GLENDALE, AZ — The Arizona Department of Health Services is allowing more spectators to attend the next Arizona Cardinals home game at State Farm Stadium.
According to a Cardinals media release on Friday, about 1,200 people will be allowed to watch the game versus the Seattle Seahawks in person on Oct. 25. The number of guests is up from the 750 that were allowed to attend the Sept. 27 game against the Detroit Lions.
Team officials say season ticket holders will be allowed to attend in seniority order, only sold in quantities of two, and seats will be assigned with health guidelines in mind.
Ticket holders should expect more information to be sent Friday to their emails about the opportunity.
The team also says:
- Masks will be mandatory for all attendees and failure to comply will result in ejection.
- The 1,200 tickets will be allocated in pods of two on both the east and west sides of the stadium with 600 per side.
- To allow for the necessary social distancing, seats not available will be zip-tied to prevent their use.
- Tickets and parking are 100% digital and will be touch-lessly scanned upon entry. Concessions will also be a contact-less experience.
Additional staff will be on hand to continuously clean all high-contact surfaces and restrooms throughout the event.