Fans will return to M&T Bank Stadium when the Baltimore Ravens get back from their bye week.
The team announced Friday that it received approval from the Maryland governor and Baltimore mayor to host fans for the Nov. 1 game against division rival Pittsburgh Steelers.
Approximately 6,600 fans dispersed across the stadium will be allowed to attend. The matchup between the bitter AFC North rivals is slated to kick off Sunday at 1 p.m. ET in Week 8.
As with all clubs allowing fans, face coverings are mandatory, as is social distancing.
"We are excited to welcome fans back to M&T Bank Stadium," Ravens president Dick Cass said in a statement.
The Washington Football Team also announced they will host a limited number of season ticket holders at FedExField when they take on the New York Giants.
"We take our responsibility to protect our staff, players, fans, and the community seriously," said The Washington Football Team president Jason Wright. "Since the beginning of the season, we worked in close coordination with Prince George's County health officials to monitor and assess the possibility of welcoming fans. We are thrilled to host some of our Season Ticket Members at the Giants game on November 8th and hope to welcome more fans through the FedExField gates in the near future."