Arizona Cardinals can host around 1,200 fans against Seahawks in Week 7


General view of the action between the Arizona Cardinals and the Detroit Lions during the first half of the NFL game at State Farm Stadium on September 08, 2019 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen / Getty Images)

The Arizona Department of Health Services has given permission for the Arizona Cardinals to increase fan participation to around 1,200 in their Week 7 game against the Seattle Seahawks.

Season ticket holders can attend a game at State Farm Stadium for the first time in 2020 when the Cardinals face the NFC West executives on October 25, the Cardinals announced on Friday.

“The seats in this very limited allocation will be made available exclusively to subscription members in order of account seniority,” the team said in a statement. “To accommodate the greatest number of seasonal subscribers, seats will only be sold in quantities of two and allocated in accordance with all local and national COVID-19 guidelines.”

On Friday, the Cardinals will contact season ticket holders in an email with further instructions on how they can participate.

The Cardinals tested their coronavirus prevention protocols by allowing 750 people, all friends and family, to witness their Sept. 27 loss to the Detroit Lions.

For the Seahawks game, supporters will be split in pairs of two with 600 supporters on either side of the stadium. Masks will be mandatory for fans and seats will be strapped between their seats to ensure social distancing.

Gaming and parking tickets will be distributed digitally and scanned contactless, while concessions will also be contactless.

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