KEIGHLEY Cougars have announced their season ticket prices for the 2019 season.

Following the promotion of York City Knights and Bradford Bulls and the withdrawal of Hemel Stags from the competition, Betfred League One will only operate with 11 teams in 2019 meaning the Cougars will only have 10 home league fixtures.

The club says as a thanks you for the eventful 2018 campaign, fans will only have to pay for eight out of the 10 home games.

Admission prices for adults will stay at £15 for terracing and £17 for seating, the club is charging £120 for adult terracing season tickets and £136 for adult seating in Block A, B and D of the Danny Jones Stand.

Concession season tickets are set at £96 for seating in Block A, B and D of the Danny Jones Stand and £80 for terracing which equates to a saving of £14 on seating season tickets and £10 on terrace season tickets.

Junior season tickets are yet again free for a seventh consecutive season.

Supporters wishing to be seated in Block C of the Danny Jones Stand, traditionally reserved for hospitality, coaching staff and the press, will have to pay £20 extra on the prices advertised.

The club is also launching a new platinum and gold season ticket initiative for the 2019 season.

Season tickets will be available to purchase in person at Cougar Park from Monday, October 29 onwards with the option to buy online through the club's website to be available later on next week.

Due to the change of ownership of the club, all supporters will be required to complete a new season ticket application form in order for the club to keep record of season ticket holders.

Junior season tickets are only available to supporters aged 16 and under and concession season tickets are only available for supporters aged over 65. Identification of age is required in order to obtain season tickets are these rates.

Neil Cullen, Cougars chief executive officer, said: “Firstly I would like to thank everyone for standing by the club in what has been a very tough 2018 season.

“However, now the dust has settled and we now know how many game we’ll play in 2019, we have been able as a club to put together an exciting season ticket package for everyone associated with the Keighley Cougars.

“This will help us put together a squad that will be competitive in our respective league and will enable us not to use dual registration so Keighley can maintain its own identity.

“We have already announced three new players to the squad and Craig Lingard and Steve Gill have been working really hard to put the squad together with more new faces and players retained from the current squad still yet to be announced.

“I look forward to seeing you next year watching the 2019 squad and together we can write our own history.”