Fans are not allowed in the AFC Wild Card match against Browns

The Pittsburgh Steelers announced Thursday that fans would not be permitted in Sunday night’s AFC Wild Card match against the Cleveland Browns at Heinz Field, and the team said state orders would only allow 2,500 people at Heinz Field, including players, coaches and staff. “We are disappointed that we will not be able to host season ticket holders and other fans at Heinz Field on Sunday night against the Cleveland Browns in the AFC Wild Card game,” Steelers spokesman Bert Lawton said in a statement released on Thursday. The restriction limits fans in the seating area for family and friends of players and the team, and Steelers said that if they advance beyond the season and another match is hosted at Heinz Field, they will monitor any changes to state guidelines allowing for an increase in capacity for a potential domestic match.

The Pittsburgh Steelers announced Thursday that fans will not be allowed to attend Sunday night’s AFC Wild Card match against the Cleveland Browns at Heinz Field.

The team said state orders would only allow a total of 2,500 people at Heinz Field, including players, coaches and staff.

“We are disappointed that we will not be able to host season ticket holders and other fans at Heinz Field on Sunday night against the Cleveland Browns in the AFC Wild Card game,” Steelers spokesman Bert Lawton said in a statement released on Thursday.

Lawton said the restriction restricts fans to the seating area for family and friends of the players and team.

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The Steelers said that if they advance in the post-season and another game is hosted at Heinz Field, they will monitor any changes to state guidelines allowing capacity increases for a potential home game.

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