Philadelphia: The battle goes on to take down COVID19 and all the sports leagues are doing their best but some are struggling with revenue from (Ticket Sales, Food sales, Merchandise) that they not making by not having the fans inside the stadiums.
Back on January 11, there was a report that MLB wants to have fans inside the stadiums for the 2021 season.
So with that being said, it is being left to each team to create their own health plan for having fans in the stadium and also going with whatever restrictions that the city & state health officials come up with.
On Tuesday, the city of Philadelphia would hold their weekly press conference on how Philadelphia has done in the fight with COVID19.
Health Commissioner Dr Thomas Farley was asked about what will the city be looking at to make their decision if the Phillies can have fans inside of Citizens Bank Park for the 2021 season.
As of right now, there is a ban on large gatherings in Philadelphia until February 28
but regarding crowd size, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf put the limits on indoor and outdoor venues based on capacity of the venue.
The Phillies are currently scheduled to play Spring Training games in Clearwater Florida on February 27 and play their first regular season game on April 1 at Citizens Bank Park
2021 regular season schedule
Stay tuned as more updates will be coming in about fans inside Citizens Bank Park for the 2021 season.