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10 49ers training camp practices will be open to the public

Jul 19, 2018 at 2:14 PM--

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The San Francisco 49ers announced today that 10 training camp practices at the SAP Performance Facility in Santa Clara – the team's training facility adjacent to Levi's Stadium – will be open to the public. The following are the dates for those open practices.

  • Thursday, July 26
  • Friday, July 27
  • Saturday, July 28
  • Sunday, July 29
  • Tuesday, July 31
  • Wednesday, August 1
  • Thursday, August 2
  • Monday, August 6
  • Tuesday, August 7
  • Sunday, August 12

Fans can begin registering for mobile-only tickets, which will be made available on a first-come, first-serve basis, to the open practices starting today at 4:00 p.m. Each ticket will cost $5 with all of the money being donated to the 49ers Foundation, the team-run charity which works to educate and empower Bay Area youth.

"Coach (Kyle) Shanahan, (general manager) John Lynch, the entire staff, the players, the coaches, they have been fantastic to us since they've been here," said 49ers president Al Guido at the State of the Franchise event in May. "They've given all of you (the fans) access to what I call our backyard. We are going to continue that for, basically, every practice. I say 'basically every' because we're going on the road to practice against another team and we can't take you all there. But while we're in our backyard, we will open it to our season ticket members and fans."

In addition to watching team practices, fans will be able to purchase donated equipment room apparel with the proceeds also going toward the 49ers Foundation.

"Fans will be able to bring sealed water bottles, thermos bottles and food," announced the 49ers. "All items are subject to a security screen."

This is the first time in years that the 49ers have made more than one practice available to fans. The team held an open practice at Levi's Stadium in 2017 and at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco in 2016.

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