Each Minnesota sports team’s plan for fans this year

Each Minnesota sports team’s plan for fans this year

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The Minnesota Wild practicing at the Xcel Energy Center in Feburary. 

(FOX 9) – Several Minnesota sports teams announced they will once again have fans in attendance at home games this season after Gov. Tim Walz announced new COVID-19 guidelines for large venues, including sports stadiums. 

Beginning April 1, seated outdoor venues such as Allianz Field, CHS Field and Target Field can add an additional 25% of their capacity over 500, with up to 10,000 fans. Seated indoor venues such as the Xcel Energy Center and Target Center can add an additional 15% of their capacity over 500, with a limit of 3,000 fans. 

Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild announced Friday they will be able to have 3,000 fans at the remaining home games, starting April 5 when the Wild host the Colorado Avalanche.

The team welcomed around around 40 season ticketholders per home game back to the X in February. 

Some fans making return to Xcel Energy Center this weekend as the Minnesota Wild plan…

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