Friday morning, the Jaguars announced limited stadium capacity for the 2020 NFL season.
They will follow local, state, and CDC guidelines for social distancing. Their home stadium, TIAA Bank Field, will operate at 25% capacity, or roughly just under 17,000 fans per home game. Any future increases in capacity will be made based on changes to the state of the nation's health and safety and in compliance with guidelines set forth by local and state authorities and the CDC.
All season ticket purchases will be refunded and credited to accounts to be used towards 2021 season tickets. Full cash refunds for season tickets will also be available upon request.
Should season ticket holders elect not to attend 2020 games, they will not lose their season ticket memberships moving forward into 2021. All 2020 seats will be protected and offered for renewal in 2021.
Changes to parking and entry into the stadium will be announced in the coming weeks.
All guests attending games will be required to wear face masks. There will be additional hand sanitizing stations throughout the stadium. Concessions and merchandise sales will also be cashless in most situations.
Stay tuned for more.
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