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Notts County board issues 'immense gratitude' after club sells over 3,000 season tickets


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Notts County's board of directors have taken the time to thank the black and white army for their support ahead of the 2021/2022 National League season.

This comes on the back of the magpies' announcing via the clubs social media that over 3,000 season tickets had been sold on 23rd of July.

Six new arrivals have been signed this summer, with the Notts head coach Ian Burchnall looking to add further depth to his squad ahead of the league campaign.

"We would like to place on record our immense gratitude to our fans, a statement read via the official clubs' website.

"For backing the club with such strong season ticket sales this summer.

"Over the weekend, 2021-22 sales surpassed our total figure for the 2019-20 campaign – including half-season tickets.

"Which is fantastic, especially as there is more than a month to go before our first home match. We also understand that, for various reasons, a season ticket isn’t a viable purchase for everyone, but we’re thrilled with how the entire fanbase continues to support us in every way possible. "

Notts County season tickets are now on general sale, after fans' have taken to renewing their 2019/2020 - after a whole season without being able to buy a season ticket due to COVID-19.

"Shirt sales, for example, have been very strong, and it’s been great to see so many of the new designs on show at our pre-season friendlies.

"Everyone at the club is working hard to prepare for the new campaign, and we’re looking forward to welcoming you back to Meadow Lane for what we hope and believe will be an exciting and successful season."

You can secure your seat at Meadow Lane for the 2021/22 National League season here.

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Notts County was a club on its knees during the remaining days of the 'error era', I am incredibly thankful that the Reedtz brothers have come in and given us some solid foundations to build on.

Back-to-back playoff finishes, stronger recruits and players signed for a fee.

The futures black and white!

 

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After COVID, I think the fans will be keen to have a day out to Meadow Lane and watch this exciting team play their football. The club hasn't addressed if streams will be made available still, I think exiled and overseas fans would support it in their drones. Positive news. 👍

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