Season Ticket Covers
This section of the website shows the changing faces / styles of season ticket covers over the seasons.
Unfortunately we do not have a complete set of season ticket covers nor any older than 1995/96 so if you have any season ticket cover that is not on this page and would be happy for us to add it, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Page last updated: 31st August 2014
A simple red plastic cover with the club logo on the front and details of a local solicitor on the back.
A blue plastic cover with the club logo on the front with details of a local solicitor on the back.
Again a plastic cover (a mixture between dark green and blue) with the club logo on the front cover (and nothing on the back).
Nothing extravagant, just a simple plain turquoise cover.
The first cover with a picture on it (?) showing part of the family stand.
The picture on this seasons season ticket was the same as the previous season. The only difference to the whole cover was the omission of the season.
This seasons cover shows part of the Moys End and the family stand.
This cover shows Andy Clarke scoring the goal on 26 May 2000 against Darlington at Wembley which saw the Posh get promoted back to the third tier of the Football League.
This cover shows Ken Charlery kissing the Division 3 play off trophy on 24 May 1992 after he scored Posh’s two goals against Stockport County at Wembley which saw the Posh get promoted to the second tier of the Football League for the first time in our history.
This cover has a picture from one of the Posh’s games in the 50’s or 60’s on it.
This seasons cover has a picture of Posh’s all time league appearance record holder Tommy Robson.
The final season ticket cover as from 2013/14 they went plastic. The cover shows Posh legend Chris Turner.
Thanks to Steve Thorpe who provided us with a number of these season ticket covers.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any season ticket covers that are not on this page so that we can arrange share them with other supporters in our museum.