While the Pittsburgh Steelers are selling tickets for 2020, they’re planning for a scenario where there are fewer fans at Heinz Field than usual. Individual ticket sales for the season went on sale Friday but according to team spokesman Burt Lauten, the team is only selling 50% of those tickets out of an abundance of caution. Here’s what Lauten tweeted yesterday afternoon.
“We are being proactive with these limited amount of tickets as we are preparing for possible social distancing scenarios at Heinz Field this year,” Lauten said.
The NFL has yet to make any announcement about if fans can attend games this year and if so, how many will be let in.