KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Attendance will remain limited at Arrowhead Stadium under plans announced Thursday to sell approximately 17,000 tickets for the Chiefs' final three home games.
The club announced that the 22% capacity limit will remain for home games against the Denver Broncos on Dec. 6, Atlanta Falcons on Dec. 27 and Los Angeles Chargers on Jan. 3.
A Chiefs season ticket member presale will begin Nov. 2, the details of which will be emailed to ticket members.
If any tickets remain, they will go on sale to Jackson County residents and the general public on Nov. 5.
Tickets will continue to be sold in pods of up to six seats, and fans will be required to attend games with a known guest.
Masks will be required at all times inside the stadium unless a person is actively eating or drinking, and bags remain prohibited to minimize contact in the screening process.
Additional COVID-19 guidelines — including a ban on smoking, vaping and spitting; cashless in-stadium transactions; and zones for parking and inside Arrowhead — remain in place.
Parking must be purchased in advance and tailgating is only allowed with people from the same pod.
Anyone who feels sick, shows COVID-19 symptoms or recently had close contact with someone who tested positive should stay home, the Chiefs advise.
Kansas City hosts the New York Jets on Sunday and the Carolina Panthers on Nov. 8.