YORK City have honoured supporters who donated the money from their 2019/20 season tickets to the club with a mural at the LNER Community Stadium.

After the 2019/20 campaign was cut short in March 2020, 97 per cent of season ticket holders left their money in the club, opting out of a refund to help the Minstermen at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

City have commemorated these 1,097 supporters by inscribing their names on a lasting memorial in the fanzone at the new stadium.

It is one of a number of branding projects in the pipeline. City are also planning to take the Pop Stand clock and wooden seats from Bootham Crescent to Monks Cross "to make the stadium feel more like home".

A spokesperson added: “We were deeply touched by the efforts of our supporters to help the club in our time of need amid the uncertainty of the pandemic last year.

“The supporters are the lifeblood of this club and to show our appreciation we wanted to honour their names individually for all to see at our brand-new stadium."