Speaking to the club media channel today our CEO Scot Gardiner gave the following update for supporters re Season Tickets for Season 2021/22;
“We would first of all like to thank the fans for their patience at the moment. I took the view that following the difficulties that all football clubs and fans faced last season, we should await the official update from the Joint Response Group of the SFA/SPFL before announcing anything re our Season Tickets.
This update came through to all clubs last night and as things currently stand and following last night’s update, we would be allowed to accommodate up to 1,000 seated fans at each game, if we remain in Tier 1.
Should we enter into Tier 0, then up to seated 2,000 fans seated are allowed.
In both instances, this would be subject to the appropriate distancing as prescribed by the JRG/Scottish Govt.
We have been running different models in relation to what impact the JRG update may have on Caledonian Stadium and these included the different distancing possibilities and the potential amber/red zones in the Main Stand.
Now we have had the information in writing, these models can be clarified over the coming few days with a further announcement and sale date sometime next week.
At that stage, we will also supply a frequently asked questions document alongside the announcement/sales date.
As I said at the beginning of this statement, on behalf of the Board and all of the staff here at Caledonian Stadium, I thank you for your patience and continued support. I hope you will understand that we would rather learn the lessons of last season alongside the most updated JRG information before we announced our season ticket offering.