York City’s home game against Hereford tomorrow (Saturday) is off.
The match has been postponed due to a Covid outbreak in the Hereford camp.
It is the first fixture of City’s new season to fall victim to the pandemic, and affects the club’s fourth league game at the LNER Community Stadium.
Last season was cancelled part-way through due to the disruption and health concerns created by the coronavirus.
In a statement, City said: “The National League has announced that tomorrow’s fixture against Hereford has been postponed due to a Covid outbreak in the visitor’s camp.
“A new fixture date will be released in due course.
“All advance tickets and car park passes bought for this fixture will be automatically transferred to the rearranged fixture.”
You can find out more on the club website.
City’s next game will be in the Emirates FA Cup on Saturday 18 September against Hebburn Town at the LNER Community Stadium.
Supporters can purchase reduced price advance tickets for the FA Cup tie online, over the phone or in person from the LNER Community Stadium.