An early recruit to the 12th Man scheme, Vicky Woodcock spoke about her support for the Iron.Speaking ahead of the new season following her renewal, she’s already looking ahead to the new campaign.
She said: “I’m looking forward to it.
“Me and the kids will be coming, having got them and more involved.
“I began as a season ticket for most of the nineties and with work I was unable to come quite as often. This is about our third or fourth season with a season ticket again. I started bringing my daughter when she was younger and then her friend came with her, with my son also starting to come to watch the games.
“We are spreading the word really and it seems to be working as we have quite a few people who now come regularly.”
Buying a fourth consecutive season ticket was never in doubt for Vicky, but despite this she was very happy with the introduction of a 12th Man package.
“The free programme for every 12th Man holder over twelve is an amazing thing for me,” she continued.
“Obviously if you come with three kids, they all want a programme, so to get that included in the price is really good.
“For me, it’ll be a little bit sad when we move to the new stadium, because Glanford Park is where I’ve always come to watch Scunthorpe. I’m excited for the change, but I’ve got my memories here and I’ll be sad when we go.
“There are so many memories. I remember when I came back from university and beat Burnley in the FA Cup, the 1999 play-offs. I still remember my first game – a 0-0 against Huddersfield Town.
“My highlights at the stadium really have to be seeing my kids take penalties on the pitch and when my little boy was a mascot.”
See much more from Vicky Woodcock on The Iron Player.