Which NFL Teams will have Fans in 2020: Taking a look at where all 32 NFL stadiums stand in terms of allowing fans in attendance for 2020 regular season games.

The wait is finally over. The Chiefs and Texans are playing the first game of the 2020 season in a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship.

At Arrowhead, NFL fans finally got a glimpse of what socially distanced crowds may look like amid the coronavirus pandemic. Although there are just 16,000 fans in attendance, they have been pretty loud on 3rd downs here in the first half.

The Chiefs are 1 of just 4 NFL teams who have chosen to allow limited fan attendance for home games amid the coronavirus pandemic. 26 teams will not allow fans in attendance and the remaining 2 teams have not officially announced their plans.

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Here is the latest update on where all 32 teams stand:

Arizona Cardinals

Stadium: State Farm Stadium

Status: Will not allow fans for first 2 home games

Atlanta Falcons

Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Status: Will not allow fans for first 3 home games

Baltimore Ravens

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium

Status: No fans will be allowed until further notice

Buffalo Bills

Stadium: Bills Stadium

Status: Will not allow fans for first 2 home games

Carolina Panthers

Stadium: Bank of America Stadium

Status: Will not allow fans for home opener

Chicago Bears

Stadium: Soldier Field

Status: No fans will be allowed until further notice

Cincinatti Bengals

Stadium: Paul Brown Stadium

Status: Will not allow fans for first 2 home games

Cleveland Browns

Stadium: FirstEnergy Stadiums

Status: Awaiting decision from the State regarding limited fan attendance

Dallas Cowboys

Stadium: AT&T Stadium

Status: Will allow fans in attendance but are yet to announce capacity

Denver Broncos

Stadium: Empower Field

Status: Will not allow fans for home opener

Detroit Lions

Stadium: Ford Field

Status: Will not allow fans for first 2 home games

Green Bay Packers

Stadium: Lambeau Field

Status: Will not allow fans for first 2 home games

Houston Texans

Stadium: NRG Stadium

Status: Will not allow fans for home opener

Indianapolis Colts

Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium

Status: Will allow 2,500 fans for home opener (4% capacity)

Jacksonville Jaguars

Stadium: TIAA Bank Field

Status: Will allow 17,000 fans for all games (25% capacity)

Kansas City Chiefs

Stadium: Arrowhead Stadium

Status: Will allow 16,000 fans for all games (22% capacity)

Los Angeles Chargers and Rams

Stadium: So-Fi Stadium

Status: No fans will be allowed until public health conditions improve

Las Vegas Raiders

Stadium: Allegiant Stadium

Status: Raiders will play entire season without fans

Miami Dolphins

Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium

Status: Will allow 13,000 fans for home opener (20% capacity)

Minnesota Vikings

Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium

Status: Will not allow fans for first 2 home games

New England Patriots

Stadium: Gillette Stadium

Status: No fans will be allowed at least until end of September

New Orleans Saints

Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Status: Will not allow fans for home opener

New York Giants and Jets

Stadium: MetLife Stadium

Status: No fans will be allowed until further notice

Philadelphia Eagles

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field

Status: No fans will be allowed until further notice

Pittsburgh Steelers

Stadium: Heinz Field

Status: Will not allow fans for first 2 home games

San Francisco 49ers

Stadium: Levi’s Stadium

Status: Will not allow fans for home opener

Seattle Seahawks

Stadium: CenturyLink Field

Status: Will not allow fans for first 3 home games

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Stadium: Raymond James Stadium

Status: Will not allow fans for first 2 home games

Tennessee Titans

Stadium: Nissan Stadium

Status: Will not allow fans for home opener

Washington Football Team

Stadium: FedEx Field

Status: No fans will be allowed throughout 2020 season

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