Poole Town have launched a limited edition golden ticket initiative in order to stop the club being relegated.
The club has started to sell longer term season tickets to increase the funding towards the upgrade of their stadium, after failing to meet health and safety regulations.
The golden season ticket scheme allows the buyer to choose their seat in the stand, each season for the next ten years for £2,000.
The ticket will include one cup of tea or coffee and a free programme per game.
The new ticket sales come as an attempt to fix the club’s terracing and floodlight issues.
The National League side hope to raise £66,500 by selling the limited season tickets, and will face relegation if the target is not met by the end of January.
There are 20 limited silver season tickets priced at £1,200, which are valid for all of Poole Town’s games for five-years; as well as 30 limited bronze season tickets, which are valid on all games for three-years, for £750.
Commercial director Mark Bumford has called on the local community to support the club.
He said: “It’s absolutely essential we have local support, now and longer term.
“We have a population of 150,000 in Poole, the same as Oxford, who have 5,000 season ticket holders at Oxford United. We need their support.”
Bumford has admitted that the club is weary if it can afford the stadium repairs before the deadline.
He added: “We are confident we will meet the target and complete the upgrade, but we are not there yet.
“It requires a leap of faith now from the Board to start the work, not knowing if we can afford to complete it.”
The club has faced issues with their ground since leaving Poole Stadium in 1994- with their current location Tatnam Field failing to meet the terracing and floodlight requirements for the National League side.
Tom Killick’s side have been impressive on the pitch in recent seasons, clinching promotion to the Vanarama National League South in 2016 and currently sit fourth.