The Panthers have actually changed their stadium capability for Sunday’s last house video game. The Panthers will permit just 1,500 fans into Bank of America Stadium to enjoy their game versus the Saints.

Those 1,500 tickets are reserved for families and good friends of the 2 groups, though the team will open some personal suites.

The team said the decision was made in collaboration with local federal government and public health authorities.

” This choice was made as an outcome of ongoing conversation with local federal government and public health officials and a review of the most recent COVID-19 data and guidance,” Mark Hart, Tepper Sports & Home entertainment vice president and chief operating officer, said in a declaration. “As we have done throughout this season, we look forward to providing a safe and enjoyable game-day experience for all those in participation.”

Bank of America Stadium seats 75,412.

The Panthers did not have fans attend their first house game. They balanced 5,454 fans per video game for the 6 games they permitted fans, with a season-high 5,815 fans for the Nov. 15 game against the Bucs.

Fourteen teams have actually had no fans this season, while the Cowboys lead the league with an average presence of 27,377.