Torquay United have announced season ticket arrangements for the 2020-21 National League campaign.

Plainmoor stadium, home to Torquay United. Photo: Phil Mingo/PPAUKPlainmoor stadium, home to Torquay United. Photo: Phil Mingo/PPAUK

The Gulls will begin their new season on Saturday, October 3, when after six months without competitive football, Gary Johnson and his team finally get back to the quest for a Football League return.

It is almost inevitable that the impact of Covid-19 will lead to a reduced capacity at Plainmoor and the club has adopted an incremental approach to season ticket availability.

The initial release of ticketing allocation will be limited to 2019-20 season ticket holders renewing their season tickets for the first two weeks before further staged releases.

The procedure will be under constant review from the club and in line with National League guidance.

Like all clubs, United have had to contend with the significant loss of match day revenue over recent months. But they have frozen season ticket prices for the forthcoming campaign.

Plainmoor will also operate cashless turnstiles next season, a move facilitated by the introduction of a new ticketing website.

For details about season ticket prices, log on to torquayunited.com.