Iowa football announces ticket plan for 2020 season

Iowa will have only have 10,000 to 15,000 fans inside Kinnick Stadium this fall for football games. Nebraska is scheduled to visit Iowa City on Sept. 26 to take on the Hawkeyes. 
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IOWA CITY, Iowa – Iowa will have only have 10,000 to 15,000 fans inside Kinnick Stadium this fall for football games. Nebraska is scheduled to visit Iowa City on Sept. 26 to take on the Hawkeyes.

Here is a full list of guidelines for game day provided by the Iowa athletic department:

  • If we play and fans are permitted to attend, the five home B1G Conference games will be sold as single games and not as a season ticket. This provides for greater access and flexibility for our season ticket holders and the opportunity to increase or decrease capacity as the season unfolds.
  • Main stand and premium seating in Kinnick Stadium will follow six-feet social distancing guidelines.
  • Capacity will be reduced to approximately 10-15,000 seats per game.
  • Fans will be required to wear face coverings and additional mitigation strategies have been implemented.
  • All tickets and parking passes will be mobile.
  • UI Students will have access to single game tickets in the student section. The capacity will be limited and distribution plans are still being finalized.
  • Parking lots will be restricted to 50% capacity and open four hours before kickoff.

To provide more access to the limited number of tickets, there will not be season tickets or season parking this year.

  • New single-game prices will be announced soon and they will be priced by stadium section and game.
  • Fans will select tickets in groups of two or four, socially distanced throughout the stadium.
  • Seat locations will be best available at the time of purchase, by section.
  • Parking will also be sold on a single-game basis with one spot per account.
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