Willem II follows example of Feyenoord: ‘It is hard for us to do this’

In a statement on its own website, Willem II asked supporters to refrain from compensating for the missed matches. The Tricolores follow the example of Feyenoord, which already appealed to their supporters last week.
Martin van Geel and Joris Mathijsen, respectively General Director and Technical Director of the Tilburgers, focus on fans of Willem II in their letter. We call on all our season card holders because we need not only your support in word and deed, but also financially, we read. In order to avoid a significant loss of turnover of six million euros, we ask seasonal card holders to waive the right to reimbursement of missed matches.
The sponsors will receive the same request. It is hard for us to make that request to thousands of Willem II supporters, but in the interests of our club we have no choice but to do so. We understand that it is not an easy decision for supporters, and for these reasons we offer several options. We respect everyones decision, which is undoubtedly made with a red-white-blue heart.
Previously, Feyenoord announced that supporters who completely refrain from refunds can expect a unique shirt. Willem II also indicate that season ticket holders who do not have to be met receive a
unique gift.