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New South Wales coronavirus restrictions lifted for crowds at NRL finals


NRL fans will be allowed to attend finals in greater numbers after New South Wales doubled capacity at three stadiums to 50 per cent from October 1.

But NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned fans attending the games they will face a number of “caveats”.

Maximum crowds of 40,000 will be allowed into ANZ Stadium – where the grand final will be played on October 25.

The SCG can host 23,000 fans, while Parramatta’s Bankwest Stadium will be able to accommodate up to 15,000 fans.

Ticketholders will be allocated into zones, restricting movement within stadiums, and masks must be worn when fans are not at their seats.

“The health advice now says that major stadia are able to go to 50 per cent capacity rather than 25 per cent,”…



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