Alabama football has reportedly told its season ticket holders that it will be allowing approximately 20 percent capacity at home football games at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Seeing that the stadium holds 101,821 fans, this means that the Crimson Tide will welcome over 20,300 fans through the gates this fall.
The letter was sent out to season ticket holders just hours after the SEC announced on Tuesday that allowing fans to attend home games would be left up to the universities themselves. The SEC announcement did specify that all fans must wear masks.
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The SEC, Big 12, and ACC are moving forward with fall football while the PAC 12 and Big Ten have both canceled football and other fall sports this year.
Alabama is set to open up its season on the road at Missouri on Sept. 26. The 20,000+ fans will be able to watch the Crimson Tide in person the following week when Alabama hosts Texas A&M.