Cowboys Expect 20k Fans for Home Opener against Falcons
The Dallas Cowboys are currently still selling tickets for this weekends home opener against the Atlanta Falcons.
AT&T Stadium has a capacity of 80,000 with space for up to 100,000. Right now Texas does allow 50% capacity for sporting events due to covid, but it seems the Cowboys don’t want to have an excess of 40,000 fans at the stadium yet.
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, all unused seats will be zip tied together.
The #Cowboys are selling tickets for Sunday’s home game against the Falcons. The team says it won’t report capacity until the weekend. Texas allows 50 percent but Mike McCarthy said he anticipated 20,000 fans. Unused seats have been zip_tied together.
— Ed Werder (@WerderEdESPN) September 17, 2020
If you had the chance, would you go to the game this weekend?
Cowboys expect 20k fans for their upcoming Home Opener against the Falcons this weekend. If you had the chance, would you go? Are you going?
— Sports Talk with Jason, Ed & B-DOE (@SportsTalkKLBJ) September 17, 2020