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COVID-19: FAQs for fans now live

Last week it was confirmed that English football is almost all entirely suspended until it is safe to resume leagues and competitions.

This has has left football fans with many questions about where they stand on away tickets, season tickets, what they can do to help their communities and how fan-owned clubs can survive through the public health crisis.

With that in mind we’ve done our best to answer a lot of the common questions we’ve been getting from supporters and fan groups and we’ve pulled as many answers as we can into one FAQs page.

If you have questions or concerns they may have already been addressed on the FAQs page, but if not, please do get in touch and we’ll get back to you.

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