KELTY HEARTS have unveiled details of season ticket prices for next season - and have launched a new initiative aimed at bringing more revenue to the club.

Michael Tidser's team will compete in SPFL League One for a third successive campaign next term, and will go into it having achieved their highest league placing of sixth.

The New Central Park outfit are offering adult supporters the chance to catch all the league action on home soil from £225, whilst prices have been set at £155 for concessions (those aged 65-and-over); £85 for a young adult (those aged between 16-21); and £40 for juniors (those aged between 12-15), whilst under-12s go free.

In addition to season tickets, Kelty have created 'Club 75', which they say is "aimed towards non-corporate / company owning supporters who wish to have a more committed involvement and contribution to the club than a standard season ticket holder".

For a monthly fee of £55, members of Club 75 will receive a season pass and welcome pack, and can enjoy a sponsor matchday experience, with access to the I&H Brown Lounge on a game day, with complimentary tea, coffee and pie at half-time.

In addition, they will receive a Kelty Hearts jacket or training jumper, and be entered into a monthly members draw, with all subscription fees being re-invested "into the growth and sustainability of the club".

Kelty, who hope to attract a minimum of 50-100 members, whilst encouraging more people to matches at New Central Park, said that money generated through the scheme would help promote "further investment in the club facilities to create a better environment for all existing fans and enhancing visiting fans' matchday experience".

For details on season tickets and Club 75, visit the club's website.