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Arsenal confirm ticket refund stance as Premier League return edges closer

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Arsenal have confirmed that supporters will be entitled to refunds for any match tickets or hospitality purchased before the Premier League's enforced break due to the pandemic.

This comes as a result of the remainder of the 2019/20 season being played behind closed doors, meaning fans would not be able to attend either home or away matches when football resumes.

"As previously stated, supporters will be entitled to a credit or refund for any match tickets or hospitality they have already purchased for future behind-closed doors matches in the 2019/20 season," a statement on Arsenal's official website read.

"Whether as part of a season ticket or for an individual match, supporters will be offered a credit for next season or a refund. This behind-closed doors credit will be in addition to the two unused cup credits already due to general admission season ticket holders.

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"The process to credit/refund supporters who have purchased match tickets and or hospitality for these fixtures will begin immediately. Full details and timings will be communicated directly to fans.

"Information regarding season ticket and membership renewals for next season will be updated as soon as we have more clarity on future possible timings of the 2020/21 season."

As reported by on Wednesday [May 20] , the Gunners returned to London Colney to partake in phase one of Project Restart which has seen Premier League clubs arrive back at their training grounds to hold sessions in small groups.

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Watford, who train next door to Arsenal, were the worst hit club in the most recent coronavirus testing [two staff members and one player] but on Thursday [May 22], Dani Ceballos confirmed there were no positive cases for Mikel Arteta's side.

The Gunners themselves have been back at Colney since April 27 after the club deemed the space a safer area for their players to undergo their hour of exercise per day.

Arsenal's full statement on credits and refunds can be found here.

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