Steelers To Play In Front Of Fans Oct. 4 In Tennessee

It will be the first game the team plays in front of a reduced crowd
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The Steelers October 4 match-up in Tennessee against the Titans will be played in front of fans.

The Titans announced Thursday Nissan Stadium will open up to limited capacity, allowing 10 percent of seats to be filled, about 7,000 fans.

Titans season ticket holders will get first crack at the tickets.

The Titans will gradually increase as the season moves on.

The Titans will play against Jacksonville this Sunday in their home opener. That game will not be played in front of fans.

It will be the first game the Steelers will play in front of fans.

Their first game in New York was not played in front of fans and currently no fans are allowed at Heinz Field, where their next two games will be played.

The Steelers say they are working with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to try and allow at least some fans in the stands at some point this season, but Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine has said there are currently no plans to allow fans in stands in the state.