Nearly 1,000 fans OK’d to attend Phoenix Rising match at Casino Arizona Field

Casino Arizona Field won’t be empty for long. Phoenix Rising FC is allowing about 1,000 season ticket holders to attend Friday’s game against Las Vegas.
(Photo courtesy of Phoenix Rising FC)

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By Aaron Bradley James | Cronkite News

PHOENIX – Phoenix Rising FC will make history Friday as the first professional sports team in Arizona to allow fans to experience in-stadium live sports since the COVID-19 shutdown.

The Rising announced that the club will start allowing a limited number of fans – about 1,000 season-ticket holders – to attend home matches at Casino Arizona Field in south Scottsdale, starting with Friday’s game versus Las Vegas Lights FC at 7:30 p.m.

The stadium has a capacity of 6,200, which means that only about one out of every six seats will be occupied.

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