Sport Which NFL stadiums, teams will allow fans at games in Week 6 of the 2020 season?

11:30  16 october  2020
11:30  16 october  2020 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Here's a look at which NFL teams are allowing fans at games this season and which have more limited access. Some teams will allow fans in their respective stadiums at the start of the season while others will open the year with no fans .

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Here is what NFL stadium capacity is expected to look like during week 6 as the league is allowing each of its 32 teams to determine whether or not fans can attend games.

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Week 6 NFL Stadium Capacity

2020 NFL Week 6 Schedule:

Sunday, October 18

Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans – Nissan Stadium

  • The Titans allowed the stadium to reopen to spectators at 12.5 percent capacity on Tuesday night. That number is expected to increase gradually throughout the month of October.

Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers – Heinz Field

  • The Steelers will allow 7,500 spectators at the game this week.

Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles – Lincoln Financial Field

  • The Eagles will allow 7,500 spectators at the game this week.

The Washington Football Team at New York Giants – MetLife Stadium

  • The Giants are not allowing spectators until further notice.

Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings – U.S. Bank Stadium

  • The Vikings will allow up to 250 family members of of Vikings personnel to attend the game on Sunday.

Detroit Lions at Jacksonville Jaguars – TIAA Bank Field

  • The Jaguars are allowing spectators at 25% of the stadium’s capacity.

Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts – Lucas Oil Stadium

  • The Colts will allow up to 12,500 fans this week.

Chicago Bears at Carolina Panthers – Bank of America Stadium

  • The Panthers will continue to allow fans at a limited capacity.

New York Jets at Miami Dolphins – Hard Rock Stadium

  • The Dolphins will continue to allow up to 13,000 of spectators to attend games despite being granted the clearance to open the stadium at full capacity.

Denver Broncos at New England Patriots – Gillette Stadium

  • The Patriots are not currently allowing spectators.

Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers -Raymond James Stadium

  • The Buccaneers are allowing fans at up to 25% of the stadium’s capacity.

Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers – Levi’s Stadium

  • The 49ers are not currently allowing spectators.

Monday, October 19

Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills – Bills Stadium

  • The Bills are not currently allowing spectators.

Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys – AT&T Stadium

  • The Cowboys are allowing nearly 25,000 fans to attend games.

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