The teams come out at the Riverside
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Prices for the 2016-17 season
The club is introducing a two-tiered pricing system for the new Premier League season.
The Riverside Stadium will host 19 matches in the top-flight in 2016/17 with eight games being classed as Category A matches and 11 as Category B.
Adult tickets in the main areas of the stadium will start from £30 for Category B matches while that price increases to a starting point of £35 for Category A games.
Under-18s will be able to watch Premier League football for a maximum of £20.
Matchday Prices 2016/17
|CATEGORY A||CATEGORY B|
|Adult||Over 65||Under 18||Adult||Over 65||Under 18|
|East & West Lower, North, NW & SW Corners||£35||£25||£20||£30||£20||£17|
*No Single sales. Max ratio 1:4 (Adult/Over 65: Under 18)
Category A fixtures – Leicester City, Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Sunderland.
Category B fixtures – West Ham United, Southampton, Stoke City, Swansea City, Everton, Watford, Crystal Palace, West Bromwich Albion, AFC Bournemouth, Hull City, Burnley.
The club will not be offering Boro Pride Membership for the new season, but is currently exploring new ideas for a reward scheme for fans.