Swindon Town have confirmed that they will be reducing ticket prices for next season, according to the Advisory Board minutes.

The minutes for the January meeting of the Advisory Board have been published and in them, it is revealed that ticket prices for the 2024/25 season will be reduced when they are formally announced at the end of February or the start of March.

This season, Swindon’s adult ticket prices were the most expensive in League Two at £27, but this price will be dropped to £24 for next season among a number of ticketing announcements that were made at the meeting.

It was also revealed that season ticket prices will be frozen for next season at their current prices, Town had the 12th most expensive season ticket in League Two this campaign.

Owner Clem Morfuni had previously stated that he would be keeping season ticket prices the same next season and these minutes are a further commitment to this.

The club said that they are working to rationalise the number of season ticket categories for next season and trim the number down to six or seven, but any decisions would be reviewed by the supporters’ groups prior to being implemented.

CEO Anthony Hall had previously caused a stir amongst season ticket holders during an interview with the Swindon Town Supporters Club in December when he said that season ticket holders got too many free games.

He said: “The number of free tickets that get given away if you take the season tickets, I think it was nine games free this season, which equates to about 40 per cent of the games coming free.

“It is too much, and it is something that we need to look at moving forward if we want a sustainable football club, which I am sure everybody that is calling in tonight wants.”

Hall has since apologised for those comments and it was said in the minutes that, “The club does recognise the significant contribution and importance of our season ticket holders make to the club.”

Among the other topics discussed at the meeting was that the Joint Venture group are looking at potentially turning the Legends Lounge into a sports bar during the close season amongst various works that are being considered.

A formal meeting with the JV to discuss the development proposal for the County Ground was scheduled for January 31 to get their input.