Los Angeles Chargers fans aren’t getting a free pass to celebrate this week, as the team has opened up its season-opening game against the Denver Broncos to everyone, including those who have a disability.
According to the team, the opening-day game will be open to all people with a disability, with fans wearing special headbands and wearing “Team, Team, Team” signs to promote the initiative.
“We have a very active social media presence, so we thought we would have a special way to get our fans excited about the upcoming season,” the team said in a statement.
“The team has reached out to some of our fans who are with disabilities to ask if they would like to participate in this special program.
We are offering these special headband giveaways to anyone who wants to show their support and show their appreciation for the team and the community they serve.
Fans who have disabilities will be able to participate and we are making sure they are fully accommodated in the stadium.
We are in the process of determining a set of guidelines to ensure everyone is fully accommodating everyone.”
The team said the special event will begin at 7 p.m.
PT on Sunday and will run for four hours.
The Chargers host the Denver Nuggets on Monday.