Denver Broncos Add Entire 'South Park' Town Characters to Stadium Cutout Crowd

'South Park' cutouts fill Empower Field at Mile High.
Photo by Joe Brayan, Comedy Central

'South Park' cutouts fill Empower Field at Mile High on Sept. 27 before the Denver Broncos face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, days before the premiere of the cartoon's hourlong "Pandemic Special."

Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are huge fans of the team as they both grew up in Colorado and met at CU, where they created the characters. 

Going down to South Park, the Denver Broncos are going to have themselves a time.

On Sunday, the Broncos unveiled that the team added all the characters (1,800 to be exact) from the town of South Park to the crowd cutouts in Empower Field at Mile High.

In addition to the slew of new character cutouts — all of whom are wearing masks — the Broncos also added a large backdrop of the town from the popular, long-running Comedy Central cartoon. The cost of production of the cutouts will be matched and donated to The Broncos Foundation, according to Comedy Central.

Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are huge Broncos fans as they both grew up in Colorado and met at the University of Colorado, Boulder, which is where they brainstormed South Park.

The characters in the show also love the Broncos and the team has gotten shoutouts and player name-drops several times since the 1997 pilot.

On Wednesday, South Park will premiere its (first-ever) hourlong "Pandemic Special."

The Broncos on Sunday host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.