The Dodgers will finally get to play games at Chavez Ravine for the first time since 2019. After the COVID-19 pandemic shut down fan attendance all of last season, fans in Los Angeles will finally get the opportunity to see their guys in action.
Los Angeles County moved into the less restrictive red tier of the COVID-19 risk assessment. Under that tier, the Dodgers are allowed to host fans at 20 percent capacity. That comes out to roughly 11,200 fans per home game.
Since the ticket quantity will be so low with the demand so high, the Dodgers had to devise a plan to fairly distribute tickets. One way they will be doing that is via lottery selection for the home opener.
Fans hoping to sign up for the lottery can do so here. Tickets will be sold at face value and will only be eligible to those who submit a registration form during the registration period. Registration started on March 22 and closes on March 28 at 11:59 p.m. The Dodgers will draw winners on or around March 29.
Tickets to the home opener are expected to be sod in pods of 2, 4, and 6 seats. That format is part of the Dodgers policy to keep fans socially distanced and safe as they return to games in 2021. The team has a full list of rules that will be listed when tickets are sold.