HAMILTON have scrapped season tickets ahead of next season and have adopted a "pay at the turnstiles" policy.

The Accies announced via a statement this morning that with uncertainty still surrounding the Scottish Premiership they want to be as fair as possible on their loyal supporters.

With that in mind they will not put season books on sale for the new campaign and fans will be able to pay at the gate on a weekly basis when football returns.

The full statement read: "As we are all aware this is pretty much unchartered territory that we find ourselves in and, the truth is,that at the moment no one knows when Senior Football or our Youth Academy will successfully restart.

"We think it’s fair to say that everyone at the Scottish Government, SPFL and SFA are doing their best to monitor a very difficult and ever-changing set of challenges, so we can only wait on clear instructions from the various governing bodies on the best way forward.

"We want to be absolutely fair to our supporters and have decided, at this point in time, that it is our intention NOT to put season tickets on sale for season 2020/21.

"Our reasoning behind this decision is simple – there remains various scenarios that could halt the new season or prevent it from running smoothly, and with that in mind we will be adopting a “pay at the turnstiles” policy when supporters are allowed to attend matches again.

"The backing of our loyal fans is greatly appreciated and we hope that this policy will encourage all of you to support the club as much as possible when the time comes. With regards to the current season it appears that we will not be playing the remaining games and season ticket holders, if they wish, can request a proportional refund on their season books. 

"We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all our community trust volunteers for the amazing work they are carrying out in the community and together with the children charity Blameless they are really making a difference to so many lives during these very trying times. 

"Thank you for all your support. Please stay safe. Colin McGowan Chief Executive."