Following the end of the early-bird period, 2024/25 season tickets have now gone back on sale.

Click here to purchase your 2024/25 early-bird season ticket online

The most cost-effective way of supporting the Wings next season remains by purchasing a season ticket, with a saving of up to 25% by guaranteeing their spot at every Vanarama National League South fixture.

Following the end of the early-bird period, adult terrace season tickets for 2024/24 are now priced £293, while concession, student and over 65 season tickets are priced £207.

Meanwhile, terrace season tickets for junior fans aged between 11 and 17 remain priced just £100, while all U11s will continue to go free at Park View Road next season when accompanied by an adult.

Seated season tickets are also available, guaranteeing your reserved seat in either the Graham Hobbins Stand or the Erith & Belvedere Stand (where segregation is not in place), priced £328 for adults and £232 for concessions and students, while seat prices remain frozen at £130 for juniors.

As well as covering all 23 of the Wings’ home league fixtures for the 2024/25 season, your season ticket will also grant you free entry to all of Welling’s home friendly fixtures this summer, with more friendly dates due to be confirmed in due course.


2024/25 season tickets can be purchased online* via the club’s TicketPass platform by clicking here.

Due to limited staff, a callback service will be on offer, with fans able to request a call from the club to arrange their season-ticket purchase. Supporters can email with their details to request a call back.

Proof of age will be required and both cash and card payments will be accepted.

Season tickets will be available to collect from Park View Road from friendly fixtures during the summer.

Please note, season tickets are only valid for league and friendly fixtures at Park View Road and are NOT valid for cup fixtures.
*Season tickets purchased online via TicketPass will incur a percentage-based booking and service fee, with 50% of the TicketPass service fee going to the club’s charitable partner The Chartwell Cancer Trust