Jaguars offer fans free tickets to watch open practice

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The buzz is growing again as the Jaguars inch closer to pre-season.

Following last season’s improbable playoff run, there are already sell-out practices that weren’t open to the public last year.

Now, Jaguars fans have the opportunity to watch their favorite team practice for the upcoming season in July — for free.

The Jacksonville Jaguars Tuesday announced 13 open practice dates for fans at 2023 Training Camp presented by Dream Finders Homes, including one date exclusive to Season Ticket Members. The team will also host an in-bowl practice at EverBank Stadium where they’ll celebrate local veteran and active-duty military members.

Advanced registration is required for all attendees and space is limited. Free tickets and complete details are now available at Season ticket member access begins today at 10 a.m. while the general public can start requesting tickets at 1 p.m.

Open practice dates include:

  • Wednesday, July 26 (SOLD OUT)
  • Thursday, July 27
  • Friday, July 28 – Season Ticket Member Exclusive (SOLD OUT)
  • Saturday, July 29 – NFL Back Together Saturday featuring a gate giveaway and Teal Out (SOLD OUT)
  • Monday, July 31
  • Tuesday, August 1
  • Wednesday, August 2
  • Thursday, August 3
  • Sunday, August 6 (SOLD OUT)
  • Monday, August 7
  • Wednesday, August 9
  • Thursday, August 10

This comes as the team is embarking on some major facility upgrades. The new Miller Electric Center will hold its ribbon cutting next Friday.

Click here for more 2023 Training Camp information.

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