Kinnick Stadium may not be its typically-intimidating self during the 2020 season, but Iowa is still planning on allowing a small crowd to attend games this season.

Thursday, the University of Iowa Athletic Department announced that it plans to allow between 10,000-15,000 fans for Hawkeyes home games this fall. Tickets for Iowa’s five home games will be sold as single-game tickets according to the release, not as a season-ticket package.

Below is a list of the changes Iowa plans to make, per its release.

  • Main stand and premium seating in Kinnick Stadium will follow six-feet social distancing guidelines.
  • Fans will be required to wear face coverings and additional mitigation strategies have been implemented.
  • All tickets and parking passes will be mobile.
  • University of Iowa students will have access to single-game tickets in the student section. The capacity will be limited and distribution plans are still being finalized.
  • Parking lots will be restricted to 50 percent capacity and open four hours before kickoff.
  • To provide more access to the limited number of tickets, there will not be season tickets or season parking this year.
  • New single-game prices will be announced soon and they will be priced by stadium section and game.
  • Fans will select tickets in groups of two or four, socially distanced throughout the stadium.
  • Seat locations will be best available at the time of purchase, by section.
  • Parking will be sold on a single-game basis with one spot per account.

The Hawkeyes are scheduled to open the 2020 season on Sept. 5 at home against Maryland. Iowa will also host Nebraska, Northwestern, Michigan State and Wisconsin.