NFL American football franchise the Los Angeles Rams has announced that its new SoFi Stadium will be at limited or no capacity in 2020, while season tickets will not be possible for its debut campaign.

The Rams have become the latest NFL team to outline their plans for the new season amid COVID-19, stating their intentions in a letter to Stadium Seat License (SSL) holders.

Season tickets will be deferred to the 2021 season, with SSL holders given priority for 2020 single game tickets if fans are allowed in the stadium. All previous single game ticket purchases and transferred tickets will be cancelled.

In May, it was announced that SoFi Stadium, which the Rams will share with the Chargers, would stage its first official event on August 14 when the Rams host the New Orleans Saints in pre-season.

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