In the state of Philadelphia, the inclusion of spectators is prohibited for this season, both for the NFL and MLB teams.
Philadelphia Eagles It will play its home games without spectators this season, due to restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, which is currently hitting the United States primarily.
City officials informed the aforementioned club, as well as the Philies, the MLB franchise, that fans will not be allowed to attend home games in 2020.
Several NFL teams, such as the Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots, have already announced their plans to host a limited number of public in their stadiums, with the proper and recommended social distance.
However, the Eagles games at Lincoln Financial Field in 2020 will have no fans as experts believe that it is impossible to completely rule out the spread of COVID-19 among a crowd.
In this context, the managing director of the mentioned North American state, Brian Abernathy, commented in the Philadelphia Inquirer: “We were in communication with the Eagles. We have told them that our expectations are that they do not have fans (in their stadium)”.
The MLB 2020 season will finally begin next week, while the NFL campaign will kick off in September.
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