Our league season kicks off on Saturday and we have clear objectives for the campaign ahead.

We want to play great football, we want to gain promotion, and we want to give the fans a team they can be proud of. Inverness Caledonian Thistle want to be a Premiership club, because that’s where we belong.

We want you to help us make that happen. We have sold more than 1,300 season tickets, and the club would certainly benefit from a final push to increase that figure as we prepare to get the season underway.

Walk up Ticket Prices for 2018/19

We recognise that many supporters attend on a match-by-match basis and we have now set prices for what we term “walk ups” to league matches.  The good news for adult fans is that we have held prices at the same rate as last season at £22 for the Main Stand and £20 for the North and South Stands.

We continue to offer a discounted rate for senior citizens who will pay £17 for admission to the Main Stand and £15 for the North/South Stands.

In recognition of the importance of attracting young supporters and students to games, we continue to offer a discount to those aged 16-25 of £17 for the Main Stand and £15 for the North/South Stands.

Good news of those aged Under 16 is that we have reduced admission prices from £10 to £6 per match across the stadium.

Clearly, our preference is that supporters commit to purchasing a Season Ticket.   One of the benefits for those with a Season Ticket in the North Stand is that they can buy two Season Tickets for Under 12s free of charge.

We will continue to work with schools and local youth groups to promote special offers (subject to availability) for Under 12 match tickets.

So below is a handy guide to our ticket prices for league matches in the 2018/19 season.

League Match Ticket Prices Adult Senior Citizen 16-25 Under 16
Main £22 £17 £17 £6
North/South £20 £15 £15 £6

We are greatly looking forward to an exciting new season in a highly competitive Championship. We will see the return of the Highland derby, host Ayr United for the first time in eight years and hopefully push for promotion back to the Scottish Premiership.

Our manager has assembled a great squad of players, we are playing good football, and we have hugely exciting new talent coming through our youth system.

We want to do something special this season. We hope you will be a part of it.

– Graham Rae, Chairman