By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Heinz Field is asking Steelers fans to “brush up” on coronavirus mitigation policies before Sunday’s game.
Guidance posted to Heinz Field’s website says face coverings must be worn and will be enforced at all times. They also say “two yards can change the game” and that physical distancing will also be enforced.
Coming to Heinz Field this weekend?
Brush up on all of our policies and procedures for Game Day by visiting https://t.co/1VkuxEZVJp!
— Heinz Field (@heinzfield) October 8, 2020
Hungry fans will be able to order food through a contactless ordering system. Alcohol will also be available.
The lots open at 11 a.m. but no tailgating is allowed. All gates will open at 11:30 a.m.
There will also be some changes to when and where fans can park at Heinz Field.
The lots that will be open are:
- Gold 1 Garage
- Gold Lot 1
- Gold Lot 2
- Gold Lot 4
- Red Lot 7A
- Red Lot 7B
- Red Lot 7C
- Green Lot 21
And the lots that will be closed are:
- Green 22 & 23
- Lots 7D – 7J
- Red 5 Garage
- Red 5A
- Lot 6
- Blue 10 Garage
You can learn more about parking and directions online.
This season, fans will notice changes to when & where they can park on Game Day.
Not all lots will remain open, but we have you covered with everything you need to know (including directions!) at https://t.co/WQiDY3e87S.
— Heinz Field (@heinzfield) October 9, 2020
You can read more about Heinz Field’s policies and procedures on the stadium’s website.
The Steelers are allowing about 5,500 fans into Heinz Field after Gov. Tom Wolf eased gathering limits Tuesday.
- Gov. Tom Wolf Adjusting Gathering Limit Guidelines According To Venue Occupancy Limits
- Federal Appeals Court Temporarily Restores Pennsylvania’s Gathering Limits
- Pittsburgh Steelers Have ‘Productive’ Talks With Public Health Officials About Fans At Heinz Field
- Pittsburgh Steelers Hoping To Have ‘Limited Amount Of Fans’ In Attendance At Heinz Field In October
- Federal Judge Rules Pa.’s Shutdown Order Unconstitutional; Wolf Administration Will File Appeal