Philadelphia Eagles Likely Won’t Have Fans At Home Games During The 2020 Season Protests still Okay

Guessing that watching Penn or Drexel in person this year is looking like a long shot. Of course Philadelphia Democratic Mayor James Kenney says his city-wide ban on large events and gatherings through February 2021 does not apply to protests.

The city of Philadelphia has banned large gatherings through February 2021, and that means the Eagles won’t be able to pack Lincoln Financial Field.

“We have been in communication with the Eagles. We have told them our expectations are that they don’t have fans,” Philadelphia Managing Director Brian Abernathy told the media when discussing fans at games, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.