With nine games left of the Premier League season, the Premier League after an emergency meeting this morning revealed that the league will be suspended until at least April 4 due to the widespread of coronavirus that has now affected players and staff.

Reacting to the Premier League’s decision, Chelsea FC released its own statement, thus: “It has been announced today that the Premier League and FA are suspending all matches in their competitions until 4 April due to the COVID-19 outbreak. In addition, next week’s Champions League matches are postponed. Ticket news for affected games is below.”

Chelsea FC then posted a recent update to the club’s ticketing:

“Information for fans who have purchased tickets for affected games

“Premier League game versus Aston Villa away and FA Cup game versus Leicester City away – tickets that have been issued will remain valid should the match be rescheduled. Further information will be made available once a new date is confirmed.

“FA Youth Cup game versus Manchester United and PL2 game versus Wolves – tickets purchased will remain valid for the rescheduled match. Further information will be made available once a new date is confirmed.

“Women’s Super League games versus Everton and Brighton at home – tickets purchased will remain valid for the rescheduled match. Further information will be made available once a new date is confirmed.

“Champions League game versus Bayern Munich away – supporters who originally purchased tickets for this match will be given priority to purchase should the match be rescheduled. Further information will be made available once a new date is confirmed.

“Club travel – if supporters have booked travel with our official travel partner CTM then those bookings remain valid should the match be rescheduled. Further information will be made available once a new date is confirmed. “Supporters who require ticket refunds should contact the ticket office.”

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