CAERNARFON Town have made a slight increase to their matchday admission prices next season.

This is the first time in three years that the Canaries’ have made such an increase, although season tickets will remain the same.

Cofis’ chairman Paul Evans stated the club held discussions with the Canaries Supporters Club prior to the decision, which was down to expensive nature of remaining competitive at JD Cymru Premier level.

The club were also denied a possible European berth after the Football Association of Wales curtailed the campaign due to the coronavirus pandemic, which would have come with some substantial financial reward.

Evans, said: “Competing in the Cymru Premier League is becoming increasingly expensive and, as we were reticent to increase admission prices we discussed the matter with members of the Canaries Supporters club.

“Between us it was agreed that we would increase adult and concession charges whilst keeping everything else the same, including season ticket prices.

“This is the first increase we have made in three seasons and so we hope everyone will understand the decision.

“With no-one backing us financially and with the lack of European money we are totally reliant on gate receipts and sponsorship money and therefore the extra revenue will be used to help the club remain both competitive and debt-free and we promise supporters that it will not be wasted.”

Admission for adults at The Oval will be £8 for the 2020/21 season, with concessions priced at £6.

Children under 18 will continue to pay £2 for each individual match Season tickets remain £100 for adults, £70 concessions and £20 for under 18s. Although these prices will be reviewed if the number of top-flight teams is increased.