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Stadiums That Are Not Allowing Fans for 2020 NFL Games
Buffalo Bills’ Bills Stadium
- The Bills are currently not allowing fans.
Chicago Bear’s Soldier Field
- The Bears are currently not allowing fans.
Washington Football Team’s FedEx Field
- The Washington Football Team is currently not allowing fans. However, they stated that the decision will be re-evaluated if there are any improvements to the situation.
New York Jets’ MetLife Stadium
- The Jets are currently not allowing fans until further notice.
Baltimore Ravens’ M&T Bank Stadium
- The Ravens allowed 250 immediate family members to attend their week 3 matchup against the Chiefs, but have released no plans for further opening.
San Francisco 49ers’ Levi’s Stadium
- The 49ers are currently not allowing fans.
Seattle Seahawks’ CenturyLink Field
- The Seahawks are currently not allowing fans.
New England Patriots’ Gillette Stadium
- The Patriots are currently not allowing fans.
Las Vegas Raiders’ Allegiant Stadium
- The Raiders will not allow any fans into their new 65-000 seat, $1.9 billion location on the Las Vegas Strip.
Los Angeles Chargers’ SoFi Stadium
- The Chargers are currently not allowing fans this season or until further notice.
Los Angeles Rams’ State Farm Stadium
- The Rams are currently not allowing fans this season or until further notice.
New York Giants’ MetLife Stadium
- The Giants are currently not allowing fans.
Philadelphia Eagles’ Lincoln Financial Field
- The Eagles are currently not allowing fans.
Detroit Lions’ Ford Field
- The Lions will not allow any fans until the governor’s order is lifted, then they will sell on a game-by-game basis.
Minnesota Vikings’ U.S. Bank Stadium
- The Vikings currently have no plans for fan attendance.
Arizona Cardinals’ State Farm Stadium
- The Cardinals currently have no plans for fan attendance.
Stadiums Currently Allowing Fans for 2020 NFL Games
Pittsburgh Steelers’ Heinz Field
- The Steelers will allow 7,500 fans.
Kansas City Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium
- The Kansas City Chiefs are allowing 16,000 fans.
Houston Texans’ NRG Stadium
- The Texans will allow up to 13,300 fans.
Atlanta Falcons’ Mercedes-Benz Stadium
- The Falcons will allow fans for the first time this season at a limited capacity in week 6.
Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium
- The Cowboys are allowing fans, with nearly 21,700 since week 2.
Cleveland Browns’ FirstEnergy Stadium
- The Browns will allow up to 12,000 fans.
New Orleans Saints’ Mercedes-Benz Superdome
- The Saints’ will allow fans in a limited capacity.
Tennessee Titans’ Nissan Stadium
- The Titans announced last month that Nissan Stadium would be open to 12.5 percent capacity. They hope to move up to 21% by November.
Miami Dolphins’ Hard Rock Stadium
- The Dolphins will allow 13,000 fans.
Cincinnati Bengals’ Paul Brown Stadium
- The Bengals will allow 12,000 fans.
Indianapolis Colts’ Lucas Oil Stadium
- The Colts will allow 12,500 fans.
Jacksonville Jaguars TIAA Bank Field
- The Jaguars will allow 16,791, or 25% of their usual capacity.
Denver Broncos’ Empower Field at Mild High
- The Broncos will allow 5,700 fans starting at their October 18 game against the Dolphins.
Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field
- Though they are not allowing fans currently, by November 1st the Packers plan to have 10,000-12,000 fans allowed.
Carolina Panthers’ Bank of American Stadium
- The Panthers are currently allowing 5,200 fans, or about 7% capacity per the governor’s order.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium
- The Buccaneers are allowing approximately 16,250 spectators beginning for next week’s week 6 game.