Crawley Town Football Club
Crawley Town Football Club is the largest football club in Sussex apart from Brighton and Hove Albion.
In 2011, Crawley Town FC:
- achieved promotion to the Football League for the first time,
- and became only the sixth non-league club to reach the fifth round of the FA Cup (they lost 1-0 to Manchester United).
In 2012, the club was promoted to the old Third Division.
Prices may vary from match to match, but the normal range of prices for the 2011-12 season was as follows:
- Executive Suite: £65 (no concessions)
- West Stand: £19 (concessions: £15; under 18s: £10)
- Terraces: £16 (concessions: £13; under 18s: £7)
Season ticket prices for the 2010-11 season were:
- Executive Suite: £675 (no concessions)
- West Stand: £323 (concessions: £247; under 12s: £115)
- Terraces: £266 (concessions: £209; under 18s: £95)
A number of tickets to the West Stand are available for the registered disabled. These tickets are the normal price, but a carer is allowed in free of charge. To apply, either visit the ticket office or ring 01293 410000.
Advertising and Sponsorship
To advertise at Crawley Town Football Club or to arrange sponsorship, phone 01293 410001.
Crawley Town Football Club Websites
The official Crawley Town FC website is crawleytownfc.com. Most football club websites are a bit clunky, but Crawley Town’s is particularly poor (or at least it was in September 2011; they may have improved it since then):
- It is slow to load, mostly due to its heavy use of images.
- On the plus side, it contains plenty of advertisements, if that’s what you’re after instead of useful information.
If you actually want to find out anything, you will be better off trying an unofficial website, www.ctfc.net, which is more user-friendly than the official site, although it does not always carry up-to-date information on matters such as ticket availability (your best bet for this is to phone the club on 01293 410000).
There are several supporters’ websites:
Location, Directions and Car Parking
Crawley Town FC play at Broadfield Stadium, which is next to the A23 at Southgate roundabout. The stadium’s car park usually fills up early on match days. See our Broadfield Stadium page for directions and information about public transport and car parking.
Ownership of Crawley Town FC
The current owners of Crawley Town Football Club appear to be upstanding, law-abiding citizens, although there is a good deal of uncertainty about the source of the money that has bankrolled the club’s recent spending spree. According to newspaper reports, much of the investment has been provided by unidentified business interests in Hong Kong.
The previous owners weren’t quite so upstanding and law-abiding: one of them was sent to prison for tax fraud.
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