Lockdown restrictions have continued to ease over the past few weeks.

There has been a level of concern about the threat of new Covid-19 variants which could delay the further reopening of society on June 21.

Despite this, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to make an announcement this week in regards to the next stage in the roadmap out of lockdown.

As reported in The Telegraph on Monday morning, the Prime Minister is reportedly set to confirm that restrictions at stadiums will be lifted as planned on June 21. 

The Madejski has not been at full capacity since March of last year when Sheffield United were the visitors to Berkshire in the FA Cup fifth round.

The club has confirmed that season tickets are now on sale for the 2021-22 campaign.

Renewal prices have been frozen, meaning that any season ticket holders from 2019-20 will be able to secure a season ticket at the lower renewal price.

Seats will be reserved until the renewal deadline of 25th June.

Fans who requested credit from the 2019-20 season can use vouchers towards the cost of the season ticket for the forthcoming campaign.

For those who paid a retainer fee and purchased a ‘Part 1' season ticket last season, this fee will be deducted upon purchasing a season ticket for the 2021-22 season.

In addition, the club has confirmed that supporters group Club 1871 will be moving to the other side of the South Stand.

This will be to combine vocal support from the group and from the neighbouring East Stand fans.

Unreserved seating in Club 1871 will continue.