King's Lynn Town are hoping a reduction in entry costs to some of their games will bring an increase in the number of home supporters

“Let’s get The Walks” rocking again, was the message from King’s Lynn Town FC after announcing a cut in admission prices.
The club have introduced a new split tier pricing structure for their remaining National League matches this season, in an effort to get more people through the gates.
Matches against Grimsby Town, Notts County, Stockport County and Wrexham have been designated Category A and prices will remain at their present level – adult standing £21, concessions £19, children £5; adult seating £23, concessions £21, children £11; premier seating £26 for all.
However, all other league games will be Category B with a reduction of £3 in all adult prices (no extra charges for premier seating). Childrens’ standing stays at £5, but seating is reduced to £5.
A club spokesman said: “The recent back to back promotions, alongside the Covid pandemic have created massive and rapid changes for the club.
“We aspire to match the achievements of the team, behind the scenes too.
“The playing staff, manager, coaches, general staff and volunteers need your support, both vocally and financially to drive this club to new success.
“There will be further changes behind the scenes in the coming months.
“We hope that you will get behind the team and the club in general. Let’s get The Walks rocking again.”
The new pricing structure was announced at Friday’s fans’ forum with club owner Stephen Cleeve and comes into immediate effect.