Millwall announces season ticket access to streamed games

Josh Salisbury (05 June, 2020)

The club said it hoped this was a fair solution amid the challenges of the pandemic


Millwall FC has said this afternoon that season ticket holders will be able to stream all of the Lions’ remaining games of the 2019/20 fixtures.

While games will take place behind closed doors over the coronavirus pandemic, season ticket holders will be able to stream the matches at home on the iFollow platform.

This will begin on Saturday June 20, when Millwall plays Derby County, and includes home and away games.

Further details of how this will work in practise are being revealed next week, and future fixtures are still being finalised.

If any of them are selected for live coverage on Sky Sports, then the matches will still be available on iFollow to season ticket holders on iFollow, but not to anyone else says the club.

“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,” said Millwall FC in a statement.

Those without a season ticket will be able to purchase access to view a game at £10, for those games which will not be on TV.

Fans who had purchased tickets to games at The Den against both Derby and Swansea City, and to away games against Charlton Athletic and Barnsley will be entitled to a full refund, said the club.

Supports will also have a choice of donating the price they paid towards the Millwall Community Trust to help them keep up their charitable work during the pandemic.

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


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