Blues look for fllexible and fair way of selling tickets for 2020-21 season
Tuesday, 28th Jul 2020 22:52 by pompey-fans.com staff
Pompey say they are working to put in place a 'flexible and fair' way of selling tickets in the event of Fratton Park having a reduced capacity when fans are allowed back into stadiums.
The League One season is likely to begin in mid-September but at that point, it's likely games will either be behind closed doors or in front of a reduced number to allow for social distancing.
Pompey have the tricky job of working out in the meantime how to sell tickets.
A club statement said: 'Portsmouth Football Club are in the process of finalising ticketing procedures for the 2020/21 season.
'As per current government guidelines, it is almost certain that at least some matches will have to take place either behind closed doors or with a reduced capacity at Fratton Park. Because of this fluid situation – which is outside the club’s control – a flexible and fair approach will be required when allocating tickets for games.
'The club will discuss its plans further with the Tony Goodall Fans’ Conference over the coming days before confirming details with our supporters. Your continued patience and understanding is, as always, welcome and appreciated.'