Eagles Free Junior Season Pass

FREE season ticket offer for ALL children Under 11

A free Eastbourne Eagles 2020 Season Pass is now available to ALL children under 11 who are accompanied by a paying adult. The pass is available for youngsters in the general catchment area of the club’s base near Hailsham, and also to children across the wider South East and to the children of visiting supporters.

The Season Pass will also include extra benefits such as discounted merchandise, rider and track visits and free mascot opportunities.

The free pass for children aged under 11 (as at April 4, 2020) will be offered by the club to:

  • Schools*
  • Sports Clubs*
  • Adult Clubs and Societies*
  • Businesses*
  • Community Groups*
  • Tourist Attractions*
  • Individuals / Families (on request)
  • Any Under 11 coming through the Turnstiles will be automatically given a FREE SEASON PASS.

(* Any organisation with more than 50 Adults on their Database or High Volume Membership / Visitors will also be offered an Added Family Ticket Discount for discounted Admission for Adults accompanying Children – details will be discussed on application).

Bespoke packages to include Children aged 11 to 15 can also be discussed and built following the same application process.

Our Affiliate Organisations

If you are an accredited representative or decision maker at any of the types of organisation listed above, and wish to take part in the initiative and receive batches of passes, please contact us via email here and a Member of our Community Team will get in touch.

If you are an Individual / Family requiring a FREE Season Pass (Under 11) please contact us or just turn up at any meeting and you will be handed the requisite number of FREE Under 11 Season Passes on Entry to the Stadium.

(Please see our match Day Admission Prices and extensive Concessions here)

*Arrangements for visits by community groups not including children can be booked separately via the Community page here.

In many ways I think the middle generation, ‘mid 20s to 50’, are the ones most overlooked; ignored and forgotten by the Sport.  We need to enthuse them to give Speedway a go, via their children and indeed their own parents. It would be great see three generations at Speedway.”

Ian Jordan. Managing Director Eastbourne Speedway. Read Full interview

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