WANDERERS have launched their half season ticket – and Keith Hill is urging fans to support the ‘impossible dream’.

Starting from £155 for adults and £55 for Under-18s, the club are hoping people will get behind the survival effort in number as 2020 comes into sight.

The ticket kicks-in for the December 29 visit of Shrewsbury Town and equates to just £14.09 per match for the final 11 home games.

Wanderers are fighting for their lives at the bottom of League One and hoping to overturn a 12-point deduction from the EFL for going into administration – plus any future punishments, the threat of which continue to linger.

But Hill is adamant the mission is not an impossible one, and he has called on supporters to back the club’s new ticket if they can.

“Our football club means so much to the people of Bolton and everybody who wears the shirt and works for the club knows this. We are a special, hardworking and proud town and this is embodied in the club,” the manager said.

“There is no doubt that such a significant points deduction has given the club a huge mountain to climb, but us Boltonians are fighters and we never abandon hope.

“It may seem an impossible dream but with the whole town and every Wanderers fan right behind us we will battle for every point in every match.

“I cannot thank our season ticket holders enough for the commitment they have made this season and I know the lads appreciate every single one of them.

“I would urge anyone who is not yet a season ticket holder to purchase a half season ticket for the final 11 games.

“Your support means everything to us!”

A family ticket is also available in the Carrs Pasties (North) Stand Upper, with one adult and one child able to cheer on Wanderers for £15.91 per game or £175 overall.

For more information or to purchase your half season ticket, please phone 0844 871 2932 then press option two followed by option one (Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone company’s ‘Access Charge’), visit Bolton Central in person, or Wanderers’ official website.