Season Tickets 2021/22
#1

Just a heads up to everyone that season tickets for next season will go on sale on Monday 03rd May

They will be available at gcafcshop.com

If you would prefer a form to print at home and post, please email info@gcafcshop.com

Details on pricing will be released on the 03rd
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#2

Will there even be a season 2021/22?
The silence from the NL is deafening. N&V for last yr was ratified by the FA Council a few days ago.
What league will we be in? What are the boundaries set out for avoiding N&V again this time around? Is there even a functioning NL board to make such decisions?
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#3

National league have confirmed our season will start on 14th August and we will be in the North
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#4

another three and a half months!

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#5

(27-04-2021, 06:44 PM)Lee Wrote:  National league have confirmed our season will start on 14th August and we will be in the North
Clucking bell. I was hoping for the South  as it's less competitive and despite the M25 most of he grounds are  cheaper and quicker to get to.
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#6

That seems a slightly over the top post ODG...

We've always had a season start date, we've players and staff under contract and other then my onw personal question over what would people prefer North or South, us moving South was never tabled or an option.

AP
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#7

Have there been any assurances given to clubs in the event of future lockdowns or null and void scenarios? Apart from the obvious potential financial impact on clubs, Season tickets go on sale next week and with the best will in the world how many people will be willing to write off another £200 if things go to **** again. Would be good if the league could give some clarity.

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#8

And appoint a secretary to take minutes

10 out of 10 for footballing zen
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#9

(28-04-2021, 11:49 AM)Tigermatty 2.0 Wrote:  Have there been any assurances given to clubs in the event of future lockdowns or null and void scenarios? Apart from the obvious potential financial impact on clubs, Season tickets go on sale next week and with the best will in the world how many people will be willing to write off another £200 if things go to **** again. Would be good if the league could give some clarity.
Exactly my point, not over the top at all AP
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#10

How can anyone give this assurance ... if clubs don't want to play they wont, we've seen this happen already this season ... I want to go on holiday, i can't ... what assurances can I get from BA over my flights to the USA ... none.

It's not in our hands ... we can just plan and prepare for what we know and what we can control. We are told the season will start on as Lee has stated ... what will happen after that with the worldwide Covid-19 issue ... if I knew that i'd be running the country ...

AP
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