City of Philadelphia: Fans Allowed at Outdoor Events
Breaking News from the Philadelphia today as the city plans to allow 7,500 fans to attend outside events in the city. The new ordinance will go into place on Friday, which means that the Eagles can allow 7,500 fans enter Lincoln Financial Field to boo the Eagles during the Ravens game on Sunday.
The Eagles Twitter account followed shortly after, welcoming back fans to the Linc. Gotta love it.
The number 7,500 includes players, coaches, and regular support staff so really the number is around 5,500-6,000 actual fans.
TAILGATING IS STILL NOT PERMITTED. (BOOOOOOOOOO)
From the Philadelphia Inquirer:
Season ticketholders were given a choice to opt in for this year or defer to 2021. All ticket holders who opted in will get an email telling them about a purchasing window online Wednesday, Oct. 14, through their account portal. Tickets will be available for the next two games — Baltimore this on Sunday and the Giants the following Thursday.
Gates will open 90 minutes before each game and ticket will have a designated gate that must be used. Masks are required. Bandanas or face coverings with valves or holes will not be allowed. In addition, all concessions will be cashless, and food and drink will be prepackaged and disposable. There will also be no smoking throughout the stadium.
Fly Eagles Fly.