Date: 27th February 2016 at 9:57am
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Stoke City have frozen their season card prices for the ninth successive season.

The Potters have been smashing their transfer record numerous times over the last few seasons, in fact twice this season with Xherdan Shaqiri joining for £12 million and then Gianelli Imbula joining for £18 million in January.

With this though, the club are aiming to ensure that they keep football affordable for fans and with another enhanced television payment coming up, then there is no reason not to.

Chief Executive Tony Scholes told StokeCityfc.com:

“Whilst the cost of following football has been a major talking point in recent weeks, affordability is an issue that has been fundamental to us for many years. We feel very strongly that no-one should miss out on the opportunity to watch us in action at the Britannia Stadium because of cost.’

Season Cards will be on sale at Early bird prices from 8th March, available online or in person at the ticket office at the Britannia Stadium.