The 49ers will open their training camp on July 26 with a smattering of fans in attendance to watch the club prepare in earnest for the 2023 campaign.
Open practice dates are July 26-27 and 30-31, and August 1, 4-5 and 7.
Aside from things like camp battles and players on the roster bubble, there are some rules and tidbits for fans to keep in mind when they go:
You need a ticket: It’s just practice, but a ticket is required for entry.
Training camp tickets went on sale for season ticket holders on July 15. They go on sale for the general public on July 17 at noon Pacific Time.
Tickets cost $10 and proceeds benefit the 49ers Foundation.
Practice start time and length : While times may not be exact, the team approximates that practices will begin at 10:15 am and wrap up around 12:15 pm. Gates open at 9:00 am.
Practice isn’t inside Levi’s Stadium: Practices take place at the SAP Performance Center located right next to Levi’s Stadium. No practices are scheduled to take place inside the stadium.
Parking is free : Fans are permitted to park in Red Lot 1, and the team won’t charge for parking.
Bring your own food and water: There won’t be any concessions for sale, so fans will want to bring their own food and water.
Temperatures can get pretty warm in Santa Clara during the Summer, so we highly recommend bringing plenty of water or a water bottle to fill up at the water stations provided by the team.
Back Together Weekend: NFL Network will be on hand Sunday,July 30 for Back Together Weekend.
From there NFLN hosts and analysts will conduct interviews and analysis of the team heading into the season.
Memorabilia available: Every fan at camp will get a chance to participate in the team’s Dig For Gold Auction and Sale.
Things available for auction and sale will include player-worn gear, team-issued apparel and other items. There’ll also be mystery bags available for purchase with surprise 49ers items inside.