The Paddy Power-sponsored club has also reduced matchday admission prices for supporters
Farnborough FC is looking to take advantage of Saturday’s bumper crowd at Paddy Power Park by offering free season tickets to all for the first half of the Skrill South season.
The club will be distributing forms to various outreaches in the town over the next 48 hours or so, while promotional visits will also take place at Rushmoor Borough Council offices and local schools to help spread the word.
In addition, the club has also reduced matchday admission to Paddy Power Park from £12 to £10 for adults and £8 to £5 for concessions, while under-16s go free.
The club announced at its Fans’ Forum this week that the new Farnborough FC cafe will open its doors to the public from 8am on Monday, serving breakfasts and lunches throughout the day.
Boro chief Spencer Day said: “We are determined to acknowledge this excellent opportunity we have to become self-sustainable and at the same time get the community involved with the football club.
“These are extremely exciting times for the club.”
Club sponsors Paddy Power dished out free umbrellas to fans after Saturday’s opening day win over Dover Athletic on Saturday – but it appears the dark clouds have at last been lifted over Cherrywood Road and the sun is now shining on a bright new future.