Caley Thistle are aiming to raise more than £100,000 per season through a newly-launched ICTFC25 membership scheme.
Inverness, in their third successive season in the Championship, are looking to increase revenues after posting a loss of £892,000 for the year ended May 31 2019.
The membership scheme, which follow’s the club’s 25-year anniversary celebrations last year, was initially mooted at an EGM held at Caledonian Stadium in October.
There are four separate categories of membership available, starting from the £1,000 bronze package to the most expensive £10,000 platinum membership.
The packages are primarily aimed towards small to medium sized businesses, and among the benefits are match tickets, hospitality, advertising, invitations to attend exclusive club events and manager and player personal appearances. The funds will be used to aid Caley Jags’ vision to become an established Premiership club again.
A statement said: “The ICT25 memberships will raise additional funds to invest into the club and football department to help towards ensuring promotion into the Premiership and/or maintaining that status.”