Super Bowl is nearly here, and for some lucky fans, they’ll be at SoFi Stadium for the Cincinnati Bengals vs the Los Angeles Rams, but just how many fans are expected to be in attendance?
Joe Burrow’s Cincinnati Bengals will take on Matthew Stafford’s Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium for the 2022 Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Super Bowl is one of the planet’s premier sporting events, and as such, tickets are often hard to come by for the game.
The game is taking place at the Rams home SoFi Stadium – but just how many fans are expected to be in the ground?
Are there any restrictions based on Covid-19 measures for spectators in California?
Number of fans at Super Bowl
Opened in September 2020, SoFi Stadium has a capacity of 70,240 seats for fans – and it is expected to be full for Super Bowl.
Those visiting the stadium will be required to present their vaccine status or a negative test for Covid-19.
Masks will be necessary.
Despite the minor restrictions, Super Bowl is expected to be a sell-out – with over 70,000 fans inside the $5 billion arena.
Difference from 2021
The 2021 Super Bowl was officially the least attended in history, thanks to the pandemic.
Only 25,000 fans were allowed into the Raymond James Stadium as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won in their home stadium.
This year, the attendance of fans at Super Bowl is back to normal as SoFi Stadium hosts the showpiece event for the first time.
It will be the eighth time the Greater Los Angeles area has hosted the game.
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