COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - Following other school announcements, Auburn University and The University of Georgia posted ticket and in-person guidelines for football games in the fall and there will be a limit to the number of people who can attend games in person.
Auburn announcing it will keep it at around 20-percent, writing on it’s athletic website: “Under the direction of state health officials, Jordan-Hare Stadium capacity will be reduced to approximately 20% to begin the 2020 football season.” Additionally, there will be no tailgating. Students will be getting information on ticket availability.
According to the University of Georgia’s althletic, seating will be limited to “20-25 percent capacity”. The school adds that all “tickets will be available in blocks of 4 to maximize inventory and maintain social distancing measures.”
The University of Alabama had already announced that it would allow for only 20 percent capacity for it’s home games. No word yet on Auburn University’s plans.
This is a developing story.