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49ers planning to open training camp practices to fans

May 20, 2021 at 6:21 AM--


The last time The Faithful got to sit inside Levi's Stadium to watch the San Francisco 49ers was on January 19, 2020. It was a pummeling of the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game on the way to Super Bowl LIV.

It's looking like fans will be back in the stadium for the regular-season home opener against the Packers on September 26. Things are looking better when it comes to COVID, and the 49ers are preparing to welcome back fans. Although, everyone still needs to do their part, and the league is encouraging vaccinations.

Before the home opener, there will be two preseason games at Levi's Stadium, and fans may even get a chance to see the team in person before that.

According to Cam Inman of Bay Area News Group, the 49ers plan to allow fans to watch training camp practices in a couple of months. Fans have not been allowed to observe offseason practices since before the 2019 season when the team opened 11 practices to the public.

Practices will take place at the 49ers' SAP Performance Facility in Santa Clara.

"Also expect Levi's Stadium to open for a couple of camp practices before the exhibitions against the Kansas City Chiefs and Raiders," Inman added in his recent mailbag.





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