This will give fans an opportunity to check out the stadium in person and any of the open seats that are available for season tickets. You can R.S.V.P. ahead of time by going to Bengals.com/OpenHouse.
Attendance has been a struggle for the Bengals of late. Last season they were second-to-last in average attendance as only the Los Angeles Chargers were behind them. As a reminder, the Chargers have played in a stadium that fits a little under 30,000 for the past three years.
Consistent losing seasons have been the main cause of Cincinnati’s downturn in attendance, but with quarterback Joe Burrow expected to be the team’s No. 1 overall pick, perhaps the franchise will see an upswing in fan turnout for Burrow’s rookie season. It’d be difficult for a 2-14 to not positively regress the following season as well.
The Bengals are doing more to get you in the stadium on Sundays. Will you be attending the open house this weekend?