Spokane Shock to have limited fan attendance at upcoming games

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SPOKANE, Wash. — The Spokane Shock will return in May and fans will be allowed to cheer the team on from the stands.

The team expects to be able to host fans at six of their seven home games. For June games, the Shock will have 25 percent seating capacity. That will increase to 50 percent in July, with the hope of returning to full capacity soon after.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer fans the opportunity to watch the team pay in person this season, and we are excited about the enthusiasm, that has been apparent through communication with the fans in our area who have been waiting to watch football again live,” said Shock owner Sam Adams.

The Shock will not play their pre-season game against the Tampa Bay Tornadoes and fans will not be able to attend the first home game against the Frisco Fighters, as the Spokane Arena is being used as a mass vaccination site.

Tickets for the upcoming season are set to go on sale in early May.