Auburn High & Central Limiting Attendance
AUBURN HIGH AND CENTRAL LAY OUT THEIR PLANS TO LIMIT ATTENDANCE TO FOOTBALL GAMES IN THE FALL
As we close in on the start of the season, we’re learning about how full the stands will be across our area.
Auburn high school has announced that they are limiting attendance to 25-30%.
Masks will be required and social distancing will be enforced inside Duck Samford Stadium.
No general admission tickets will be sold, their focus is on the parents of those who’s kids participate in football, band and cheerleading.
“We looked at taking care of the parents of our participants first, making sure that they could come see their child compete. The other option was people not there,” said Auburn High Athletic Director, Dan Norton. “I know that we are going to play week one, or at least that’s what I can tell you right now. I like our protocols and procedures because I think it’s really important for teenagers to have the opportunity to be a part of something like football, band or cheerleading.”
Central high school has also announced that they are limiting attendance to 25% inside Garrett-Harrison Stadium