The Indianapolis Colts are still allowing fans into Lucas Oil Stadium.
A maximum of 12,500 spectators will take in the Packers’ game against the Colts live on Sunday afternoon.
Packers head coach Matt LaFleur believes that playing in front of real fans gives his team some extra juice.
“You get accustomed to playing the game on some big stages with a lot of people in attendance, and it does bring a natural excitement to the game.”
This will be the Packers’ fourth time playing in front a limited capacity crowd in 2020: in New Orleans, in Tampa, in Houston, and now, in Indianapolis.
The Green and Gold are 2 and 1 in those games so far this season.
Kickoff of Sunday’s game against the Colts is set for 3:25p.
Coverage on WTMJ starts at Noon.