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Ravens Inform Season Ticket Holders 2020 Seats Will Be Deferred To 2021; Decrease Capacity

The Baltimore Ravens take the field before the start of their AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Tennessee Titans at M&T Bank Stadium on January 11, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

BALTIMORE, Md. – The Baltimore Ravens announced that season tickets that were purchased for the 2020 season will be deferred to the 2021 campaign.

The organization sent out a release that included plans for the 2020 season where the Ravens will decrease capacity to 14,000 if fans are allowed to attend games.

M&T Bank Stadium holds 71,008 seats.

The 2020 season ticket locations for all fans will be protected and same seats will be offered for renewal in 2021. Credits for funds paid toward the 2020 season to date will be applied to accounts and can be used toward renewal for next season or toward future ticket purchases, or a refund can be requested.

The Ravens have also discontinued 2020 single game ticket sales with refunds being issued to fans who have already made purchases. The 14,000 seat capacity is based on the social distancing guidelines and fan safety protocols developed by health experts, governmental officials and the NFL.

Baltimore took the top seed in the AFC after posting the best record of 14-2 before falling to the Tennessee Titans 28-12 in the Divisional Round. They are scheduled to open the season on Sunday, September 13 when they host the Cleveland Browns.