Tom Brady is going back to the Super Bowl and Kansas City is making another appearance! Although the Super Bowl this year is sure to be an exciting game, due to Covid this year things will be a little different.
How will the Super Bowl be different in 2021? While the Super Bowl is still moving forward, precautions will be put in place for game attendees.
For those looking to attend the biggest game of the year, expect to pay big bucks. Current tickets are going for around $6,000 with some as high as $17,000 because of limited seats.
This won’t be your typical football game with new precautions and standards being put in place. NFL.com says, “Your health and safety, along with that of our players, coaches, and staff is – and has always been – priority number one. As NFL fans, we’re all in this together when it comes to taking on the common opponent covid-19. Together we help protect each other – it takes all of us! To that end, we have partnered with state and local officials along with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to develop some new protocols to help maximize your confidence, safety and comfort in coming to Raymond James Stadium and enjoying a seamless experience from the parking lot and turnstiles to concourses and ultimately, your seats.”
- Social distancing will be in place.
- Face masks are required.
- Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the stadium.
- Those up close seats may not be available to keep a safe distance between the teams and the fans.
Attendees must confirm the following before attending the game:
- Within the last 14 days, ticketholders have not tested positive for, or been exposed to, covid-19.
- Within the last 48 hours, ticketholders have not experienced symptoms of covid-19(e.g., fever of 100.4⁰ F or higher, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, repeated shaking, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, or any other symptoms associated with covid-19 identified by the CDC).
- Within the last 14 days, ticketholders have not travelled to any state or international territory identified by federal or applicable local governments as being subject to travel or quarantine advisories due to covid-19.
For details visit NFL.com.