Scarborough Athletic FC have announced ticketing details ahead of their highly anticipated return to the town.
Boro kick-off their return to town Saturday July 15, with the opposition yet to be named for the club's first game back in the town at the new Weaponness Leisure Village.
A club statement read: "As there is so much interest, the match is going to be all-ticket. We will release details of the opposition soon."
Ticket prices for the opening game will be:
£10 Adult (Aged 16 to 65)
£5 Concession (Under-16 and 65+)
£11 Adult (Aged 16 to 65)
£6 Concession (Under-16 and 65+)
The statement continued: "As promised, those who helped the club in exile last season donating to the "Boro Till I Die" fund, along with trust members and season ticket holders, will get priority to purchase a ticket first.
"It is still possible to become a trust member or season ticket holder and get a priority ticket.
"The closing date that trust members and season ticket holders will be valid for a priority ticket is 1pm on Sunday March 26.
"Priority ticket holders will have up to 11pm on Monday 17th April to make payment for the ticket."
There will also be a maximum purchase of one ticket per person.
The remaining tickets will then go on general sale at the games against Burscough and Tadcaster Albion on Saturday April 8 and Monday April 17 respectively.