Despite Florida’s decision to not hold a spring game this year, Georgia is not only pushing toward with a game, the Bulldogs plan on hosting fans for this year’s G-Day event.

I guess it just means more in Athens.

On Thursday, Georgia announced seating for the 2021 G-Day spring game will be limited to 20-25 percent. UGA’s spring game is set to be played on April 17.

Tickets for the game will cost $10, with all proceeds going to charity. All ticketing will be done digitally.

Here are the details released by Georgia regarding how ticketing for the game will be handled this year:

Ticket sales will be offered to all 2020 and/or 2021 Hartman Fund donors, and ticket requests can be submitted beginning Monday, March 1 through Wednesday, March 3.

Ticket priority access will be given in the following order:

• 2020 Hartman Fund donors who were only allocated tickets to the cancelled Vanderbilt game this past season. Magill Society members will also be included in this initial group.

• 2020 Hartman Fund donors who converted any amount of their remaining balance towards COVID-19 UGA Athletics Fund.

• All remaining 2020 and/or 2021 Hartman Fund donors.

The Georgia Bulldog Club (TGBC) Priority Points will be used to allocate tickets in each of these groups in the event that all available tickets are sold. Reserved ticket locations will be based on cumulative TGBC Priority Points among those who request tickets.

• UGA Faculty, Staff and Students will receive communication from the Athletic Association Ticket Office with the opportunity to request G-day tickets.

• All remaining tickets, if available, will be on sale to the general public on Monday, March 15.