CINCINNATI — The Cincinnati Bengals are letting fans get a preview at this year’s team inside their home stadium for free, according to our news partner WCPO in Cincinnati.
The Bengals are inviting fans to watch the team inside Paul Brown Stadium as part of, “Back Together Saturday,” on July 30.
Limited tickets are free and available to the general public starting today.
Season ticket holders could access tickets to the open practice through presale since July 12. Fans must have a mobile ticket to enter Paul Brown Stadium for the July 30 open practice.
The team says it will be the only chance for fans to watch the Bengals practice inside the stadium this season.
To fill out an interest form for, “Back Together Saturday,” click here.
Gates will open July 30 at Paul Brown Stadium at 1 p.m. while practice starts at 2:15 p.m., WCPO said.
The Bengals’ training camp begins July 27 and all other open practices will take place at the Kettering Health Practice Fields next to stadium, WCPO reports.
The practice fields have bleacher seating for 1,250 fans and no ticket is required but fans are encouraged to arrive early as admission is first-come, first-serve.
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