After more than a year of empty stadiums, USC will soon play football in front of fans.
Spectators won’t be packing the 77,000-seat Coliseum just yet. But USC will open its spring showcase to approximately 5,000 fans Saturday after state and county health officials approved limited crowds for the university’s remaining home spring sport events.
The spring showcase at the Coliseum remains the only event open to the general public, with season-ticket holders offered the first opportunity to purchase tickets. Other spring sports events, including baseball, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, women’s water polo, and women’s lacrosse will be open only to “a limited number of family members and guests of student-athletes and coaches.