Philadelphia: We are only a couple weeks away until NFL season begins as there is no preseason as this is something that no one has ever experienced.
As we know there is a ban right now on large gatherings in the City of Philadelphia that was set on July 14 and it would last until February 2021.
One of the questions does this go for Pro Sports and for the Philadelphia Eagles 2020 season.
On Thursday, Mayor Jim Kenney & Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley held their press briefing on how the City of Philadelphia is doing with the fight of the Coronavirus.
A question was asked if they have a date in mind in letting the Philadelphia Eagles know if they can have fans in Lincoln Financial Field for the 2020 season as the Eagles first home game is set for September 20
On July 6, the Eagles sent out a letter to season ticket holders on what is going on for the upcoming season & what can they do about their tickets
The Eagles schedule for the 2020 season.
So far a couple NFL teams have already made their decision about having fans in their stadiums for the upcoming season
New York Giants & New York Jets will have NO FANS
Green Bay Packers said NO fans for first two home games
NFL team in Washington DC said NO Fans for the 2020 season
Dallas Cowboys said they will have fans for the season
Baltimore Ravens said NO but if things change, they will be able to
Pittsburgh Steelers will have limited attendance, amount TBA
Back on July July 22, the NFL came out and said if fans are allowed in the stadiums for the 2020 season, they would have to wear a mask
Stay tuned as we continue to get updates on if fans can be allowed into Lincoln Financial Field for the 2020 season.