The Kansas City Chiefs plan to allow fans inside Arrowhead Stadium at 22% capacity when the 2020 NFL season begins.
Fans will be grouped in pods inside the stadium along with being required to wear face masks.
Other NFL teams including the The Chicago Bears, however, have announced their stadiums will remain closed to fans when play kicks off.
In a statement the Bears said: “After discussing a draft plan with City health officials, the Bears and the City of Chicago agreed the health metrics show that it is not the right time to welcome fans back to Soldier Field.”
The Kansas City Chiefs were keen to highlight the plans to allow some fans to attend matches were made in conjunction with the NFL as well as Kansas City mayor Quinton Lucas.
Kansas City Chiefs have led the way in promoting the return of football including releasing a 10-minute documentary explaining how they were planning for the return of football.