The University of Louisville announced that it plans to reduce fan capacity to 30% for the 2020 season. That would take Cardinal Stadium, which holds 60,500 people, down to approximately 18,000 fans. The plan, according to a release from the university, is “subject to change with the fluidity of the landscape.”
Louisville said fans will undergo temperature checks at every entrance and be required to wear face coverings. Anybody with a temperature reading of 100.4 degrees or higher will be directed to the “cool down tent,” and if the temperature hasn’t dropped below 100.4 after a 10-minute cool down, the person will be refused entry.