Eagles Fans Will Need Free Tickets to Attend Open Training Camp Practices

We're just two weeks away from Eagles training camp and there will be two chances for fans to see the Super Bowl champions practice this summer. 

The Eagles are holding two open practices during this year's training camp that will require free tickets. 

  • Sunday, Aug. 5 at 7 p.m. (Military Appreciation Night)
     
  • Saturday, Aug. 11 at 10 a.m. (Family Day) 
     

The tickets are new this year and are all general admission. Those wishing to attend one of the practices must get tickets from ticketmaster.com starting at 10 a.m. on July 18. Seating will be first-come, first-serve. 

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The Eagles say there will also be other free activities on those days, including face painting, alumni autographs and green screen photos. 

Parking for both open practices will also be free. 

The Eagles report for training camp on July 25 and the first team practice will be on July 26 at the NovaCare Complex. All but those two open dates will be held at the NovaCare Complex and will be open to only select season ticket holders and partners. 

Two of the Eagles' three scheduled off days during training camp will be held before an open practice. 

Training camp officially ends on Aug. 14. The preseason begins on Aug. 9 at home against the Steelers. 

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