Manchester City have moved to start refunding season ticket holders for the remaining games this season.
There are six unfulfilled Premier League fixtures left at the Etihad Stadium, including against Liverpool and Arsenal.
Fans were contacted on Wednesday afternoon to confirm automatic refunds in an email from chief operating officer Omar Berrada.
The process of money being transferred will begin over the coming days and fans do not need to apply for the rebate.
Those with one-off tickets for specific matches will also be refunded, while no decision on season tickets for next season has yet been taken.
City also have home games against Norwich, Burnley, Newcastle and Bournemouth slated and the hope is those can be competed behind closed doors.
Norwich and Brighton are other top-flight sides to have committed to refunding supporters over the last 24 hours
Meanwhile several Premier League players have been warned they need to also consider their financial futures as they weigh up whether to back Project Restart.
A host of players have voiced their understandable fears about coming back too early following the coronavirus outbreak publicly including Sergio Aguero, Antonio Rudiger, Manuel Lanzini and, most recently, Raheem Sterling and Danny Rose.
Players with young children and those who live with vulnerable relatives are also reluctant to resume playing football.