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Important update for all Season Ticket holders

2 September 2020

An important update to everyone who has purchased a 2020/21 Season Ticket.

Following a great uptake on our 2020/21 Season Ticket offer, we would firstly like to thank all those Bees fans who have already booked their seats at The Hive London. Our current tally is 570 Season Tickets sold which is a fantastic start to the campaign in such a short space of time.

We had a review last night with our Safety Officer, taking into account the latest social distancing guidelines from the FA, SGSA (Sports Grounds Safety Authority) and the Leagues. Following this consultation, it has been recommended that we perform a reallocation of our stadium plan, specifically spacing between rows. The main amendment within this latest governance is to create a sterile row between spectators for ease of stewarding and overall safety. This is now deemed best practice and we have a responsibility to adapt accordingly.

As such, we will temporarily be suspending Season Ticket sales whilst we reallocate our seating plan.

As a result of the above measures, we have to slightly adjust the seating position of the vast majority of Season Tickets sold. However, the reallocation will ensure that you are as close as possible to the seats originally chosen and an email will be sent out showing your new seat positions within the next 24 hours.

This reallocation will ensure that we are safety compliant and able to reopen our home to our supporters as quickly and correctly as possible.

Barnet FC would like to apologise for the inconvenience this may cause but we are doing everything we can to limit the amount of physical movement. We must stress that the reallocation process should not see Bees fans move too far from the position of the seats originally booked.

Sales will be suspended for approximately 24 hours while we complete all the necessary changes.

When we reopen sales, we will let you know via the usual channels.

We would like to apologise again and we thank you as always for your continued support.

#LetsBeeTogether


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