong emphasis on encouraging young people to be involved in our club. Therefore, for the first time, we will be giving free entry to all under 18’s.

I hope you will understand the need to make these changes during this challenging time. However, to balance this we have aimed to give you some flexibility in deciding your season ticket options.

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We look forward to receiving your season ticket application. I hope you have an enjoyable close season and will see you again in September.

Best wishes

David Warren