On Tuesday, the City of Philadelphia announced there would be no large gatherings until the year 2021, which many felt included Eagles and Phillies games.

"There’s no way for them to be safe having a crowd there,” were the words of health commissioner Thomas Farley, making it seem that the sports teams would be included with the ban on large gatherings.

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It as furthered by Managing director Brian Abernathy who confirmed. “The Eagles are still going to be allowed to play, although without crowds."

Today Mayor, Jim Kenney, clarified those rules, saying the teams would work with their fans, and communicate directly with them on spectator attendance this season.

Large events such as the Broad Street run, the Thanksgiving Day parade and the Mummers parade have all been cancelled, but there seems to be some hope for spectators who would like to see games in person this season.

Stay tuned to see if there will be a seat open for you this season.

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