Albion’s home fixture against Tottenham Hotspur, due to be played on Sunday 12 December at 2pm, has been postponed following a Premier League Board meeting this afternoon.
Tottenham asked for the match to be rearranged following a significant number of positive COVID-19 cases among players and relevant staff. This led to First Team facilities at the club’s training centre being closed after consultation with the Premier League and UK Health Security Agency.
The Premier League Board has taken the decision to postpone the game following guidance from medical advisers, with the health of players and staff the priority.
The postponed fixture will be rescheduled in due course and the Premier League wishes a quick recovery to those with COVID-19.
Any supporter who has purchased a ticket is advised that the ticket will be valid for the rescheduled match date.
This includes supporters who received a ticket through the season ticket sharing system or 1901 ticket transfer or purchased hospitality.
Season-ticket holders and 1901 club members who have distributed or sold their seats through these systems are advised that their season tickets have been deactivated for this match and, if you wish to attend the rescheduled fixture, you will be able to purchase match tickets once the new fixture date is confirmed.
Please note match ticket and hospitality refund requests will not be accepted until confirmation of the revised match date. When the new date is known, details will be released to supporters along with the process for match ticket holders wishing to claim refunds. Please note refunds are not available to season ticket holders or 1901 members.
Seagull Travel have confirmed that all travel bookings for the Spurs match will be moved to the rearranged fixture.
Tickets are still on sale for Albion women's game against Manchester United at the People's Pension Stadium on Sunday, which you can purchase by clicking here.