HARTLEPOOL UNITED’S season ticket prices will remain the same for next season.

The club has announced a price freeze for the 2019/20 National League campaign.

The early bird offer until July 5 means adults pay £250 (£10.87 per game), while seniors, students and Armed Forces season tickets are only £150 (£6.50 per game).

Under 19s are priced at £120 (£5.22 per game) and Under 16s are £75 (£3.22 per game), with free season tickets for under-12s with an accompanied adult ticket.

Pools sold just under 3,000 for the current season and hope Craig Hignett can improve on-field fortunes and engineer a push for a return to the Football League.

Chief executive Mark Maguire said: “The loyalty and commitment our supporters have shown, keeping in mind our league position, is quite incredible.

“I actually found myself getting quite emotional witnessing some of the passion with which the fans backed the players towards the end of the campaign.

“Keeping prices at the level they are will hopefully give as many fans as possible the opportunity to come along and be part of that during 2019/20.’’

Pools signed Nicke Kabamba on a permanent basis on Monday, with the club’s retained list due out shortly as Hignett remains in talks with players.