NFL fans are having a hard time trying to keep track of the teams that will permit audiences in their stadiums during the 2020 season, especially with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this inconvenience, the National Football League (NFL) has informed each of its 32 teams and those organizations’ local officials about making the calls on whether to allow fans to witness the games amid the pandemic.
Check out the most recent developments below regarding the fan attendance and ticket policies for all 32 teams in 2020 as the September 10 NFL season opener approaches. Keep in mind that these details are subject to change without prior notice.
On August 13, the Dallas Cowboys announced they would allow fans at the AT&T Stadium in 2020 at a limited capacity, with a single-game only ticket policy. However, the number of people who will be allowed at Cowboys home games is not yet clear.
On September 4, the Indianapolis Colts declared they would not host crowds exceeding 2,500 for their home opener at Lucas Oil Stadium this September 20. The number was altered after the team initially hoped to host fans at a maximum of 25 percent of stadium capacity.
Meanwhile, under the order of New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, neither the New York Giants nor the New York Jets will be allowed to host fans at MetLife Stadium until further notice.