The Broncos announced Monday they have been permitted to host at least 5,700 fans for their final six home games this year.
In a letter to season-ticket holders, the Broncos said they have received approval from the state of Colorado and the Department of Public Health and Environment, which is an extension of the guidelines used for the Sept. 27 home game against Tampa Bay.
“Working together closely with the state and public health experts, the Broncos will continue to re-evaluate fan attendance for future home games and will adjust based on the latest recommendations from health officials,” the statement read.
Beginning with the Oct. 18 game against Miami, season-ticket members will have the opportunity to purchase a six-game ticket package (decided by priority number). The team will also reserve selected single-game tickets for an Oct. 13 presale. Seats will be sold in “pods” of two and four tickets in the 100 and 300 levels, the United Clubs and the suites/premium areas. If the Broncos are permitted to increase their game-day attendance, season-ticket holders will have first access to the new inventory.
The Broncos said the safety protocols that were introduced for the Tampa Bay game will remain in effect for future home games, chiefly the requirement of face coverings and social distancing.