San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch announced the official training camp date that will be open to the public. The 49ers will hold a practice in front of fans on Saturday, August 5 at Levi's Stadium. The practice will take place from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. PST.

Free food and drinks will be made available to fans courtesy of SAP. The following information about available food was made available by the team.

"The complimentary offerings include stadium staples such as hot dogs, hamburgers, french fries, pizza, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, pretzels, water, coffee, and soft drinks. Patrons will be limited to selecting four free items per person, per concession stand visit to ensure all guests can be served in a timely manner. Beer and wine will be available for purchase."

Tickets to the event will be made available to season ticket holders first on July 20 with the general public having an opportunity to reserve tickets on July 25. Tickets will cost $5 each with proceeds benefiting the 49ers Foundation. There will be no printed tickets available this year. All ticketing to the event will be handled through the Levi's Stadium mobile app.

Fans in attendance who have a valid ticket will also have access to the 49ers Museum located at the stadium. The onsite team store will also be open to fans.

Last year, the 49ers held an open practice for fans at the historic Kezar Stadium in San Francisco. That practice was watched by about 9,000 dedicated fans and was part of the team's 70th anniversary season celebration.

The 49ers report to training camp on July 27. The open practice will give most fans a first look at how new head coach Kyle Shanahan manages the sessions as well as a look at the team's numerous new players.