WRESTLEMANIA 37: NFLs Super Bowl LV attendance details serve as preview for WrestleMania

Posted on 1/23/121 by Colin Vassallo



In what could be a sign of things to come for WrestleMania,
the NFL announced that the Super Bowl at the Raymond James
Stadium will have 22,000 fans in attendance, 7,500 of whom
will be vaccinated health care workers from Central Florida.

Raymond James Stadium holds 65,000 fans and is expendable up
to 75,000 fans if needed, with the 2017 CFP National
Championship Game holding the attendance record of 74,512 so
far.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said that the 7,500 health
care workers will be getting free tickets for the event as a
thank you for putting their own lives at risk to serve
others. The other 14,500 fans will be ticketed and there
will be mandatory mask-wearing, social-distancing, podded
seating, touchless concession stands and other security
checkpoints.

WWE has so far refused to say how much fans theyre planning
to allow inside the stadium for WrestleMania but you can bet
it will be more than 22,000, making it the largest-attended
sports and entertainment event in a year.

The company is supposed to announce ticket details as well
as safety protocol in the next few weeks. Fans from several
countries, including those within the European Union as well
as the United Kingdom and Ireland, cannot travel to the
United States due to a ban in place to reduce the
transmission of COVID-19. President Trump had signed an
order to lift this ban on January 26 but now President
Bidens administration has said that the ban will remain in
place.




































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