If you’re one of the many fans who’ve been waiting for the NFL’s Super Bowl to come to your hometown, you’re going to have to make some changes to your plans.
The game will be in Staples Center, and you won’t be able to watch the game on your TV.
The NFL is requiring fans to bring in a digital projector to watch games from the game’s home-and-away stand in Staples.
The rule applies to the home- and away stands in both stadiums.
It will be streamed on the league’s website and via a digital video connection.
The Staples Center is a relatively small space, with a capacity of just over 2,400, according to NFL.com.
The home-stands have traditionally been packed, and that will change this year.
The Staples Center will be packed with fans, but not all fans will be able access the games.
The only way to watch from the home stands will be via a small projector.
This isn’t a new rule, and it’s not uncommon for sports teams to require fans to buy tickets for a game.
In 2017, the Los Angeles Lakers forced fans to get tickets in order to watch their team in the Lakers-Magic game, and in the 2017-18 season, the Atlanta Hawks required fans to purchase tickets for the Hawks-Pistons game to watch in Atlanta.
In other cases, teams have made similar demands.
The league said it doesn’t anticipate that many fans will turn to this option, which is a good thing.
The average ticket price for a home game is $125, which includes a $25 admission fee.
The Los Angeles Clippers and the Los Angles Chargers also require fans buy tickets in advance for the Clippers-Lakers game.