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SFU Basketball Spectators

The Saint Francis Department of Athletics has set its spectator policy for men’s and women’s basketball games through January 15.

Attendance at Red Flash men’s and women’s basketball games will be limited to teams and essential gameday personnel, in conjunction with university and local CoVID-19 protocols, through the final home contest of winter break on January 15. An evaluation on attendance at men’s and women’s basketball games following that date will be made in the coming weeks.

“Saint Francis fans are some of the most passionate and loyal in college basketball, and we look forward to the day that DeGol Arena can again be filled with our supporters cheering on the Red Flash,” said Saint Francis Director of Athletics James Downer. “We will continue to evaluate this situation along with university and local health officials while prioritizing the well-being of all involved.”

The Saint Francis Department of Athletics kindly asks that Red Flash season ticket holders continue to support their teams this winter. Season ticket holders can choose to make a gift to Saint Francis Athletics in lieu of their 2020-21 ticket purchase, with the option that an amount be credited to prorated season tickets should game attendance be possible in the second half of the season.

Season ticket holders will be receiving information from the Saint Francis ticket office on their options and ways to support the Red Flash this winter.

Home games at DeGol Arena and away Northeast Conference contests can be watched free of charge on NEC Front Row and the NEC On the Run app available for smartphones and connected devices.

Athletic department officials will continue to monitor any changes to public health guidelines and adjust accordingly.

Saint Francis Athletics encourages its fans and supporters to continue to take all necessary measures and follow the Governor’s executive orders and the guidance of public health officials, including wearing a mask, practicing physical distancing, and increased hand hygiene.

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