BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Ravens play their rival Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 1 and season-ticket holders can get a chance to be at the game.
In a message to season-ticket holders Tuesday, the Ravens said they have gotten approval from Gov. Larry Hogan to bring fans back to M&T Bank Stadium but the team is still in discussions with the city of Baltimore. If approved, capacity would be limited to 10%, meaning there could be around 7,100 fans, players and employees in the stadium.
PSL owners have the first chance to get tickets to the game through a lottery system, according to the message.
“At this time, we are only offering the Steelers game on November 1 for sale. When appropriate, we will notify you regarding ticket sales for the remaining home games with the Titans, Cowboys, Jaguars and Giants,” the team said.
“If you are interested in entering the lottery for tickets for the November 1 game, please review the following information in its entirety and submit your lottery request form using the link below no later than Wednesday, October 21 at 11:59 p.m.,” the email continued.
The letter also notes what fans should expect at the stadium and they also ask anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to stay home.
Among the restrictions:
- Fans must wear masks at all times unless actively eating and drinking, and social distancing will be required as well;
- The gates will open 90 minutes before kickoff;
- All tickets will be distributed electronically and only one entry per account will be allowed; and
- The seating bowl pod sizes range from two to six seats.
The fulfillment process will begin on Thursday, Oct. 22.
Fans with questions should reach out to the team by phone at (410) 261-RAVE (7283) or by email at email@example.com. Regular business hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.