The Los Angeles Rams have sent out a letter to their fan base stating their season plan in regards to social distancing for the 2020 NFL regular season.
The Rams, who will be sharing a stadium with the Los Angeles Chargers, were anticipating their debut season in the brand new Sofi Stadium.
The Chargers were planning to bring in a new fan base and attract more viewers as they moved from their long time home of San Diego, California.
Sofi Stadium is taking quick and extra precaution to this season since it is brand new and has a long life ahead.
The fans were notified that season tickets “will not be possible” for the Rams (and probably Chargers), per the teams’ website.
The statement also included that any fan attendance, in general, is still possible, but if that were to occur then there would be a limited amount per game and social distancing restrictions would apply.
The Chargers didn’t have a lot of trouble filling seats in Qualcomm Stadium before their move to Los Angeles, but now it has shown to be almost an embarrassment for their home games.
There is one positive that the Bolts can take from this and that would be the fact that now all games will be at an even playing field in regards to the crowd playing a factor.
Assuming every team follows their lead, everyone will most likely be playing without fans this season.
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