As news continues to pour in about the Jaguars newest free agent additions, the team has also released plans for tickets and attendance in this upcoming season.
According to Action News Jacksonville’s Ben Becker, the Jaguars are planning to have full attendance capacity for the upcoming season. This comes a day after UFC President Dana White announced that UFC 261 will be held in Jacksonville with full capacity.
JUST IN: Jaguars planning to go full capacity for the upcoming 2021 season #COVID19— Ben Becker (@BenBeckerANjax) March 16, 2021
Last season, the Jaguars limited attendance to 25% due to ongoing COVID-19 protocols last year, but it looks like the team will open up the stadium fully to fans this year. Fans who are season ticket holders will face a 7.2 percent increase in 2021 for a renewal.
While the stadium will be open domestically, the Jaguars annual London game is up in the air. According to Becker, the Jaguars currently don’t have an agreement with the NFL to play in London, and the NFL is still judging whether the games can be played overseas.
JUST IN: Jaguars say “the NFL has yet to determine the feasibility of the International Series restarting in 2021 after pausing in 2020 due to COVID-19. The Jaguars currently do not have an agreement with the league to play an annual home game in London”— Ben Becker (@BenBeckerANjax) March 16, 2021
The Jaguars are a London favorite every year, but in 2020, could not play a game in London due to the pandemic limiting travel. The NFL hasn’t yet released guidelines on international travel, but that news should come in the next few days.