The Arizona Cardinals have surprised some with their early-season play. At 5-2, the Cardinals are in the thick of the battle to make the playoffs.
Coming off a bye week, the Cardinals will have more fans for their next home game at State Farm Stadium at 2:25 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8.
The Arizona Department of Health Services is allowing the Cards to host 4,200 spectators when they play the Dolphins, according to a post on the team’s website.
The Dolphins game will be the second start by electrifying rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who led Miami to an upset win over the Los Angeles Rams in his debut.
The Cardinals are also allowed 4,200 fans for the Nov. 15 home game against the Bills.
This will be the third game in a row the crowd size has been gradually increased. The Cardinals were allowed about 750 spectators for the Sept. 27 game against the Lions, with the spots filled by family and close family friends of players, coaches and staff.
For the recent Seahawks game, that number was increased to 1,200, who watched Kyler Murray and company take down their heated rivals in an overtime game on national TV.
As with the Seattle game, seats will only be available to season-ticket members, chosen through account seniority. Availability on the seniority list will begin where the team left off after the Seattle game. Accounts that purchased tickets for the Seahawks game will have an opportunity again to buy tickets once all other accounts have had their turn.
According to the team, fans will be contacted by email with details.
Masks for fans are mandatory, and failure to comply will result in ejection. “Tickets and parking are 100% digital, and concessions is also a contact-less experience,” according to the Cardinals.