New Restrictions to Reduce Attendance at Iowa HS Football Championships

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa - There'll be fewer people attending this weeks championship round of the Iowa high school football playoffs in Cedar Falls.

New restrictions from Governor Kim Reynolds allow for only two spectators for each player, and those spectators can only attend the game involving their player.

Spectators connected to other participants such as coaches and cheerleaders will not be allowed as they were for the semi-final games.

Performances, award presentations, and halftime ceremonies have been canceled due to the spectator restrictions.

The six championship games for classes A to 4A and eight player football will take place Thursday and Friday at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls.

The games are scheduled for 10 am, 2 pm and 7 pm each day. Tickets are $12.50 each. Spectators will be seated in groups of two on one side of the UNI-Dome.

The spectator restrictions will likely significantly reduce attendance from the limit of 2,400 for last week's semi-final round.

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