Giants fans can get their first in-person look at the team in three weeks, when New York visits the Dallas Cowboys. That’s because fans are being allowed to attend games at AT&T Stadium.
The Cowboys had more than 21,000 fans in attendance for Sunday’s 40-39 win over the Atlanta Falcons. More than 90,000 attended the Cowboys’ home opener in 2019.
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According to the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys “established and clearly communicated safety guidelines, but compliance varied noticeably by person and was influenced by events in the game itself.”
Behind each goal post, AT&T Stadium’s large doors were open to increase airflow. The retractable roof was closed. … Masks are required to be worn at all times, except when eating or drinking or for children younger than 10. The requirement is in effect at all NFL games where fans are allowed. Drinking fountains were closed. In restrooms, sinks and urinals alternated between those in use and those unavailable because of social distancing.
Fans looking to buy tickets for the Giants-Cowboys game on Sunday, Oct. 11 can buy tickets at StubHub.
In terms of booking travel for a road trip to Texas, here are some helpful links:
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