History makers: 2022/23 season tickets announced


History makers

Here’s to the next chapter of our brilliant story.

A sixth season in League One, thanks to a record points haul and the chance to achieve the club’s best ever finish under Michael Duff.

There have been ups, downs and everything in between. Once again we’ve defied the odds but we’re getting ready to do it all again, starting today with the launch of our 2022/23 season ticket campaign.

We’ve come a long way since the club’s first ever title win under Alan Wood, the groundbreaking 1982-83 Southern League Midland Division campaign that got underway 40 years ago this summer.

It paved the way for four decades of success. The Southern League title triumph under John Murphy two years later. Steve Cotterill’s class of ‘99. Bouncing back with Gary Johnson and Duff’s unprecedented achievement just 12 months ago.

They’re our five stars and they paved the way for today’s history makers.

To celebrate this moment, we’re announcing an exciting collaboration with Mira and the Cheltenham Paint Festival, commissioning a huge mural to appear in the main car park. It will feature a key figure from each of those momentous sides.

We’ll post daily updates as it comes together and they will be soundtracked by music producer Nigel Groom. Among other club projects the LA-based lifelong Cheltenham fan produced 'March of the Robins' which the players run out to on matchdays.

And we want you to be part of it, too. We’ll add the names of our 2022-23 season ticket holders to the final design, acknowledging the vital part they'll play in the next chapter. The installation marks a summer of improvements to the fan experience at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium and will get underway after this weekend’s match.

It’s going to be a busy summer and we want you to join us.


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