Owners John and Carolyn Radford have called on supporters to help the club by buying a match pass on iFollow Stags for this Saturday’s first away match of the season at Leyton Orient.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, John and Carolyn Radford have funded 12 new signings and also appointed an experienced director of football/CEO in David Sharpe.
The duo have invested to ensure that the club not only survives during the pandemic, but prospers in the years to come.
Chairman John Radford says that the club now needs the support of fans watching on iFollow Stags just as much as having spectators inside One Call Stadium when crowds are allowed to return.
“The club will get revenue if any of our supporters buy iFollow Stags match passes, especially for the away games,” he said.
“We can’t wait for football to get back to normal – I think the whole world can’t wait for that.
“We need our fans to support us in the stadium [when fans return], just like we need our fans to support us on iFollow Stags.
“The more our fans can support us, the easier the journey our club will have.”
Co-chairwoman Carolyn Radford added: “iFollow Stags is going to be an important part of this season.
“If you support the football club or just want to help out your local club, please ask your friends and family to purchase the away iFollow pass.
“We get 100 per cent of the revenue after the first 500 sold, so it’s very important.
“We want everybody now to watch the away games on iFollow Stags. It’s really the only income that we are going to have.
“So please buy your away iFollow pass and help your football club.”
Match passes are available now for Saturday’s fixture away at Leyton Orient. To purchase your match pass for just £10, click here.
The club have also put together a step-by-step guide on all things iFollow. To view this, click here.