A record-breaking 1,700 Glasgow Clan season tickets were sold in just three weeks.

The surge in ticket sales comes after last season’s success in attracting fans to Braehead Arena where 12 Clan games were sold out at the venue that seats 3,600 people.

The Clan management is now planning to cap the season tickets to 2,000.

This ensures some seats are left for new fans, away supporters, and those who opt to purchase game-by-game tickets.


(Image: Macdonald Media)


(Image: Macdonald Media)

Gareth Chalmers, managing director of Clan, said: “This is the fastest we’ve ever sold that amount of season tickets and we can’t thank the fans enough for their unwavering support

“This augurs well for the upcoming season and it’s evidence that people are not only coming to watch ice hockey and their favourite Clan players, but they also enjoy the entire game-night experience.

“The appointment of our new coach Corey Neilson and the early signings he’s made certainly seem to have created excitement among the Purple Army fans.

“Fans coming along to the games can look forward to an even better match-night experience with added hospitality offerings and our new big four-screen scoreboard due to be installed above centre ice. This piece of kit will allow us to show action replays and take fan engagement at games to a new level.

“We’re all looking forward to the season ahead and I’m sure the fans coming to see The Clan will experience a fantastic night of sports entertainment.”