Stoke City issue update on season ticket and match day ticket refunds

Stoke City are working to provide refunds for season ticket holders and fans who had bought match tickets for games which will now be played behind closed doors.

Stoke have thanked supporters for their patience after waiting since mid-March for an update on how the EFL was going to proceed with 2019/20.

There are nine fixtures remaining, including four at the bet365 Stadium, as Michael O’Neill tries to keep his side in the Championship. The season is now expected to re-start on June 20 with an away trip to Reading.

So the club is able to progress with its plan to offer money back.

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A club statement said: “Stoke City are finalising refund options for the club’s remaining nine Championship fixtures following the announcement by the EFL on Sunday that the 2019/20 season will resume behind closed doors from the weekend of June 20, 2020.

“That date is provisional and is subject to all safety requirements and Government guidance being met and clubs receiving clearance from their local Safety Advisory Groups to stage matches at their home grounds.

“We would like to thank fans for the patience they have shown since the 19/20 season was suspended in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

“The club are working to facilitate the provision of refunds to season card holders, match ticket holders and corporate hospitality customers and we will contact all those affected as soon as we are in a position to do so.

“To make that process easier we would urge all fans to update the contact details we currently have on record for you.”

Stoke have asked supporters to check their contact information is up to date on their system, using the MyStoke account.

The fixtures will be played out in the order initially intended but dates are yet to be fixed.

Stoke City’s remaining fixtures

Reading v Stoke City

Stoke City v Middlesbrough

Wigan Athletic v Stoke City

Stoke City v Barnsley

Leeds United v Stoke City

Stoke City v Birmingham City

Bristol City v Stoke City

Stoke City v Brentford

Nottingham Forest v Stoke City

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