Arkansas fans will be able to support the Razorbacks 'in-person' despite stadium capacity limits
Arkansas announced this week that it would join a growing trend across several sports this season and deliver a different kind of fan experience on game days inside its stadium.
Fans can purchase a cardboard cutout of themselves, or a family member or pet, to display inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Starting at $50, fans can upload a photo to represent in the stadium at every game this season.
There are several perks to the purchase.
Arkansas officials will send a photo of your cardboard cutout inside the stadium as well as the option to take home your cutout at the end of the season. Fans that purchase cutouts in the VIP Section will be able to be a part of exclusive gameday giveaway opportunities and have their cutout signed by coach Sam Pittman at the end of the season, limited to the first 150 fans.
Arkansas previously announced that it can fit between 21 percent and 23 percent capacity at the 76,412-seat stadium and be in compliance with Arkansas Department of Health COVID-19 requirements. The health department requires 6 feet of distance between groups of spectators.
The deadline for the first home game against Georgia is Sept. 16th at 5pm CST. All submissions after that will be in the stands for the next home game.