Football Attendance and Ticket Policy for 2020 Season

September 3, 2020

Purcell Marian opens their 2020 football home slate on Saturday, September 5 against New Miami at Shea Stadium. Due to health restrictions related to COVID-19, attendance is limited and safety protocols will be strictly enforced. Please review the new policies before attending.  All home games will be streamed live online during the 2020 season.

Ticket Information: Tickets are available for families of players and cheerleaders only.

General Admission - $6

Tickets must be purchased online (no tickets sold at the gate): 

A passcode is required to complete ticket purchase.

Senior athlete families are allowed to purchase six tickets. All other athletes' families are limited to four. Visiting athlete families are limited to three tickets.

Guest Parking: Parking for all stadium events is located on the northwest side of the stadium off of Harris Avenue as well as in the Lindner Family Waterworks Park. Additional parking is available on Harris Avenue as well. There is no parking in reserved parking spaces or fire lane(s). SPECTATOR PARKING IS EXTREMELY LIMITED. 

Entrance: The main entrance to Shea Stadium is located on the north end off of Harris Avenue. THIS IS THE ONLY ENTRANCE SPECTATORS/GUESTS MAY ENTER. 

Tailgating: There is to be no tailgating in the Shea Stadium parking lots per the Ohio Department of Health order on mass gatherings.

Visitor Seating: Vistors will sit on the West (right) side of the stands, while home spectators will sit on the East (left) side. All spectators should social distance on the yellow marks. A max of 660 individuals are allowed in the stands per COVID-19 regulations.

Concessions: Concessions will be open at Norwood HS’s discretion. Concessions will be available at limited times during the contest, should they open.


The following guidelines are mandatory for all spectators attending a Purcell Marian High School football game. We appreciate your help in following all Ohio Department of Health, Norwood Health Department, and OHSAA guidelines to keep everyone safe and healthy when attending our sporting events. In order to allow our students to continue their competitions this season, it is imperative that all attendees follow these mandatory health protocols.

Personal Health Screening Before Arrival

  • Spectators should refrain from entering the facility if they have had: o Symptoms of COVID-19 in the last 48 hours:
    • Fever over 100.3 degrees F
    • Sore Throat
    • Cough
    • Shortness of Breath
    • Loss of Taste/Smell
    • Fatigue
  • A positive test for COVID-19 (within last 14 days)
  • Close contact with a positive case of COVID-19 (within the past 14 days)

On Arrival to Facility

  • Social distance if waiting in line to enter the facility (6 feet – stand on ‘X’)
  • Wear a face covering when entering and in the stadium per ODH mandate
  • All spectators will have their temperature taken (no data recorded)
    • Spectators with a temperature of 100.3 degrees F or below will be allowed to enter
    • Spectators with a temperature of 100.4 degree F or higher will not be permitted to enter
  • Present online ticket on paper or phone to be scanned
  • The gate attendant will provide hand sanitizer to all spectators
  • Follow arrows to the bleachers

Seating in Bleachers

  • All Norwood facilities will have limited capacity due to COVID-19 guidelines
  • Spectators should follow arrows to the bleachers and sit on an ‘X’ (6-foot separation)
    • Families should sit in ‘pods’ on one ‘X’ (maximum of four in the same household sit together)
    • Students in 6th grade or below must be accompanied by an adult
  • Home Team = 4 spectators per player (+Band & Cheer); Visiting Team = 3 spectators per player (+Cheer)
  • Spectators should not gather common areas after the game.

At Conclusion of Games

  • Entrance and exit are in separate areas at each facility
    • Follow arrows when leaving the facility
      • Absolutely no re-entry to facility


  • Restrooms will be available.

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