Where each of the 32 NFL teams stands on allowing fans into stadiums

As we enter Week 15 of the 2020 NFL regular season, some teams are allowing fans into stadiums, while others are still playing games without anyone in attendance.

Attending games at stadiums across the country depends on where and when, and guidelines vary from state to state regarding the coronavirus pandemic and the level of COVID-19 cases.

We asked each of our NFL Nation reporters to check with team officials to see where things stand as of Nov. 12:

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Buffalo Bills

Stadium: Bills Stadium

Capacity: 71,608

What we know: The Bills announced there would be no fans allowed at Bills Stadium for the "foreseeable future." Buffalo has one home remaining, Week 17 against Miami. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques

Miami Dolphins

Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium

Capacity: 65,326

What we know: The Dolphins will not open their stadium to fans at full capacity despite Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis giving clearance for them to do so. Miami has had a capacity restriction of 13,000 fans for its home games. That plan is expected to continue for now. -- Cameron Wolfe

New England Patriots

Stadium: Gillette Stadium

Capacity: 66,829

What we know: Because of local and state guidelines, the Patriots are not allowing fans at home games for the remainder of the regular season. -- Mike Reiss

New York Jets

Stadium: MetLife Stadium

Capacity: 82,500

What we know: The Jets' policy, formulated by New Jersey state guidelines, hasn't changed: They're not allowing fans at home games until further notice. -- Rich Cimini


Baltimore Ravens

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium

Capacity: 71,008

What we know: The Ravens will not host fans for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans (on Nov. 22), just three weeks after allowing a crowd of 4,345 at M&T Bank Stadium. In a statement, the Ravens said: "In giving the matter careful consideration, and with the rise of Maryland's COVID-19 infection rate and increased hospitalizations, the Ravens believe this decision is the correct one in helping protect the well-being and safety of our community." Baltimore has four remaining home games in the regular season. -- Jamison Hensley

Cincinnati Bengals

Stadium: Paul Brown Stadium

Capacity: 65,515

What we know: The Bengals will have a maximum of 12,000 fans at their remaining five home games this season, including this week's game against Tennessee. Fans will be required to adhere to COVID-19 protocols, including social distancing and using proper face coverings. -- Ben Baby

Cleveland Browns

Stadium: FirstEnergy Stadium

Capacity: 67,895

What we know: Ohio continues to allow up to a maximum of 12,000 fans inside NFL stadiums, with 3,000 on each side, including the upper decks. -- Jake Trotter

Pittsburgh Steelers

Stadium: Heinz Field

Capacity: 68,400

What we know: The Steelers' capacity remains at 5,500 fans, as mandated by the state of Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh has four home games remaining.-- Brooke Pryor


Houston Texans

Stadium: NRG Stadium

Capacity: 72,220

What we know: Capacity at NRG Stadium remains at a maximum of 13,300 fans (about 20%). Tickets are distributed in "pods" that are supposed to consist of only close friends and family. Houston's next home game is in Week 11 against New England.-- Sarah Barshop

Indianapolis Colts

Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium

Capacity: 67,000

What we know: The Colts will maintain fan capacity for their Nov. 22 game against Green Bay will stay at 12,500. -- Mike Wells

Jacksonville Jaguars

Stadium: TIAA Bank Field

Capacity: 67,164

What we know: Capacity at Jaguars home games remains at 25%, which means a max attendance of 16,791. The team said any possible increase in capacity will depend on developments regarding the coronavirus as well as any local, state or federal instructions. -- Mike DiRocco

Tennessee Titans

Stadium: Nissan Stadium

Capacity: 69,143

What we know: The Titans, who have four home games remaining, are hosting fans up to a 21% capacity at Nissan Stadium. The capacity marks the maximum allowable audience under CDC guidelines and it is expected that capacity figure will remain throughout the remainder of the season. -- Turron Davenport


Denver Broncos

Stadium: Empower Field at Mile High

Capacity: 76,125

What we know: The Broncos will have up to 5,700 fans in attendance for each of their five remaining home games, including this week's game against the Chargers. -- Jeff Legwold

Kansas City Chiefs

Stadium: Arrowhead Stadium

Capacity: 72,936

What we know: The Chiefs plan to sell as many as 16,000 tickets, or 22% of Arrowhead Stadium's capacity, for the final three home games, just as they did for the first five. The Chiefs said when the season started they might adjust attendance up or down as the season went along depending on COVID-19 conditions in the Kansas City area, but made no changes to the plan. -- Adam Teicher

Las Vegas Raiders

Stadium: Allegiant Stadium

Capacity: 65,000

What we know: The Raiders, who have five more home games on the schedule, are not allowing fans at this time. -- Paul Gutierrez

Los Angeles Chargers

Stadium: SoFi Stadium

Capacity: 72,240

What we know: The Los Angeles Chargers, Los Angeles Rams and SoFi Stadium announced both Rams and Chargers home games will be held without fans in attendance until further notice. -- Shelley Smith


Dallas Cowboys

Stadium: AT&T Stadium

Capacity: 80,000

What we know: The Cowboys, who have four homes left on the schedule, are hosting fans at up to 25% capacity at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys have had fans at their home games this season, but below the threshold set by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. -- Todd Archer

New York Giants

Stadium: MetLife Stadium

Capacity: 82,500

What we know: No fans are allowed at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey "until further notice." This is according to an executive order from Gov. Phil Murphy that caps outdoor gatherings at 500 people. -- Jordan Raanan

Philadelphia Eagles

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field

Capacity: 69,596

What we know: The Eagles will not have fans at Lincoln Financial Field for the foreseeable future as a result of new restrictions on public gatherings put in place by the city following an increase in coronavirus cases. -- Tim McManus

Washington Football Team

Stadium: FedEx Field

Capacity: 82,000

What we know: With coronavirus cases increasing in Maryland, Washington will have no fans for Sunday's game against Cincinnati. Washington plays in Landover, Maryland. The team had allowed 3,200 fans to attend its Week 9 home game vs. the New York Giants. They have not yet decided on plans for the rest of the season. -- John Keim


Chicago Bears

Stadium: Soldier Field

Capacity: 61,500

What we know: The city of Chicago is still not permitting fans to attend Bears' home games. The Bears and city officials continue to have open dialogue, but the prospects of fans at games in 2020 continues to diminish as COVID-19 cases in the state of Illinois are on the rise. -- Jeff Dickerson

Detroit Lions

Stadium: Ford Field

Capacity: 65,000

What we know: Due to an order from Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer that cites new restrictions because of spikes in COVID-19, the Lions are no longer allowed to have fans for at least their Thanksgiving game on Nov. 26 against Houston. Detroit had been having 500 friends and family in attendance. Reached late Sunday night, a Lions spokesman had no comment on Whitmer's decision. -- Michael Rothstein

Green Bay Packers

Stadium: Lambeau Field

Capacity: 81,441

What we know: The Packers have not allowed any fans at Lambeau Field and have made no plans to do so for the time being. -- Rob Demovsky

Minnesota Vikings

Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium

Capacity: 66,655

What we know: The Vikings announced on Nov. 11 that they will no longer pursue having more than 250 fans for the remainder of the season. Minnesota has four remaining home contests against Dallas, Jacksonville, Carolina and Chicago. The Minnesota Department of Health guidelines limit indoor venue capacity to 250. Since their Week 3 game vs. Tennessee, the Vikings have allowed up to 250 family members of team personnel in attendance to test their game-day protocols.-- Courtney Cronin


Atlanta Falcons

Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Capacity: 71,000

What we know: The Falcons, who have three home games remaining, plan to continue to host a limited number of fans. -- ESPN staff

Carolina Panthers

Stadium: Bank of America Stadium

Capacity: 75,523

What we know: The Panthers remain in Phase 3 based Gov. Roy Cooper's orders, so they are allowed to have only 5,240 fans at Bank of America Stadium. Carolina has four home games remaining, including this weekend's contest vs. Tampa Bay. -- David Newton

New Orleans Saints

Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Capacity: 73,208

What we know: The Saints had 3,000 fans in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for the first time in Week 7. That number will increase to 6,000 for their two November home games. And if local health and safety guidelines remain in place, they can have 15,000 fans at their two December home games. Restrictions are tighter in New Orleans than the rest of the state, so the Saints actually had discussions about potentially moving their games to LSU's Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge before they reached an agreement with New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell. -- Mike Triplett

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Stadium: Raymond James Stadium

Capacity: 65,890

What we know: Tampa Bay, which has four home games remaining on its schedule, will have a max capacity of 25% for fans as that is the maximum allowed under NFL and CDC guidelines. -- Jenna Laine


Arizona Cardinals

Stadium: State Farm Stadium

Capacity: 63,400

What we know: The Cardinals will not have general public fans for their finals two games, Weeks 15 and 16. They will only allow immediate family members of players and staff. -- Josh Weinfuss

Los Angeles Rams

Stadium: SoFi Stadium

Capacity: 72,240

What we know: The Los Angeles Chargers, Los Angeles Rams and SoFi Stadium announced that both Rams and Chargers home games will be held without fans in attendance until further notice. -- Lindsey Thiry

San Francisco 49ers

Stadium: Levi's Stadium

Capacity: 68,500

What we know: Despite an announcement from California Gov. Gavin Newsom that outdoor stadiums meeting the proper requirements in their counties would be able to have up to 20% capacity for home games, the 49ers continue to move forward with no fans. That's because, soon after Newsom's announcement, the Santa Clara County public health department issued a statement saying "audiences at professional sporting events will not be allowed any time soon." The Niners continue to work with the county to figure out a solution but until that can be found, fans are not allowed at Levi's Stadium. -- Nick Wagoner

Seattle Seahawks

Stadium: CenturyLink Field

Capacity: 69,000

What we know: The Seahawks announced on Nov. 10 that they will continue playing without fans at CenturyLink Field for their next home game, which is Thursday, Nov. 19 against Arizona. They haven't hosted fans for their first four home games. Their announcement leaves open the possibility of hosting fans in December in a limited capacity if local public health and government officials determine conditions have improved enough to do so. -- Brady Henderson