Juniors also benefit from the cheapest season tickets in the Premiership. They can watch Aviva Premiership, LV= Cup and Heineken Cup rugby from just £69.
This is, as The Rugby Papers states:
"…by far the most attractive pricing policy when it comes to encouraging tomorrow's support…"
Neale interviewed Gloucester Rugby CEO Stephen Vaughan who confirmed:
"You could argue that Gloucester should be slightly higher. But the reality is that we want a full stadium and we were one of the few clubs to increase attendances last season.
"We're back in the Heineken Cup with a lot of exciting young players doing well with England in Jonny May, Freddie Burns, Matt Kvesic and Ben Morgan. So, we don't want to punish our fans by putting prices up.
"There's nowhere like the atmosphere at Kingsholm, and the players value that support. We want to be up there again this season and our season ticket sales have shown significant improvement already.
"But we believe our pricing will pay dividends and will continue to invest in the playing side and infrastructure. We want full houses cheering the guys and believe there's method in our madness."
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