New Mexico United announced they will be limiting capacity at their home games starting in September.
The owner of the soccer team, Peter Trevisani, said this move was made out of an abundance of caution as the Delta variant continues to spread.
Fans used to packing into Isotopes Park for United games will now have a little more wiggle room.
“Reducing capacity by a third we can keep people socially distant which is the best way to try to keep people from catching COVID,” Trevisani said.
On Sunday, United announced they will be capping the capacity at 66% — that’s roughly 9,500 seats. This restriction will last through September and then they will reevaluate their policy.
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