Town Delay Season Ticket Launch
Wednesday, 1st Apr 2020 14:12
Town have announced that they are delaying the launch of their season ticket pricing for 2020/21 until after decisions are made on the fate of the 2019/20 campaign.
The Premier League, EFL and PFA are meeting this week to discuss the financial implications of coronavirus crisis and how and when the season might resume.
The squad was set to return to train on April 14th with games currently suspended until April 30th, but those dates seem certain to be put back with an announcement expected this week.
"The club were scheduled to have launched the season ticket campaign for next season this week but with the obvious uncertainty surrounding football at the moment we have delayed things for now,” club secretary Stuart Hayton told the official website.
Meanwhile, the April instalments on season ticket payments have been taken as planned despite the current suspension of fixtures. The Blues have eight games to play, five at home, three away.
As things stand, clubs are being advised to treat the situation as if the campaign will be played to a conclusion.
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