BRADFORD (Park Avenue) have provided supporters with two options as to how they would like to see their 2020-21 season ticket be used.

Last month, the club's Vanarama National League North season was declared null and void after only 16 games were played.

Nine of those were played at Horsfall, and broadcasted live via a stream season ticket holders could enjoy for free.

With the season now scrapped it means fans can either claim a rebate or invest the rest of their ticket in the club.

The latter would also include a treat for next term's home pre-season fixtures.

Avenue's statement read: "Firstly, and most importantly, everybody at the Horsfall hope you are safe and well in these challenging times.

"Secondly, we would like to thank you for your support this season in leaving your season ticket money in the club. That support is invaluable. Hopefully, you managed to see some football via our streams.

"As you will be aware, the season has now officially been declared null and void, and I wanted to reach out to you to give you a couple of options for the remainder of your ticket.

Option 1

"A rebate on your 2020-21 season ticket (pro rata v how many home games we played in the season).

"The pro rata rate is calculated by cost of season ticket/home games per season (21) x games remaining (12).

"This equates to; Adult – £80.00, Concession – £71.42, Junior – £5.71, Student – £25.71, Youth – £17.14.

Option 2

"Allow this money to stay within the club as a donation. This option would have immense benefits for the club and would be greatly appreciated.

"If you do decide to take this option, I will make sure you are on a ‘guestlist’ for free entry to every home pre-season game as a thank you."

"Once your decision has been made, contact football operations manager Calum Cullen on"