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2020 NFL Stadium Attendance Plans: Eagles To Allow Fans Starting In Week 6


Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images. Pictured: The Cleveland Browns play the Cincinnati Bengals

NFL fans and bettors understand the importance of home-field advantage. But with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic impacting in-person attendance for the 2020 season, we’re being forced to re-evaluate just how much it matters with either a reduced number of fans or none at all.

In an effort to gain some clarity, we’ll be tracking every team’s decisions on whether to allow fans at their home games below.

Note: The following information is as of Oct. 13.

Tracking Which NFL Teams Will Allow Fans

Arizona Cardinals Allowed limited fans in Week 3
Atlanta Falcons Allowed limited fans in Week 5
Baltimore Ravens Limited fans to be allowed for Week 8 game
Buffalo Bills No fans for first three home games
Carolina Panthers Hosted approximately 5,000 fans in Week 4
Chicago Bears Mayor: Fans unlikely in 2020 at Soldier Field
Cincinnati Bengals Up to 6,000 fans allowed at home games
Cleveland Browns Up to 6,000 fans allowed at home games
Dallas Cowboys Hosted approximately 25,000 fans in Week 5
Denver Broncos Hosted approximately 5,700 fans in Week 3
Detroit Lions No fans at least through November
Green Bay Packers No fans allowed at Lambeau Field indefinitely
Houston Texans Hosted approximately 12,000 fans in Week 5
Indianapolis Colts Allowed to host up to 7,500 fans in Week 3
Jacksonville Jaguars Limiting attendance to 25% of capacity
Kansas City Chiefs Limiting attendance to 22% of capacity
Las Vegas Raiders No fans during the 2020 season
Los Angeles Chargers No fans until further notice
Los Angeles Rams No fans until further notice
Miami Dolphins Limiting attendance to 20% of capacity
Minnesota Vikings No fans for Week 6 game vs. Falcons
New England Patriots No fans for at least four two games
New Orleans Saints No fans for first four home games
New York Giants No fans until further notice
New York Jets No fans until further notice
Philadelphia Eagles Allowing a 7,500-person capacity as of Week 6
Pittsburgh Steelers Hosted approximately 5,000 fans in Week 5
San Francisco 49ers No fans until further notice
Seattle Seahawks No fans for at least first three home games
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Hosted approximately 6,000 fans in Week 4
Tennessee Titans Set for approximately 8,000 fans in Week 5
Washington Football Team No fans for the 2020 season
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