ARLINGTON (WBAP/KLIF NEWS)- Some fans will get the chance to see the Dallas Cowboys home opener in person amid COVID-19.
Head Coach Mike McCarthy announced in a press conference the stadium will be at 25% capacity this Sunday, allowing almost 20,000 fans to see the game in person. Fans will be required to wear face masks inside and outside the stadium.
McCarthy says he is looking forward to fans being at the game, after none were allowed at the season opener in Los Angeles.
“We’ll have some live energy in the building I’m pretty confident the music and the game operations will be a little different than it was this past week,” said McCarthy.
The Cowboys are now one of six teams to allow some fans in the stands while some are waiting until later in the season to do so
The Cowboys take on the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday for the home opener. Kick-Off is set for 12:00 p.m. CT.