Prescot Cables Supporters Club provides a coach to transport the players to the majority of Away fixtures. This enable players to arrive for matches in the best possible frame of mind. The cost of the coach is funded by the sale of monthly lottery tickets. This also enables the remaining seats to be offered to travelling supporters at a subsidised cost of £10 return (Adults) and £5 return (Juniors). Obviously travellers will still need to pay their entrance upon arrival at the ground.
The concept of tickets was devised in order to provide some certainty to travellers that they would be allocated a seat. Previous to that seats were allocated on a first come first served basis on the day of travel. The use of tickets has allowed Supporters to better plan their days out by ensuring that they will get a seat. However, if you have not managed to buy a ticket prior to the day it may still be worthwhile attending at the departure point as the seats are not sold out on every occasion. The coach leaves from the top of Hope Street at a previously advertised time. Coach departure times are advertised on the Club noticeboard in the bar. If you have never tried it and been on the coach – give it a go. Its quite a thing to travel with the team and to experience the fun and frivolities on the way back when we win.
Tickets are on sale at the clubhouse. Ask a committee member. If you cannot purchase a ticket at a Home match then you can do so by contacting Geoff Conway (Geoff.Conway@prescotcablesafc.com 07903217231). Payment can be made by PayM ( a great way to make small payments – see your online bank for details) or by bank transfer. Alongside the traditional ticket we have recently started to utilise E-Tickets which are emailed or sent by txt to your phone upon payment. Travellers are requested to pay for their tickets in advance of the day in order to make sure that all available seats are used and that fellow supporters are not unnecessarily disappointed. You can even plan way ahead and purchase tickets for fixtures much later in the season so you can start to plan that special big day out NOW! Don’t delay.
But don’t forget, if you haven’t bought a ticket its usually worth turning up at the coach as its not always full and the Team don’t always fully utilise the seats allocated to them. However, having said that it is anticipated that there will be high demand for the Sheffield FA Trophy game on 29th September.