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No fans allowed at UH football games

MANOA — University of Hawai‘i football fans will not be allowed at UH home games at Aloha Stadium during the 2020 football season.

Spectators at organized sports events are considered as social gatherings under City & County of Honolulu COVID-19 guidelines, and at the current and pending tiers such gatherings are limited to five individuals.

Spectrum Sports announced its pay-per-view schedule, which includes six games televised live, including the Bows’ opener this Saturday, Oct. 24, at Fresno State beginning at 1:30 p.m. in Hawai‘i.

State and local guidelines regarding fans vary across the country for both collegiate and professional sports. More than half of the Mountain West Conference schools will also play at home without fans, including UH’s road games at Fresno State, San Diego State and San Jose State.

All eight games this season will be televised, including two on network stations. Both Spectrum and Hawaiian Telcom are offering pay-per-view packages.

  1. I saw a Vampire once October 20, 2020 1:31 am Reply

    Why are they playing it this year? There is no reason to play the game under the pandemic. Really a bad economic deal.

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