For the third time in a week, there will be high school football in America. Saturday night, graduated Kansas high school football players will take part in the 47th annual Kansas Shrine Bowl in Topeka at the Hummer Sports Complex.
The game, which features East All-Stars playing the stars from the western part of the state, usually attracts 10,000 fans for a great cause at Washburn University’s Yager Stadium, but because of the coronavirus pandemic, only 2,000 fans will watch the game in-person. The good news is that every ticket that available has been sold.
Due to local health guidelines, the Kansas Shrine Bowl will have a significantly limited crowd size. Advance tickets are sold out. We encourage you to watch our event at COX Cable channel 22 and online here: https://t.co/18oxlI2Kti We cannot guarantee any game day tickets. pic.twitter.com/88j25KK2Jc— Kansas Shrine Bowl (@KSShrineBowl) July 10, 2020
Practice began on Monday with players being tested through the day, according to media reports.