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The Washington Football Team is giving its season ticket holders the option of a full refund in 2020 or the option to defer to the 2021 season and receive a credit to the account due to concerns of COVID-19, the club announced in a released Tuesday.

Season ticket holders received a letter from Washington on Tuesday with the news.

The news comes just days after Washington’s executive vice president and chief marketing officer Terry Bateman said that as of now, the team still plans to have fans at FedEx Field for the home games this fall.

Washington may still have a certain number of fans who attend the games, if state and local regulations allow. The NFL has said that fan attendance will be stadium by stadium. The Baltimore Ravens, which play their home games just 32 miles north of FedEx Field, have already announced that their stadium capacity will be less than 14,000 fans.

“If we can get people to the stadium safely, according to league rules, according to local county and state jurisdictions, we have to continue,” Bateman said last week. “And I’m sure it’s going to constantly change based on what’s going on, so I don’t know.”


Fans who can attend games should cover their faces. This is not just in Washington, as the mandatory NFL skins for all fans attending games across the league in 2020.

Washington has also announced that ticketing will be mobile only in 2020, meaning that season ticket holders will not receive hard copies of their tickets this season. FedEx Field has also made a number of changes to its operation to ensure fans who attend games this fall enter an environment as safe as possible.

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