An exceptional decision after two difficult seasons for the spectators.
Due to the uncertainty over the restrictions on access to the stadium due to the health context, FC Nantes announced this Monday evening that it will not launch a subscription campaign for next season.
"To date, we do not have sufficient guarantees to hope to benefit from a full and unconstrained gauge over the entire 2021/2022 season, explains the club. As long as this visibility is insufficient, ad hoc ticket offices will be offered. for each home game, with priority sales and special rates for 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 subscribers.
The subscription campaign is not permanently canceled.
Subscriptions can again be offered "as soon as the health situation allows", assures the club.
Other professional clubs, like Olympique de Marseille, have already made the same decision.
🎫 Dear supporters due to the health context, there will be no subscription campaign for the 𝟚𝟘𝟚𝟙-𝟚𝟘𝟚𝟚 season.
To thank our loyal subscribers, many benefits such as a priority on ticketing will be reserved for them 👇
- FC Nantes (@FCNantes) June 14, 2021
The creation of a "membership card"
To compensate for this bad news, the FCN announces that it will still launch a "membership card" for all supporters "wishing to benefit from the benefits subscribers, without having to commit to the 19 matches".
Subscribers from the last two seasons will automatically inherit this card.
The details will be communicated shortly.
The club also promises to communicate soon about "compensation for matches closed to the public during the 2019/2020 season".
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