Did you know that the first stadium was built in 1908 for the IV Olympiad? With the pandemic this past year you might be looking for fun stadium sports to attend live or watch. If so, we are here to help.
Keep reading to learn which stadiums will be allowing fans to witness the games and on which dates.
On the 6th of this month, The Falcons are allowing a certain number of spectators to watch the New Orlean Saints play against the Atlanta Falcons. You can take a look if you can snag some last-minute tickets if you want to check them out in the Mercedez-Benz stadium.
On the same day, the Dolphins will allow around 20% capacity at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami where they will be playing against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Houston Texans are also allowing 20% capacity to go watch them play in the NRG Stadium against the Indianapolis Colts.
The Arrowhead Stadium will allow 22% capacity to watch the Kansas City Chiefs play against the Denver Broncos. The Chiefs announced that they planned on selling as many as 16,000 tickets for the final three home games they have. This is the same amount they sold for their first five games.
Keep in mind that the Chiefs also announced that the attendance might be adjusted either up or down based on COVID-19 conditions.
On Monday the 7th you can go to Heinz Field to watch the Washington Football Team play against the Pittsburgh Steelers. They are limiting their capacity to 2,500 people. Unfortunately, the State Farm Stadium is not allowing any spectators that day to watch the Buffalo Bills play against the San Francisco 49ers.
Ohio is allowing 12,000 fans maximum in their FirstEnergy Stadium. They are allowing 3,000 on each side and this includes their upper decks. This is a very small amount of fans allowed when you compare it to their 67,895 capacity.
If you want to go to the TIAA Bank Field they are currently allowing a maximum attendance of 16,791. Currently, this is a 25% capacity of their usual 67,164 maximum. This capacity amount might change depending on the coronavirus developments and federal and local regulations in the future.
For our Titans fans, you can cheer your team on at Nissan Stadium with their 21% capacity limit. This is the maximum allowance based on the CDC guidelines on how many people can gather and social distance safely.
Ready to Go Cheer Your Favorite Team at One of These Stadium Sports?
There you have the list of the stadium sports that are allowing you to go see your favorite players in action. We hope that your teams that are allowing spectators are on this list so that you can enjoy the game in person vs watching it on TV.
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