Twelve game flexibility appeals to U's fan Louise.
In our latest fans' article, Louise Brookes tells us why the Twelve Game pack works so well for her.
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There's no time to relax, though, as we look to build our numbers even further ahead of what promises to be an exciting campaign under the management of Joe Dunne.
It was a really positive first month of Season Ticket sales, with over 1,000 fans purchasing their U's Season Ticket in the month of May - and there's still two months to go until the season gets underway.
The first Col U match I went to was 11th September 1999 against Scunthorpe, because I was playing with the Salvation Army band on the pitch at half time.
I continued to live in Colchester even though I’d left uni and I went to quite a few games when I wasn’t working.
I soon decided that it was much better to support your local team, who you can actually go and see play, rather than a ‘big’ club that you never see.
A friend from the Salvation Army, who was a Season Ticket holder in the Clock End, invited me along to a few more games at Layer Road, as he’d realised I loved football (more than some blokes) and I instantly got the buzz for live, local football.
I grew up supporting Man U, because Boston’s team wasn’t very good, and Man U was the team to support. However, it didn’t take long for me to be converted to a Colchester fan.
I attended around twelve games last season, plus 2 away games. I am a shift worker and often have to work Saturdays and most Tuesday nights have choir rehearsals, so buying a full Season Ticket is not a viable option.
Having moved to Ipswich when I got married, I still try to get to as many home games as I can.