INDIANAPOLIS — The capacity for fans at Sunday’s home Indianapolis Colts game against the Houston Texans has been lowered from 12,500 to 10,000.
The change is due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the city and state.
The Colts said they’ve regularly met with the Marion County Public Health Department to determine capacity for every home game.
Capacity for the last four home games has been 12,500 fans. Lucas Oil Stadium ordinarily holds 63,000 people.
Single-game tickets for Sunday’s game are still on sale. Tickets are sold in “pods” to keep distancing in place for unrelated groups.
Capacity for the Colts’ final home game on Jan. 3 is still being determined, the team said.