Sheffield Wednesday confirm ‘50% of renewals’ have been processed at Hillsborough
Sheffield Wednesday don’t yet know how many fans will be allowed at Hillsborough come the start of the 2021/22 season, however they appear to be making good progress with regards to season tickets.
The club announced new pricing for season tickets last week as plans for the new campaign continue, with a substantial drop in place following relegation into League One.
Fans, for the most part, welcomed the pricing as they look forward to returning to their seats at S6, and now it’s been confirmed that over 50% of those who had season tickets for 2020/21 have now had their 2021/22 tickets processed.
A statement on their official website today read, “We are delighted to say that over 50% of renewals have been processed so far and offer our thanks to everyone who has committed to the new campaign.
“As we await further Government guidelines, we would urge supporters to renew as soon as possible to enable the club to accelerate plans for your safe return.
“We will move forward in line with the next and all future Government updates.
“Stadium capacities for next term remain uncertain at this time, hence Season Tickets are currently available to 2020/21 holders only.”
Wednesday are unable to put tickets on general sale until they have an update from government on how many will be allowed in, while names will be drawn from a ballot if the first game rolls around and there are more season ticket holders than attendees allowed.
The Owls will find out their 2021/22 fixtures next week on June 24th when they are released by the English Football League.