The Premier League has been suspended since March 13 due to the coronavirus outbreak, with clubs agreeing to resume the season when it is safe.
Liverpool, 25 points ahead of the top, reaffirmed its support at the end of the games, with a date of June 8 that was scheduled for a return to action.
But uncertainty about the potential impact on next season – and whether supporters will be allowed to enter the stadiums – has prompted the club to delay its subscription renewal process indefinitely, although they said the prices would remain the same as this campaign.
“Until the match schedule is clear, we have suspended the process of renewing future subscriptions,” said a statement.
“We will continue to monitor the situation, and a new renewal period will be put in place once the start date for the 2020-21 season is confirmed. Subscription holders will be contacted directly to inform them of the new deadline and to give as much notice as possible.
“General subscription prices will be frozen for the 2020-21 season, and we will be in contact with supporters once they go on sale.
“We fully support the collective intention of the Premier League clubs to complete all matches in the 2019-2020 season. If all the remaining matches take place normally, all season tickets and matches per match will remain valid for the reorganized date. “
Liverpool are expected to play Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Chelsea and Burnley at Anfield this season.
The Palace and Villa matches were already full, but if the matches are to be played behind closed doors, the Reds – who could lose around £ 12 million if no fans are allowed – have confirmed that they will reimburse all tickets sold.
The statement continued: “In the event that the remaining 2019-2020 home games cannot be played in front of supporters, we will reimburse either the equivalent value of the remaining home games to all season ticket holders and members of hospitality, the prorated value of the individual home matches affected as a credit on their 2020-21 season pass.
“This discount or refund will also apply to all official members, general admission supporters and day hospitality ticket holders who purchased for the games concerned during the 2019-2020 season. These supporters will be contacted individually by email to provide further information on the refund process.
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“As the situation continues to evolve, we will continue to keep supporters informed of any developments regarding the current season and the 2020-21 season.
“We would like to thank our supporters for their understanding and patience during this difficult time. Our thoughts are with you all right now and we hope all of our supporters will stay safe and at home. “