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Lincoln Financial Field will have some real faces in the seats this Sunday when they take on the Baltimore Ravens!
Last week, Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf allowed fans to come back to sporting events in small capacity. Today, Mayor Kenney and the City of Philadelphia approved this to allow Eagles fans back in attendance.
The Eagles’ official website released the key information below.
“The stadium occupancy will be limited to 7,500 total people, which includes players,
coaches, team and stadium personnel, media, and fans.
Ticket sales for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens and next Thursday night's
game against the New York Giants begin on Wednesday for Season Ticket Members
who opted into the 2020 season.
Tickets will be sold in groups with the ability to purchase as many as six tickets in the
same seating pod. Any remaining tickets for the Ravens and Giants games will go on
sale to the general public at a later date. Single-game tickets for the remaining 2020
home games will go on sale at a later date.”
It does not state how many fans will be allowed to attend, the Pittsburgh Steelers allowed 5,500 fans in last Sunday.
Fans will be required to wear masks and follow all social distancing guidelines.
The Eagles are currently 0-1-1 at home this season. They finished 19-8 including the playoffs at Lincoln Financial from 2017-2019.
Maybe having some fan support will give the Eagles a boost as they return home this Sunday against the Ravens.