An AMB Group spokeswoman confirmed that the statement means the plan is to keep the roof closed for all Falcons games the rest of the season.
Throughout the planning and building of the stadium, Falcons officials had said they intended to play most games with the roof open.
The acknowledgement that it will be closed for the rest of football season underscores the continuing difficulties in getting the eight-petal structure up to speed and specification.
Issues related to the roof caused three construction delays, totaling about six months, before the stadium made its debut with the roof closed in August.
The roof has been closed for Atlanta United's first six matches in the stadium. The Oct. 22 match, at which Atlanta United has said it will break the MLS single-game attendance record it set last month, is the team's only remaining regular-season home game.
Even before the issues arose with the roof, officials with the SEC and the College Football Playoff had said they intended to play their championship games under a closed roof to eliminate weather variables.