The Indianapolis Colts received approval Tuesday to host full capacity crowds at their home games this season, becoming the final NFL team to receive that approval from local government.

The team said that the decision came after consultation with the Marion County (Indiana) Public Health Department. The full capacity for Colts games at Lucas Oil Stadium is 63,000.

Colts owner Jim Irsay first announced the news in a tweet, which was followed by a statement from the team. In his tweet, Irsay thanked Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Dr. Virginia Caine, the director of the Marion County Public Health Department, "for their guidance through a very difficult time."

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Fan attendance around the NFL was limited last season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some teams played in front of empty stadiums while the Colts were one of the few teams that had a limited number of fans at each of their home games.

After an empty house in 2020, Minnesota Viking fans and Green Bay Packer fans will be back attending training camp and shouting SKOL and Go Pack Go at U.S. Bank Stadium and Lambeau Field this season.

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