Mets' Pete Alonso reacts to fans after he scores on...

Mets' Pete Alonso reacts to fans after he scores on his record-breaking 53rd home run of the season to break the single season rookie home run record during an MLB baseball game against the Atlanta Braves at Citi Field on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019. Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced in February that as of Feb. 23, fans will be allowed to return to arenas and venues for sporting events in New York. Attendance is limited to 10% of capacity for those venues that seat more than 10,000 people.

On March 18, he upped the capacity to 20% for outdoor sports venues of at least 2,500 seats. Indoor venues with at least 1,500 seats will maintain a 10% capacity.

Here is what we know so far about how each team is handling tickets, testing and other protocols.

METS

Tickets: Tickets will be sold in pod format in clusters ranging from 1 to 6 seats. Refer to mets.com/2021updates so your purchase be impacted by capacity changes or canceled games. Season ticket holders will get priority, as will those who have tickets to an impacted game. All tickets will be delivered via mobile on the MLB Ballpark app. Print-at-home and paper tickets will no longer be made available. Tickets are on sale at mets.com.

Capacity: 8,384.

Testing: Fans will have to show proof of full vaccination or a recent negative test result, either a PCR test or antigen test.

Inside Citi Field: Pods will be separated by at least six feet. Social distancing markers throughout the stadium will be readily visible at gaets, concession stands and restrooms. Face coverings must be worn at all times by fans ages 2 and older, except when eating or drinking at their seats. All high-touch areas will be frequently cleaned and disinfected during games. Citi Field will be sanitized after the conclusion of each home game. Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the ballpark for guest and staff use. All transactions at Citi Field will be cashless. Credit/debit cards, mobile payment methods (Apple Pay and Google Pay), and Mets Gift Cards. Reverse ATMs will be available both inside and outside of the ballpark for fans to convert cash to a prepaid debit card. Fans also can order food and drinks via the MLB Ballpark App for pickup at designated locations.

YANKEES

Tickets: Tickets will made available first to season ticket holders, then to the general public. Details for on-sale dates at yankees.com. Currently, tickets will be available for home games from April 1 through April 21 and can be purchased in ticket pods only.

Capacity: 10,850.

Testing: Fans will have to show proof of full vaccination or a recent negative test result, either a PCR test or antigen test.

Protocols: There will be temperature checks on game day at all entry points to Yankee Stadium. More details to come.

KNICKS

Tickets: Season-ticket holders get first priority, then the general public. Fans can purchase up to four tickets, ranging from $50 to $380 at nyknicks.com. Private suites also are available. Only digital tickets will be accepted and must be displayed via the MSG Venue app.

Capacity: Approximately 2,000.

Where are the seats?: Seating will be located in various sections throughout the upper and lower bowls of Madison Square Garden.

Testing: Beginning April 1, fans can present proof of full vaccination or negative antigen COVID-19 test from a healthcare provider to enter the arena, the latter of which must be taken within six hours of the event's start time. MSG is partnering with Ambulnz to offer on-site antigen testing on event days, with results delivered within 30 minutes, at a cost of $30. Fans still can provide a negative PCR COVID-19 test within 72 hours of game day. Fans also must pass a health survey, which will be available on the MSG Venue App 12 hours before the game and should be completed before arrival.

Entry: Doors open 60 minutes before the game, with specific entrances based on seat location (see ticket). There will be temperature checks.

Inside the arena: Masks must be worn at all times, except when eating or drinking. Cashless in-venue food purchases are allowed, but you must eat at your seat only.

NETS

Tickets: Season-ticket holders will get first priority, then the general public. Visit nets.com to fill out their form requesting more ticket information.

Capacity: Approximately 1,900.

Testing: All fans and employees are subject to "rigorous health, safety, and COVID-19 testing protocols prior to, and during, games at Barclays Center." Fans must provide a negative PCR COVID-19 test within 72 hours of game day. Fans also must complete a health questionnaire. There will be temperature checks.

Inside the arena: Masks must be worn at all times, except when eating or drinking. All food and beverages will be delivered to fans and individually wrapped.

ISLANDERS

Tickets: Season-ticket holders will be able to return on March 18 vs. the Flyers, but how ticket distribution will work is not yet known.

Capacity: Just under 1,400

RANGERS

Tickets: Season-ticket holders get first priority, then the general public. Fans can purchase up to four tickets, ranging from $50 to $380 at nyrangers.com. Private suites also are available. Only digital tickets will be accepted and must be displayed via the MSG Venue app.

Capacity: Approximately 2,000.

Where are the seats?: Seating will be located in various sections throughout the upper and lower bowls of Madison Square Garden.

Testing: Beginning April 1, fans can present proof of full vaccination or negative antigen COVID-19 test from a healthcare provider to enter the arena, the latter of which must be taken within six hours of the event's start time. MSG is partnering with Ambulnz to offer on-site antigen testing on event days, with results delivered within 30 minutes, at a cost of $30. Fans still can provide a negative PCR COVID-19 test within 72 hours of game day. Fans also must pass a health survey, which will be available on the MSG Venue App 12 hours before the game and should be completed before arrival.

Entry: Doors open 60 minutes before the game, with specific entrances based on seat location (see ticket). There will be temperature checks.

Inside the arena: Masks must be worn at all times, except when eating or drinking. Cashless in-venue food purchases are allowed, but you must eat at your seat only.

JETS

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Monday, Feb. 22, that beginning in a week, outdoor venues can hold events at 15% capacity. The Jets don't return to MetLife Stadium until August, if the NFL plays preseason games.

GIANTS

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Monday, Feb. 22, that beginning in a week, outdoor venues can hold events at 15% capacity. The Giants don't return to MetLife Stadium until August, if the NFL plays preseason games.

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RED BULLS

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Monday, Feb. 22, that beginning in a week, outdoor venues can hold events at 15% capacity, which would equate to around 3,750 fans at Red Bull Arena.