This won't be released until later on this afternoon when the tickets go online...
Stones fans will be able to buy tickets online to see Maidstone United play at The Gallagher Stadium this month.
The new e-ticketing system has been tested during the preseason seeing more than 500 people choosing to buy in advance on the website.
Tickets for the Ryman Premier League matches will be limited to 200 per game and, to begin with, only for August.
Chief Executive Bill Williams said: “I’m really pleased by how well fans have taken on the new idea and, after a few teething problems, we think we’ve cracked it.
“We hope to roll it out across the entire season but we have to make sure e-ticketing won’t affect our season ticket holders as they will share the same turnstile.
“The tremendous support the team has received has been incredible so we hope this system will make match days more enjoyable. We have set the number of tickets available to 200 so this will help reduce the queues through the two pay turnstiles and hopefully not impact on the other.
“E-ticketing helps fans who don’t necessarily have season tickets but don’t want to miss out. We’re an ambitious club both on and off the pitch and this is just another way we’re trying to make the match day experience even better!”
Have all the problems re: scanner not reading bar-codes been sorted out? With nigh on 600 season ticket holder, just one hold up with an a problem reading an e-ticket is going to lead to delays and a frustrated queue.