East Kilbride's most famous footballing son, Ally McCoist, got together with Strathclyde Commercial & Plant Ltd and Nuffield Health East Kilbride to help Kilby launch their season ticket campaign for 2016/17.



Season tickets for 2016/17 will go on sale at K-Park from Saturday 9th July, priced at £75 for adults and £30 for concessions, on a cash basis only, and will include:



• ALL 15 home Scottish Lowland Football League matches

• ALL home Lowland League Cup, East of Scotland Cup & South of Scotland Challenge Cup matches



Season ticket holders become eligible for “priority purchase” of East Kilbride FC home William Hill Scottish Cup match tickets
Season ticket holders can also enjoy:



• A 10% reduction from total dining bill at “Barocco Bar & Bistro”in the East Kilbride Village on Friday & Saturday, upon proof of season ticket.



• A 20% in reduction from dining bill at the “Haystook” Bar & Restaurant in the East Kilbride Town Centre, upon proof of season ticket



Single admissions for 2016/17 matches will be £6 for adults and £3 for concessions, so the season ticket offers a fantastic saving.


A big thanks to everyone who booked their season tickets by contacting us via email. These reserved tickets can be purchased at K-Park with effect from Friday 8th July.


Pictured assisting Kilby Chairman Mark Horner to launch the season ticket campaign are James Gaffney of Strathclyde Commercials & Plant Ltd, and Sam Murray from the local East Nuffield Health, Fintess & Wellbeing Gym East Kilbride, who are the latest local businesses to have signed up to partner with the club.



Strathclyde Commercials & Plant Ltd, who are experts in the sale of superior second-hand industrial vehicles and equipment, have committed to a sponsorship deal worth around £10,000 to become the official kit sponsor of the first team and development squad at K-Park for the season ahead.  Speaking of their delight at joining the club’s expanding list of commercial partners, James Gaffney commented, “We are thrilled to become the kit sponsor for the senior teams at East Kilbride FC, in what promises to be another hugely exciting season, as the clubs goes from strength to strength, and attempts to establish itself in the ranks of senior Scottish Football”



The players and management staff of the Kilby first team squad will also benefit from another exciting deal that has been agreed with the Nuffield Health, Fitness & Wellbeing Gym East Kilbride, who are providing complimentary memberships for the forthcoming season.



EK Chairman Mark Horner told ekfc.co.uk, "The backing we have received from Strathclyde Commercial is incredible, and will look after the whole kit requirements fo our senior section, and we are so grateful for this new partnership. The deal which has been agreed for the team with the Nuffield Gym offers the players the chance to use the first class facilities at the Nuffield club to aid their fitness, preparation and recovery, and this will be especially beneficial in the winter months when the weather will inevitably make training outside very difficult."



Nuffield Sales Executive, Sam Murray, was also delighted to have secured the link-up, commenting,”We are really pleased to have been able to set up this deal with East Kilbride FC, whose incredible run in last season’s Scottish Cup really put the whole town on the sporting map, and we look forward to the team being able to enjoy the excellent benefits our memberships can offer”


EK legend McCoist had the final say on a memorable launch day, telling EKFCtv, "I am delighted to help East Kilbride FC launch their season ticket campaign today.  It would be fantastic if the local community can continue to get behind the club as they aim for promotion to the SPFL, and look look forward to the Community Stadium becoming a reality.  I will certainly be at K-Park when I can to make use of my season ticket, and look forward to seeing the club thrive in the coming months."



An interview with Ally McCoist will be available via EKFCtv at the end of the week.











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