Broncos to Have 16 Open Training Camp Practices Beginning Friday, July 26

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Denver Broncos to Have 16 Open Training Camp Practices Beginning Friday, July 26

The Denver Broncos will have 16 free open practices this summer beginning Friday, July 26, the NFL team announced Tuesday. The practices held at Broncos Park include free parking.

The 16 open practices are four more than a year ago and are tied for the third most among teams that have announced their training camp schedules.

Denver Broncos will host the NFL’s Back Together Weekend on Saturday, July 27

Denver’s first open practice is scheduled for Friday, July 26, before the team hosts the NFL’s Back Together Weekend on Saturday, July 27. The Broncos also announced they will host a joint practice with the Green Bay Packers on Friday, Aug. 16.

Denver previously revealed it would host the Packers for the practice ahead of their Aug. 18 preseason matchup at Empower Field at Mile High.

The team will release the entire training camp practice schedule on Wednesday.

Season ticket members can reserve four complimentary mobile tickets per practice through their account beginning on Wednesday, while the general public can claim their free tickets on starting Thursday at 10 a.m. MT.

Although attendance and parking will be free, tickets are still required for entry. Each individual fan can reserve a maximum of four free tickets for up to eight practices during the first 48 hours of availability.

All practices begin at 10 a.m. MT.

Only 15% of fans who attended camp in the first year were season-ticket holders

Tickets become available to season-ticket holders at 10 a.m. MT on Wednesday and to the general public at 10 a.m. MT Thursday.

Broncos president Damani Leech said the first year of mobile ticketing for training camp practices allowed the organization to study the consuming habits of the thousands of fans.

“Of the people who attended camp, only 15% were season-ticket members,” Leech told The Denver Post. “I think we already suspected that a lot of people who come to training camp are not going to games. The other thing that was interesting was that 43% of attendees, it was their first time ever coming to training camp.

“So, it’s more people being able to experience the Broncos in a live way. … It’s providing an opportunity for fans, particularly kids, to get up close to the players.”

In 2023, more than 25,000 fans attended Broncos training camp.

Broncos rookies report to camp Wednesday, July 17, and veterans report Tuesday, July 23.