NC State football to have 4,000 spectators on hand for Duke

NC State football will have to 4,000 fans/spectators on hand when the Wolfpack play host to Duke on Oct. 17.

Back on Sept. 22, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced that Phase 2.5 of the state’s COVID-19 plan would conclude on Friday, Oct. 2. This decision — the move to Phase 3 — allowed for larger outdoor venues to host events with 7 percent capacity.

Carter-Finley Stadium has a capacity that hovers around 57,500; this puts the potential seven percent figure right at 4,000.

Of that 4,000 figure, half of the tickets will go to NC State students: 2,000. Another 600 tickets will be distributed to family members of players and football staff. The remaining 1,400 seat will go to season-ticket holders that donated to the Preserve the Pack Fund.


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