Season ticket payments - refunds/credits due by June 19th

blue b4 the moon

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The only way I can see 2020/21 happen is that City announce a price per match for season ticket renewals and if you're happy you accept the renewal but nothing is taken from your account. Then when, and if, we are allowed back at The Etihad before the end of the season then you pay for what's left, so for instance if you pay in instalments and City say £45 per game (I'm in level one east) and there are say 9 home games left to be played in 4 months then the total to pay would be £405 or £102.25 if you pay monthly. I see this as the only way to price/administer it for next season
Maybe, personally I think they'll take a persentage perhaps 50% upfront for those intending to pay all at once, anyone doing the DD scheme will probably still be paying for 10 installments and be after money back next June.
 

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Bayern actually asked their fans to choose between getting the ticket refund paid out - or to give them to the club's charity fundation.

As many fans decided to give it to the charity fundation they now gave
100,000 EUR to the Bavarian Sports Foundation (head organisation for sports in Bavaria)
20,000 EUR to each of the 18 Bavarian 4th league clubs
10,000 EUR to each of the 36 Bavarian 5th league clubs
 

ballinio

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Bayern actually asked their fans to choose between getting the ticket refund paid out - or to give them to the club's charity fundation.

As many fans decided to give it to the charity fundation they now gave
100,000 EUR to the Bavarian Sports Foundation (head organisation for sports in Bavaria)
20,000 EUR to each of the 18 Bavarian 4th league clubs
10,000 EUR to each of the 36 Bavarian 5th league clubs
We get it Bayern Munich are the best club in the world , over & over again
 

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Bayern actually asked their fans to choose between getting the ticket refund paid out - or to give them to the club's charity fundation.

As many fans decided to give it to the charity fundation they now gave
100,000 EUR to the Bavarian Sports Foundation (head organisation for sports in Bavaria)
20,000 EUR to each of the 18 Bavarian 4th league clubs
10,000 EUR to each of the 36 Bavarian 5th league clubs
That's all well and good but your still a shithouse club.
 

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Bayern actually asked their fans to choose between getting the ticket refund paid out - or to give them to the club's charity fundation.

As many fans decided to give it to the charity fundation they now gave
100,000 EUR to the Bavarian Sports Foundation (head organisation for sports in Bavaria)
20,000 EUR to each of the 18 Bavarian 4th league clubs
10,000 EUR to each of the 36 Bavarian 5th league clubs
You’re on the wrong forum spouting that shite. Horrible club, horrible way of doing things.
 

CC1

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Bayern actually asked their fans to choose between getting the ticket refund paid out - or to give them to the club's charity fundation.

As many fans decided to give it to the charity fundation they now gave
100,000 EUR to the Bavarian Sports Foundation (head organisation for sports in Bavaria)
20,000 EUR to each of the 18 Bavarian 4th league clubs
10,000 EUR to each of the 36 Bavarian 5th league clubs


It helps that they don’t get fined for tapping up players from other clubs. Otherwise they’d have kept all the money
 

Maldeika

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We get it Bayern Munich are the best club in the world , over & over again

It was the money of the fans - not of the club! We talk about refunds of tickets! I am pretty sure that a lot of City fans would have made that sacrifice, too.

The club got the BVB, Leipzig and Leverkusen to give up on 20 million EUR together of the Champions League and give it to the 3rd league and the womens' Bundesliga. 3rd league and Womens' Bundesliga start this weekend again as they used parts of it to pay for testing. That would have a good idea for the EPL, too, as even if all clubs are hurt by the pandemic the bigger clubs can should have more substance than the others. But the EPL lacks a club that has the influence to get the others to act like this. So each club might have their own charity objects in the local communities were they help - but nothing substantial where they act together that really helps the lower leagues.
 
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CC1

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It was the money of the fans - not of the club! We talk about refunds of tickets!

The club got the BVB, Leipzig and Leverkusen to give up on 20 million EUR together of the Champions League and give it to the 3rd league and the womens' Bundesliga. That would have a good idea for the EPL, too, as even if all clubs are hurt by the pandemic the bigger clubs can should have more substance than the others. But the EPL lacks a club that has the influence to get the others to act like this. So each club might have their own charity objects in the local communities were they help - but nothing substantial that really helps the lower leagues.


We can’t all have tax avoiding criminal officials running our leagues(& football in general)
 

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For info all the points for being in the cup schemes ( FA Cup / Champs League ) have been added today.
 

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