Everton Football Club can confirm that supporters who were successful in the ballot for last night’s postponed Premier League match against Manchester City have had their tickets cancelled due to uncertainty over a rearranged date for the fixture.
All supporters who had secured tickets for the Manchester City match will now be given priority for the next home fixture they choose to enter a ballot for, including the Club’s FA Cup third round tie against Rotherham United on Saturday 9 January. As the ballot has already been concluded for the visit of West Ham United on New Year's Day, the next Premier League fixture which will be open to a ballot process, tier restrictions permitting, is scheduled to be the visit of Leicester City on Wednesday, 27 January.
Details of Everton’s forthcoming home fixture ballots will be announced in due course.
Fans who were successful in the ballot for the Manchester City fixture will now automatically receive a pro-rata refund for the fixture as part of the Club’s planned refund process schedule.