Super Bowl LV: the NFL announces 22,000 spectators, including 7,500 caregivers | Touchdown Actu (NFL Actu)
There will be no crowds, and Super Bowl LV will likely break the record for the smallest attendance for a Big Game. But the NFL announced on Friday that 22,000 spectators will be in attendance at Raymond James Stadium on February 7.
As a reminder, the Buccaneers stadium can accommodate up to 75,000 people for the biggest events.
Among the 22,000 people present, there will be 7,500 members of the healthcare staff vaccinated. The league said it invited them to thank them and honor them for their work during the pandemic. Most of them will come from the Tampa area and Florida in general. But the 32 franchises will also send caregivers from their area to the Super Bowl.
As for the 14,500 paid places, prices could well reach new heights.