Millwall Football Club notes the decision of the game’s governing bodies to suspend all fixtures across the Premier League and EFL until at least 3rd April as a result of the situation surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak.
That directive means that the club’s upcoming matches against Derby County, Barnsley and Swansea City will be postponed. Millwall will continue to liaise with the relevant organisations to ascertain when these fixtures will be rearranged and will update fans when more information becomes clear.
All Academy matches between now and 3rd April will also be postponed and the Millwall Community Trust will cease its operations throughout the same timeframe.
This is an unprecedented set of circumstances and, as detailed in a statement on Thursday 12th March, the club is aware of its responsibility to do all it can to help prevent any further spread of the virus. As such, The Den will be closed until Monday 23rd March at the earliest with all staff set to work from home. Both the Lions Store and Ticket Office will be closed and so all sales will only be available online at www.mfcshop.co.uk and www.millwalltickets.com respectively, including season tickets 2020/21 on the latter. Season ticket applications sent in by post will still be collected and processed. Regrettably the fundraising dinner for the Community Trust on Thursday 19th March will no longer take place on that date.
The club is conscious that fans who have purchased tickets or hospitality packages for the three matches which have been postponed are seeking information on refunds, if required. Those tickets would be valid for any rearranged dates and the process behind the administration of refunds will be confirmed once finalised.
Millwall would like to thank its supporters for their understanding and patience during these unparalleled times. Further information will be released when available.