The Kansas City Chiefs will celebrate their Super Bowl LIV title and take on the Houston Texans in the NFL’s season opener in front of a reduced crowd at Arrowhead Stadium.
The Chiefs have announced a plan allowing 22% of stadium capacity to attend upcoming home games. Single-game tickets for the first three matchups will go on sale to season-ticket holders Aug. 24 by tenure and will be sold in grouped pods of seats. Season-ticket holders will be able to purchase as many as six seats in a pod.
The team says fans will be required to wear a mask at all times while at the stadium, except for when they are “actively eating or drinking.” All staff working home games will be directed to wear personal protective equipment.
The first game of the season is September 10th.