NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has signed a new rule for e-cigarette products that will be effective April 15.
It prohibits the sale of e-cigs to minors and bans e-cig smoking in stadiums, stadiums and arenas, except during games.
The rule also includes a ban on the use of e:liquid, which the NFL has been considering for several years.
Goodell said he expects the new rule will “help reduce health risks associated with e-Cigarettes.”
Goodell also said e-liquid manufacturers will have to be certified to test their products and provide their products with the FDA’s labeling requirements.
Goodell also ordered the NFL Players Association to pay more than $1 million in fines.
Goodell signed the new rules into law Friday.
He has also appointed an advisory committee to oversee e-liquids for NFL teams.
Goodell’s administration is reviewing the rules.