YORK City Football Club have frozen season ticket prices for the historic final season at Bootham Crescent.

Ahead of next summer's move to the new Community Stadium at Monks Cross, matchday admission prices have also been frozen for the 2018/19 campaign at the ground - City's home since 1932.

Supporters will also be able to take advantage of early bird discounts if they purchase the season tickets before 4.30pm on Friday, June 29.

The cheapest adult season ticket - for the David Longhurst Stand - will cost £235, while the York Pullman Stand - the most expensive for a one-person ticket - is £320.

But with the early bird discount, the former will set fans back £199 and the latter, £275.

Over 1,500 supporters snapped up season tickets last season as City looked to start the climb back towards the Football League.

Manager Martin Gray is now rebuilding the squad with the aim of delivering promotion and has already brought in three new additions from National League outfit Gateshead - returning midfielder Russell Penn, forward Jordan Burrow and the aptly-named winger Wes York.

For full details on season tickets, visit the club website at www.yorkcityfootballclub.co.uk/news/ticket-prices-final-season-bc.