What to Know
- There will be a public Eagles practice on Sunday, August 4 at 7 p.m. It is the only training camp practice open to the general public.
- The public practice will take place at the Lincoln Financial Field, not at the NovaCare Complex, and there will be free parking.
- You can still purchase tickets for $10 online and all the ticket money will support Eagles Autism Challenge.
Most Eagles fans are getting their only chance to see the Birds live in action during the height of the team’s 2019 training camp.
The Eagles will open up their practice to the general public this Sunday at 7 p.m.
There will be games, alumni autographs, face painting and photo opportunities for fans.
The team is honoring U.S. armed forces as part of Military Appreciation night and ticket sales will directly benefit the Eagles Autism Challenge.
Here’s what you need to know about the Eagles' only public training camp practice on Sunday before you go:
Can I still get tickets and how much are they?
You can still purchase tickets for $10 at ticketmaster.com to see the Eagles' practice. All the ticket proceeds will directly support Eagles Autism Challenge, the team says. Children 2 and under can attend for free.
What time is the event?
Most of the training camp practices take place in the morning, but the public practice will start at 7 p.m. on Sunday, August 4, and could wrap up past sunset.
Where will the practice be?
The public practice will take place at the Lincoln Financial Field in South Philadelphia, not at the NovaCare Complex where most of training camp takes place.
Is there free parking?
The Eagles have got you covered with free parking at the Linc. Get there early to ensure your spot.
Find out more information about the public practice and the Eagles training camp schedule.