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Flyers fans can return to the Wells Fargo Center for next home game on Sunday



Flyers fans

Flyers fans, the time has come. The Philadelphia Flyers will have fans back at the Wells Fargo Center starting with their next home game on Sunday, March 7th.

From the Flyers:

“Now that we’re able to welcome fans back to the arena, access to tickets will go first to Inside Edge and premium seat members, based on tenure. To become an Inside Edge member click here.

All other fans can sign up below to be placed on a priority waiting list for tickets. In the event that tickets become available, fans from the priority waiting list will be randomly selected for the opportunity to purchase tickets.

All fans in attendance must follow Wells Fargo Center’s health and safety protocols. Learn more at

Tickets are limited and based on availability.”

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf eased the indoor event COVID restrictions on Monday. The city of Philadelphia followed suit on Tuesday, paving the way for Flyers fans to return to the Wells Fargo Center.

While there is still some risk with the COVID pandemic, the Wells Fargo Center is taking precautions to make sure that everyone is as safe as possible. This includes face coverings, health assessments, physical distancing, and other guidelines.

“Attending a game or event at Wells Fargo Center will be a little different than your last visit. Many of our health and safety measures are new, but the passion and excitement are the same.  Please read about our new procedures and protocols that have been put in place to protect you and other guests.  Please note that all Wells Fargo Center policies and procedures must be followed at all times while you’re at the arena.”

The Flyers will be opening at a limited capacity, around 15%, with 3,100 fans back for Sunday’s game.

Gritty is excited to have fans back, too.

The Flyers have eight home games in March. They have a four-game homestand from the 7th to the 13th and another one from the 22nd to the 27th.

Photo: Heather Barry Images

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