FANS can watch Town’s centenary season for just £100.

The club will celebrate their 100th birthday by making soccer at the Galpharm the cheapest in the Football League.

The £4.35-a-game offer (as opposed to next season’s matchday admission price of £20) is being bank-rolled by current chairman Ken Davy and Dean Hoyle, the greeting card tycoon who will take control of Town next year.

The pair are confident it will lead to bumper crowds for a season they hope will end in promotion from League I to the Championship.

The £100 offer applies to adults, senior citizens and full-time students in the Antich Stand and what will now be known as the Fantastic Media Stand (formerly the Panasonic).

Blue and White Foundation members get a further £5 reduction, and there are concessionary rates for juniors (£55) and Young Terriers (£23) with Mini Terriers going free.

The maximum season-ticket price under the centenary offer is £175 for adults in the Direct Golf Stand upper tier, but it remains £100 for senior citizens and full-time students.

Special-offer season-tickets will go on sale at the Galpharm on Wednesday, April 16 and can be bought until close of business (5.00) on Friday, May 23.

The full breakdown of prices, along with those for after May 23, appears on Page 46.

Existing season-ticket holders will receive renewal packages, which include details of payment methods, within the next 10 days while new applicants can pick one up from the stadium from Monday.

Town, who are in the process of selecting a new manager, currently have 7,633 season-ticket holders.

Their highest number in recent times was 9,478 for the 1999-2000 Championship campaign.

But given the new prices – described by Hoyle as “mind-blowing” – that figure should be dwarfed.

There’s every chance Town could record their highest average crowd since moving from Leeds Road to the Galpharm Stadium in 1994 (the current best is 14,029 in 99-00).

And they could even beat the 15,940 figure for their last top-flight campaign of 1971-72.

Full ticket details – see Pages 46 & 47.