Return To Sports Presented by AdventHealth

As the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, live sports are returning. This provides a vision of hope for North Americans trying to find some degree of normalcy. That being said, the industry has been permanently changed.

Front Office Sports has partnered with AdventHealth to tell the stories of teams and leagues taking new steps to ensure the safety of fans and players.

This is the new normal. This is the return to sports.

How the Orlando Magic Approached the Safe Return to Sports

AdventHealth, the official health care provider of the Orlando Magic, advises Magic team staff on health and safety issues.

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MLB Becomes Latest League to Partner with Cleaning Company

Lysol will provide MLB with cleaning protocols beginning in the 2021 season. The NBA and WNBA had partnerships with Clorox in their bubbles.

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Daytona International Speedway Institutes New Safety Protocols

Daytona International Speedway made the return to sports swiftly and carefully, offering a full roster of events for fall 2020 and beyond.

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Tickets for World Series Sell Out Quickly

The NLCS will also be the first MLB games to allow fans overall this season due to COVID-19. The league had kept games closed amid the Wild Card and Division Series rounds.

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Cold Weather Next Challenge for Fitness Industry

A sizeable part of the fitness industry has utilized outdoor workout spaces during the pandmeic that may not be viable as winter apporaches.

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Stadiums Struggle to Figure Out Future of Suites

Right now, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, one of the most valuable areas within stadiums is attracting few, if any, visitors: suites.

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Pandemic Pushing Contactless Technology Forward in Stadiums

Fans at TIAA Bank Field for the Jacksonville Jaguars game on Sept. 13 had a 100% contactless and cashless experience.

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The Future of Stadium Capacity Post-Pandemic

While many stadium developers aren’t worried about capacity in the future, some believe that small will be the new normal.

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