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The Baltimore Ravens certainly missed having a full complement of fans at their home stadium in 2020. Throughout the course of the 2020 season, players and coaches from the team made a point to emphasize how much they missed the fans cheering for them and creating an electric atmosphere.
Despite the fact that the 2020 season left M&T Bank Stadium empty on most weeks, there’s light at the end of the tunnel. In a letter to PSL owners, Ravens president Dick Cass revealed that he plans on having the stadium at full capacity for the 2021 season.
Cass mentions that there will still be protocols in place to ensure a safe experience for everyone, but points to other examples of events across the country and how they successfully and safely operated with people in attendance.
There’s something about fans being in the stands that can’t be replicated. Teams can pump in as much crowd noise as they want or put countless cardboard cutouts in the stands. However, there’s no replacing the fervent energy of a fan cheering for their team, so having M&T Bank Stadium at full capacity would be a sight for sore eyes for many.