WREXHAM want all season ticket holders to make a decision on whether they want refunds on the five home games that were canned due to coronavirus.

A club statement read: "All season ticket holders will receive an email from tomorrow (Wednesday), or letter where no email address has been provided, detailing the options for a refund relating to the final five home games of the season.

“We would like to thank those supporters who have already been in touch, expressing that they would not like a refund, but we understand every supporter has individual circumstances – particularly in these uncertain times.

“As a result, we have decided to offer two simple options for the refund due on the final five home games. Please note, as explained below – we require a decision one way or another.”

Supporters can either agree to cancel the remaining five games of the season ticket and donate the cost to the Unite to Save the Town fundraising initiative or receive a refund by cheque.

The statement continued: “If you would like to donate to a specific nominated charity, we request that you select the second option and make the donation personally. If you choose the first option, it has already been agreed that Nightingale House Hospice and Awyr Las will each receive five per cent of all money raised.

“We need all season ticket holders to make a decision either way. Not making a decision does not mean we can treat the unclaimed refund as a donation, as the club will carry liability on that amount for six years.

“Furthermore, we request that all season-ticket holders inform us of their decision by Wednesday 15th July.

“Please also note, as the club’s full-time staff are still furloughed, and the club shut down, refunds will take time to process – club officials will be calculating all refunds requested and filling in the cheques. We will aim to process any refunds as soon as possible, in order of when your decision was registered.

“For those supporters enquiring about season tickets for the 2020/21 season, we are currently unable to determine when these season tickets will be available.

“While the National League has given a provisional start date of September for the new season, we will need to consider social-distancing guidance and the impact this will have on our capacity and seat layout.”