Eagles welcome fans back to their stadium beginning Sunday

Noble Horvath

Welcome back, Philadelphia Eagles fans. Well, at least a relatively small number, anyway. The Eagles on Tuesday were thrilled to announce that the City of Philadelphia amended its ban on outdoor gatherings through the end of February to align with the loosened restrictions announced by Pa. Gov. Wolf a week […]

Welcome back, Philadelphia Eagles fans.

Well, at least a relatively small number, anyway.

The Eagles on Tuesday were thrilled to announce that the City of Philadelphia amended its ban on outdoor gatherings through the end of February to align with the loosened restrictions announced by Pa. Gov. Wolf a week earlier that limits large outdoor stadiums to 15 percent capacity with a maximum of 7,500.

It means that around 6,000 fans or so may attend Sunday’s game with the Baltimore Ravens because the limit of 7,500 includes every person in the building: players, coaches, staff, stadium personnel, police and emergency medical personnel and media.

On Wednesday, single-game tickets for games against the Ravens (Oct. 18) and New York Giants (Oct. 22) will go on sale to season-ticket holders who have opted into the 2020 season. Tickets will be sold in groups with the ability to purchase as many as six tickets in the same seating pod. Any remaining tickets for the Ravens and Giants games will go on sale to the general public and communicated at a later date, according to the team.

Single-game tickets for the remaining 2020 home games will go on sale in the coming weeks.

More to come.

Morning Call reporter Nick Fierro can be reached at 610-778-2243 or [email protected]

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