Blackburn Rovers have finally launched their 'Back to Live' season ticket campaign as they prepare for the potential return of supporters in the 2021/22 season.

A uniform pricing structure of £399 for adults has remained in place for the Riverside stand, Blackburn End lower tier and the Jack Walker Stand lower tier.

The Jack Walker Upper wings will be £459, with seats in the centre of the Jack Walker Upper available for £499 while there will be a premium package on offer for £599.

Senior tickets start from £269, 18-23 from £179, 17 and under from £90 while Under-12s are £60 in all areas of the ground.

Adult and senior supporters who purchased a 2020-21 Season Pass will receive the pro-rata deduction off their 2021-22 Season Ticket, meaning supporters in the Ronnie Clayton Blackburn End and Riverside stands will pay just £230 when their £169 credit is applied.

Further benefits for supporters who purchased a season pass in 2020/21 include £15 club cash to be redeemed at the Roverstore, an exclusive earn 5% on all future retail purchases throughout the season and a complimentary place on the club's new 'Supporter Mosaic' which will be situated at Ewood Park - a feature that they club say will 'commemorate the superb support in the club's time of need'.

The club are still waiting on details about the possibility of continuing to steam matches for next season.

A club spokesman said: "The club are also awaiting information on what streaming provision will be available from the EFL and its broadcast partners should some/all supporters not be able to attend fixtures due to restrictions imposed by the Government."

Last season only 2,500 season tickets were sold, providing access to all 23 home fixtures and seven midweek away matches via the iFollow platform, with behind closed doors matches played throughout the campaign .

The club had frozen prices for the season before in which they sold around 8,500 season tickets, short of their 10,000 target, with the cheapest adult season ticket then available for £319 in the Riverside Stand.