Notre Dame announces capacity limits for football attendance
|Monday, August 31, 2020, 12:28 PM-|
Notre Dame unveiled a student-centered ticket plan for its football season on Monday.
They will have capacity limited to 20 percent or less for home football games with priority given to students and then the remaining tickets made available to university faculty and staff.
Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich said last week that the ACC had adopted a policy allowing just 200 tickets to away teams for those players' friends and family. Clemson is set to play the temporary-ACC-football-member as previously-scheduled on Nov. 7.
Notre Dame, like Clemson, is using mobile ticketing, will require masks and social-distancing and tailgating is not permitted.
The Tigers have won three in a row in the series, including their last trip to South Bend, Indiana back in 1979 (a 16-10 win).
Notre Dame will have 20% capacity or less for home football games w/priority to students, assuring every student who wants to attend games will be able to do so. Once student demand has been met, remaining tickets will be made available to Notre Dame Faculty & Staff— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) August 31, 2020