Outdoor sporting venues will be limited to 10% of total capacity. Please enable cookies on your web browser in order to continue. Located at 1600 Fedex Way, Landover, MD 20785, USA, thousands flock from all over to see games at this legendary venue. Plus, large gatherings like tailgating, will not be allowed. The number of luxury suites also increased from 199 to 243. Gov.

“With our key health metrics low and stable, we are taking steps to allow more spectators, including fans of the Baltimore Ravens and the Washington Football Team, to safely attend games in the stands,” Gov. Hogan said. We use cookies and other technologies to customize your experience, perform analytics and deliver personalized advertising on our sites, apps and newsletters and across the Internet based on your interests. The seating capacity was increased from 86,000 to over 91,000.
Only a small number of family members of players and coaches have been permitted into the stands during games. Has the emotional high from destroying the division-rival Dallas Cowboys worn off for you just yet? It's easy for even a bad team to look great when playing someone as banged-up as the Cowboys are, but we won't let that stop us from giving credit... After Washington linebacker Jon Bostic put a late and slightly dirty hit on Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton late in the game on Sunday, many thought that Bostic might face a suspension, especially after being ejected from the game. This content is currently not available in your region. Larry Hogan said on Friday that a limited number of fans will be allowed at FedEx Field and M&T Bank Stadium. M&T Bank Stadium has a total capacity of 71,008, so under the new rules, a maximum of roughly 7,100 people could fill the stands and the field.

Hogan said that fan attendance would be limited at 10% of the stadium capacity. If the answer is a resounding 'no,' we don't blame you, simply because that was one of the more enjoyable afternoons that any fan of the Washington Football Team has had in some years. ANNAPOLIS, Md. Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks announced today that the State Board of Elections has approved the County's request for FedExField to be used as an Election Day Vote Center for the November 3, 2020 general election. Since FedEx Field is in Prince George's County, it’s up … FedEx Field is unlikely to allow fans despite Hogan order allowing 10 percent capacity. Washington might be good enough to make the playoffs in 2020, but at what cost?


M&T Bank Stadium has a total capacity of 71,008 and FedEx Field has a capacity of 82,000. We pondered earlier this week what it would take for Washington to start opening up FedEx Field to outside fans, and with Maryland being on the lower end of the nationwide spectrum when it comes to COVID-19 cases.

From the opening kick, Washington seemed to be in complete control of the game, and the victory was never in doubt. Terry Hasseltine, the Executive Director of the Maryland Sports Commission, said the added capacity is welcome news. A day after defeating the Dallas Cowboys 25-3, Washington head coach Ron Rivera received his final chemotherapy treatment for lymph node cancer, and his exit from the hospital was a special moment that was filmed and shared with the world. Coronavirus Outbreak In Maryland: WJZ Complete Coverage, Police Release Information After Arrest Of A Black Man In Anne Arundel County Goes Viral, Fire Breaks Out In Ocean City, Maryland Condo Building, Boat, Jet Ski Fire Breaks Out In Ocean City, Maryland, Coronavirus In Maryland: 565 New Cases Reported As Positivity Rate, ICU Beds Climb Up, Maryland State Board Education Symbolically Approves Encouraging Local Districts To Reopen, Move Up Winter Sports, WJZ Anchor Rick Ritter, Wife Nicole Welcome First Child Savannah, Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Increases As 5 More Deaths Reported, Police Capture Escaped Baltimore County Detention Center Prisoner Kyle Rogowski, Baltimore County Escaped Inmate Kyle Rogowski Back In Custody, Emergency Response Team Heads To Ocean City, Maryland Following Reports Of Oil On Delaware Beaches.

Larry Hogan announced on Friday that the state of Maryland will allow fans back in the stands to watch outdoor sporting events, including the Washington Football Team and the Baltimore Ravens. However, Washington has yet to announce that fans will be allowed. In a statement Friday, evening, the Ravens said, “We received Governor Hogan’s order today updating limits for outdoor sporting venues, which would allow up to 10% of total capacity.

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