This season 2020-21 curtailed by FA
Thursday 7th of January 2021
North Ferriby Football Club supporters have yet again been given the disappointing news the 2020-21 season has been curtailed by the FA. This comes on the back of the news that Steps 3 through to Step 6 of English Football will not now play again until August.
However on the back of this there is some good news for Ferriby fans who were season passholders prior to this latest announcement as they will get to see their team for free next season. In a statement put out by Club Chairman Les Hare he advised that due to the tremendous support this was the best way of saying thank you to the loyal fans of the club.
Hare said: "My fellow directors and I recognise so few league games were played and yet our incredible supporters have remained loyal throughout. We greatly appreciate their undiminished support and owe every one of them a debt of gratitude".
What this means is that anyone who bought a season pass for the NCEL Division One campaign for last season will be offered a pass for the 2021-22 season free of charge. There is also light at the end of the tunnel for the Villagers with regards to the FA Vase as the competition will continue, possibly in April.
The FA have made a statement to the effect of they would like this competition to continue with a possible start date around April 12th. Ferriby will recommence with their replayed game with Seaham Red Star although it is unclear at the moment whether this will be played with fans or behind closed doors.