Miami Dolphins Will Get Full Capacity Approval From Government!


Hello Everyone! Wait! What are we listening about! Government gave approval for 65,000 seats stadium in this pandemic scenario! OMG, it’s very shocking and hard to digest! Let’s get inside the stadium and find out whether is it true or a rumor!

Yes, this is true, government approved the 65,000 seats stadium for the football match at Hard Rock Stadium. Check out the approval here, 

Miami Dolphins, it is a professional American team based in the metropolitan area who compete in National Football League and it’s one of the oldest sports team in Florida since 1966. This team was founded by duo Joe Robbie and a comedian actor Danny Thomas. The Dolphins originally played all the home games in the Orange Bowl in Miami but from 2016, they shared Hard Rock Stadium with NCAA Miami Hurricanes.

Hard Rock Stadium, it is a renowned football stadium located in Miami Gardens, Florida and as we mentioned it’s the home stadium of Dolphins. This stadium has hosted six super bowls, two world series, four BCS National Championship Games and now the stadium will going to host 2021, College Football Playoff National Championship and Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix of 2021.

Full news about the approval!

The football team Miami Dolphins got the permission from Florida Government, to allow full capacity of 65,000 seats in the Hard Rock Stadium in the middle of the pandemic. Yes! It sounds rubbish!

But the government doesn’t not mean to rush it or to spread the virus, they plans to limit the number of fans to 13,000 so that distance can be maintained and the virus will not spread at the next home game which is going to held on 25th October 2020. 

As your health is our first priority, so be safe and we’ll update you about the match as soon as possible. So stay tuned and connected for further details about the match!


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