The Indianapolis Colts have been given clearance to host up to 12,500 fans at Lucas Oil Stadium for the Week 12 game against the Tennessee Titans, the team announced Tuesday.
Given the protocols surrounding COVID-19, the Colts and the league are still taking precautions to slow the spread of the virus.
Just as the Colts will be doing in Week 11 against the Green Bay Packers, the organization has been steady in their crowd capacity for the majority of the season. Though it started small to begin the campaign, the Colts have been hosting up to 12,500 for the last few home games.
We will host up to 12,500 fans for our Week 12 rematch against the Titans on Nov. 29.
Tickets are available now.
— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) November 17, 2020
The Colts are in the thick of the AFC playoff race with seven games remaining. Currently holding the No. 4 seed thanks to their lead over the Titans in the division, the Colts have a big stretch of games coming up.
They have to get through this week’s game against the Packers first, but the Titans game will hold massive playoff implications entering the final month of the season.
Regardless, there will continue to be fans in the stands for the Week 12 home game against the Titans.