The Eredivisie clubs will not make any decisions about compensation for season ticket holders and other fans who have bought tickets for the remaining duels until there is a final decision on whether or not to end the season.
All eighteen clubs are already working together on a plan, which will be further elaborated if the KNVB decides to end the competition or finish it without an audience. That is at the end of April at the earliest.
Just under a week ago, Ajax informed all season ticket holders in an e-mail that they were thinking about compensation and to discuss this with the other clubs. As yet, nothing is known about possible ways of compensation.
For the time being, the KNVB plans to resume the Eredivisie and Keuken Kampioen Division after 19 June, depending on the advice of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and the cabinet.
The Dutch football association also came on Tuesday with a concept program for next season. When the current season is completed, there will be a shortened three-week summer break and football will continue at Christmas.
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