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Titans Announce Fans to Be Allowed in a Limited Capacity to Attend Home Games in 2020

Titans fans who love being live at games are rejoicing today at the news that fans are going to be allowed into Nissan Stadium for the rest of the 2020 season.

The team’s site announced Thursday that the stadium will “open at limited capacity beginning with the team’s October 4 contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers. After that, the attendance will gradually increase for games in October with the goal of reaching a fixed capacity for the remaining games in November and December.”

This Sunday’s home game against the Jacksonville Jaguars will be closed to the general public.

The club released how the uptick in fans at home games will work moving forward:

The team’s October 4 game against the Steelers will be open to season ticket members up to 10 percent, which is roughly 7,000 fans in the lower bowl and club levels.

The October 11 game against the Bills will allow 12.5 percent, or roughly 8,600.

The October 18 game against the Texans will allow 15 percent, or roughly 10,400.

After that – the Titans are scheduled to play two games at Nissan Stadium in November (vs. Chicago and Indianapolis) and two games in December (vs. Cleveland and Detroit — capacity could reach 21 percent, roughly 14,500 fans, which is the maximum capacity the facility can accommodate under current CDC guidelines. Outside of the seating bowl, suites will operate at a limited capacity.


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