The Detroit Lions announced that they plan to have full capacity for games this year at Ford Field in 2021. Through an official statement on Monday morning, the team said there will be no capacity limits due to COVID for Detroit’s 10-game schedule at home (eight regular season games, two preseason).
“We have long awaited the moment where we can officially declare we will have 65,000 fans at Ford Field this fall,” said Detroit Lions Team President and CEO Rod Wood. “We’ve worked diligently with the NFL, as well looked to federal, state and local guidelines to monitor what’s best for our team, staff and fans. We’re thrilled to be at this point and to welcome One Pride back into the stadium. I can’t say it enough, it hasn’t been the same without them.”
Fans looking to watch the game in the stands again will not have to provide proof of vaccination for entry, nor will they be required to wear a face mask while inside Ford Field.
The Lions will also be returning their “DTE Energy Power Hour” promotion this year. For the first hour after doors open, they feature cheaper concession sales, including $2 pop, hot dogs, and $3 packaged beers. One significant change, though, is that Ford Field will operate completely cashless.
The Lions also announced that single-game tickets will go on sale to the public on Wednesday, July 28 at 10 a.m. ET. Season tickets are available now. For more information on ticket sales head to the official Lions website.
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Detroit Lions – 2021 Preseason
The Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Detroit Lions in 2021 NFL Preseason football at Heinz Field. The game will be televised on KDKA.
Heinz Field Mask Policy for August 21, 2021 Preseason Game Against the Detroit Lions
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Heinz Field Management are requiring fans to bring their masks for the upcoming preseason game against the Detroit Lions on Saturday, August 21, at 7:30 p.m.
Regardless of vaccination status, all guests, staff and vendors at Heinz Field will be required to wear a mask while visiting any of the indoor areas of the stadium. This includes indoor club levels, Steelers Pro Shops, restrooms, elevators, and other enclosed spaces. Fans are to bring their own masks with them prior to entering the stadium.
Masks will not be required in the concourse areas, including the FedEx Great Hall, or in the upper and lower seating bowls of the stadium as well as outside club seating and suites with the windows open. All fans are strongly encouraged to wear masks, regardless of vaccination status, while not actively eating or drinking.
Fans will not be required to show proof of vaccination to enter Heinz Field, however in accordance with CDC guidelines, unvaccinated fans should wear a mask at all times.
Heinz Field Management will continue to monitor CDC and public health officials’ guidelines and adjust our policies accordingly based on any changes to the policies and recommendations.Buy Tickets
Game Day Entertainment
Steelers Legend Chris Hoke Q&A:
Hear from Steelers Legend Chris Hoke, on the FedEx Great Hall stage 30 minutes after gates open to the public
Pregame show featuring America’s Best Frisbee Dogs
Terrible Towel Twirl:
As part of kickoff of the United Way campaign, the Terrible Towel Twirl will be led by Adam Barron, United Way Director of Workplace Campaigns
National recording artist, Curtis Lewis Jr., a two-time winner of the nationally acclaimed talent show “It’s Showtime at the Apollo” in New York City
Enjoy a halftime field goal kicking competition, with donations benefiting the United Way
Presentation of the PNC Joe Greene Great Performance Award
New at Heinz Field in 2021
Fans coming to Heinz Field will no longer receive paper tickets to enter the game. All tickets for Steelers games will be mobile and must be downloaded to your smartphone and saved to your Apple or Google Wallet before arriving at Heinz Field. To get started, download the Steelers Official Mobile App. If you already have the Steelers Official Mobile App, be sure to download the latest version.
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For the first time ever, fans will now be able to use Mobile Ordering to purchase food and beverages while watching the Steelers play at Heinz Field. Mobile Ordering can be accessed from the Steelers Mobile App or by scanning a QR code within the stadium.
Going Cashless at Heinz Field:
Please note that Heinz Field is now a cashless stadium and will accept credit and debit cards, as well as Apple and Google Pay.
Steelers Pro Shop at Heinz Field:
The Steelers Pro Shop has opened its new location at Heinz Field. With more than 10,000 square feet of retail shopping space, the store offers exclusive merchandise and an expansive apparel assortment for all Steelers fans. Fans can access the store from Art Rooney Avenue and once inside Heinz Field through the FedEx Great Hall.
Steelers Pick & Win presented by Unibet:
Test your Steelers knowledge weekly with Steelers Pick & Win presented by Unibet, exclusively in the Steelers Mobile App. Starting during the regular season, you will be able to climb the leaderboard to win weekly prizes. If you’re found at the top at the end of the season, you can win a VIP trip to the 2022 Pro Bowl.
Find a Steelers Hangout:
Planning to visit an opposing city this season? Find fellow Steelers fans in the location to which you’ll be traveling with our new interactive Steelers Hangout map. Find restaurants, bars or even other Fan Clubs to go watch games this season.
Ford Tailgate Zone:
Steelers fans are encouraged to visit the Ford Tailgate Zone outside of Peoples Gate A East before entering Heinz Field! Enter for your chance to win a Steelers branded F150 and enjoy Steelers Experience elements!
Steelers To Offer Vaccination Clinic Prior to Saturday’s Preseason Game vs. Detroit Lions
The Pittsburgh Steelers, Heinz Field Management and Giant Eagle Pharmacy announced they will offer a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic to game attendees prior to Saturday night’s preseason game versus the Detroit Lions. The Steelers and Giant Eagle have once again partnered to offer vaccines to ticket holders prior to kickoff at two separate locations in Heinz Field. The following are more details about the vaccination clinic:
- Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
- Locations: Main Concourse West and Ford Fan Zone Plaza East
- Required: Photo ID and medical insurance card
- Vaccines: Offering Pfizer and Moderna vaccines
- Unvaccinated ticket holders: Can receive their first vaccine dose and will schedule their second dose with Giant Eagle at the time of their vaccination.
The Steelers and Giant Eagle partnered earlier this year for a vaccination clinic in the PNC Champions Club at Heinz Field that was largely successful. Over 55,000 vaccines were administered during the clinic that ran from early March until late May.
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In operation since 1929, the Detroit Lions have developed a strong fan base in eastern Michigan by holding training camps throughout the region. Aside from the team’s early camps in Ohio, local fans have been able to enjoy Lions preseason practices since 1934. Practices were held at regional universities like Eastern Michigan University from 1949 to 1956 and Oakland University from 1975 to 1989. The Lions eventually moved their preseason preparations to their home practice field in 2002.
A recent tradition for the Detroit Lions is holding joint preseason practices with other NFL teams. These practices allow both teams to test their skills against outside competition. Lions fans enjoy seeing different teams and approaches to practice during their time at the team’s training complex. The team’s move toward practices against rival teams coincided with opening more preseason practices to the In the past, the Lions have allowed fans to view practice until the first preseason game. In recent years, fans have been able to witness joint practices and select practices through the early preseason.
Fans of all ages also gain preseason access to the Detroit Lions during the annual Family Day. This event typically takes place in early August and provides a free event for families throughout the Detroit metro area. The Lions Family Day includes a team scrimmage, appearances by past Lions players, and raffles for memorabilia.
Ford Field has hosted Lions preseason games since the stadium’s opening in 2002. The Lions played the Pittsburgh Steelers in Ford Field’s first football game on August 24, 2002. Detroit has hosted NCAA Basketball Final Fours, Super Bowls, and other events at this state-of-the-art stadium. Preseason is a good opportunity for football fans to try out the stadium’s concessions including buffalo chicken totchos, pigskin dogs, and discounted food and drink at select locations up to one hour after gates open. Ford Field’s downtown location also offers visitors the chance to combine Lions games with attractions like the MotorCity Casino and the GM Renaissance Center.
The Detroit Lions have built a preseason rivalry with their AFC foe the Buffalo Bills. Detroit and Buffalo are located within four hours of each other, allowing fans of both teams to attend exhibition games. The Lions also play the New York Jets, a regular season rival of the Bills, during most preseasons. The absence of other preseason rivalries means that Lions fans get to see teams like the New England Patriots and the Steelers who don’t regularly appear on the regular season schedule.
Frequently Asked Questions About Detroit Lions Preseason Tickets and Event Information
When do Detroit Lions preseason tickets go on sale?
Lions and other NFL teams release their preseason schedules in April. Lions preseason tickets will go on sale following the schedule’s release.
How much are Detroit Lions preseason tickets?
Lions preseason ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Lions preseason tickets can be found for as low as $15.00, with an average price of $45.00.
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