Eagles Training Camp: Two Public Practices in August

The Birds sent out a press release today with information about 2018 training camp.

Most notably, two of the sessions will be open to fans, as described below:

The Eagles will also host two public practices at Lincoln Financial Field: Sunday, August 5 beginning at 7:00 pm (Military Appreciation Night presented by Dietz & Watson) and Saturday, August 11 beginning at 10:00 am (Family Day). The practices will be free of charge and open to the public. Fans interested in attending must reserve tickets in advance. In addition to a full team practice, there will be a number of free activities for fans to enjoy throughout the day, including face painting, alumni autographs, green screen photos and more. Parking for the event is also free.

Public Practice Ticket Information:

This year, general admission tickets will be required for entry into the stadium. Attendees must reserve a ticket ahead of time with a limit of six per household. Tickets can be reserved beginning at 10 am on Wednesday, July 18 by visiting www.ticketmaster.com. Seating at Lincoln Financial Field will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Players report for camp on Wednesday, July 25th and the first full team practice will take place on Thursday, the 26th.

In addition to the public sessions, other practices will be open to “select fans including season ticket members, charitable organizations and corporate partners.”

Exact dates and times for training and media availability will be announced later, but right now the Eagles are not scheduled to practice on the following days:

  • Monday, July 30
  • Saturday, August 4
  • Friday, August 10.

The preseason schedule begins on Thursday, August 9th at home against the Steelers. Training camp officially ends on Tuesday, August 14.

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