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Season ticket holders to be given free access to ALL remaining fixtures on iFollow

5 June 2020

Millwall Football Club is pleased to reveal that its compensation package for season ticket holders will allow them to watch ALL of The Lions’ remaining 2019/20 fixtures on iFollow.

The rest of the campaign will take place behind closed doors but Millwall season ticket holders will be given exclusive access to stream all home and away games left to play – starting with the visit of Derby County on Saturday 20th June. Details of how season ticket holders can gain access to the streaming of matches will be announced next week.

Should any of Millwall’s remaining fixtures be selected for live coverage on Sky Sports then those matches will still be available on iFollow to season ticket holders, but not to anybody else. The club hopes that this compensation package represents a fair and reasonable settlement for all season ticket holders in what is an unprecedented and financially challenging predicament completely outside of its control.

Games not selected for TV coverage on Sky Sports will be available for all other fans to purchase on iFollow at the usual Match Pass price of £10.

The fixture schedule is still being finalised and will be announced here on millwallfc.co.uk when confirmed.

Fans who had purchased match tickets for the home games against Derby and Swansea City, as well as for the matches away to Barnsley and Charlton Athletic, will be entitled to a full refund. These refunds will be issued as soon as it is logistically possible and a further announcement will be made when that is the case. The club will also offer supporters the alternative option to pledge their refund monies as part of a donation Millwall are making to the Community Trust to assist with its ongoing operations during this difficult time.

The club would like to place on record its gratitude to fans for their patience, understanding and loyalty throughout this ongoing COVID-19 crisis.


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