4,300 fans will be welcome at M&T Bank Stadium for Ravens v. Steelers

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Posted at 9:27 AM, Oct 23, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-23 09:40:13-04

BALTIMORE — Following last week's order from Governor Larry Hogan allowing some fans to return to the stands for Ravens games, the team and Mayor Jack Young have agreed on a number.

Beginning November 1 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, 4,300 fans can return to M&T Bank Stadium.

Under the plan, the Ravens will allow approximately 3,000 fans into lower bowl seats, 800 people into club-level seats, and 500 fans into suites.

The upper bowl will remain closed off for now.

Hogan's order permits 10% overall capacity, but also limits each section to 10% capacity.

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The lower bowl has a capacity of 30,000 fans, and the club level has a capacity of 8,000 fans. The total stadium capacity is 70,000.

Tailgating is still not allowed anywhere within 1,000 feet from the stadium or any lot associated with it.

Earlier this week, the Ravens announced a lottery system that would determine which season ticket holders could attend.

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