The Bengals stadium will soon be filling up, and with more than just some cardboard human fan cutouts.
The State of Ohio has approved a capacity increase from 6,000 spectators to 12,000, after their recent winning game against Jacksonville proved their ability to welcome guests safely.
The State of Ohio has approved a variance that will allow us to host 12,000 spectators at the six remaining home games this season.— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) October 6, 2020
There are six remaining home games this season, including the forthcoming game against the Cleveland Browns on Oct. 25.
"Additional inventory for the Browns game, primarily on the Canopy Level, will go on sale on a date to be determined. The Bengals will reach out to Season Ticket Members and fans with more specifics this week," a press release from The Bengals reads.
The rest of this season's home games at Paul Brown Stadium take place:
- Nov. 1 against the Tennessee Titans
- Nov. 29 against the New York Giants
- Dec. 13 against the Dallas Cowboys
- Dec. 21 against the Pittsburgh Steelers
- Jan. 3 against the Baltimore Ravens
Visitors must wear face coverings, participate in safe and healthy behaviors and social distance at the forthcoming home games.
According to the release, Season Ticket Members and fans will receive ticket info regarding the remaining games this week.
For more COVID-related info, visit bengals.com/covid.