Barnsley FC have announced their season ticket prices for next season.

They are up by around £30 to £45 around Oakwell depending on the stand.

Early bird prices are available from today until May 2.

A club statement read: "Although prices have risen slightly for the first time since 2017, a season ticket remains the most affordable method of watching all 23 home league fixtures, with adults in the C.K.Beckett South Stand paying only £15.22 per game. "Amidst escalating matchday costs and growing revenue streams, the club have continued to honour the commitment to keeping football affordable for families, with under 14 prices remaining £10 across the stadium, working out at only £0.47p per game."

Chief executive Khaled El Ahmad told the club website: Khaled El-Ahmad said: “Everyone associated with Barnsley FC appreciates the support of our Season Ticket Holders. The last fixture at home against Derby County proves the difference that a full and raucous Oakwell stadium can make to the team. For the remaining home fixtures of this season, we want Oakwell to be full and loud. The momentum we are building together now will roll-over into 2023/24.

“This is an exciting time to be a Barnsley fan. Be a part of it. We are looking forward to seeing you continue to support your team in numbers at Oakwell.”

Full details can be found on the club's website.