We don’t know yet if the Los Angeles Rams will be hosting some fans at SoFi Stadium this season. We do know that if they do, it will likely be at a capacity so limited that fans aren’t probable to make much of a dent when players look into the crowd or when stadium officials check the decibel levels. Some of that will be up to the state of California and how comfortable officials feel about pro teams hosting fans during the coronavirus pandemic and there are many indications that the number of people attending home games this year could be zero.
What about when the Rams go on the road?
Here’s where the eight road cities and teams appear to be standing on allowing or not allowing fans at games this season. Because the Rams do have four road games in the first six weeks, it is even more likely that they won’t be playing in front of away crowds; some teams may not make decisions or find room to open the front doors until midseason.
Week 1 - Cowboys at Rams
Week 2 - Rams at Eagles (Most likely no fans)
Week 3 - Rams at Bills (Most likely no fans)
Week 4 - Giants at Rams
Week 5 - Rams at Washington (No fans)
Week 6 - Rams at 49ers (No announcement, another California team)
Week 7 - Bears at Rams
Week 8 - Rams at Dolphins (No decision, but they’d like to be at 25-percent)
Week 9 - Bye
Week 10 - Seahawks at Rams
Week 11 - Rams at Bucs (No decision, but they’d like to be at 25-percent)
Week 12 - 49ers at Rams
Week 13 - Rams at Cardinals (Limited capacity expected)
Week 14 - Patriots at Rams
Week 15 - Jets at Rams
Week 16 - Rams at Seahawks (No decision, most likely no fans)
Week 17 - Cardinals at Rams