San Diego, California - The public is invited to join Head Coach Mike McCoy and the 2014 San Diego Chargers for Training Camp Opening Day on Thursday, July 24 from 9:20-11:30 a.m. at Chargers Park.
Training Camp Opening Day marks the first of 10 practices open to the general public:
- Thursday, July 24 … 9:20-11:30 am
- Friday, July 25 … 2:50-5:00 pm
- Saturday, July 26 … 9:20-11:30 am
- Sunday, July 27 … 2:50-5:00 pm
- Wednesday, July 30 … Open to Season Ticket Members only
- Thursday, July 31 … 9:20-11:30 am
- Friday, Aug. 1 … Open to Season Ticket Members only
- Saturday, Aug. 2 … FanFest, presented by Bud Light, at Qualcomm Stadium (time TBA)
- Monday, Aug. 4 … 2:50-5:00 pm
- Saturday, Aug. 9 … 9:20-11:30 am
- Monday, Aug. 11 … 2:50-5:00 pm
- Tuesday, Aug. 12 … 9:20-11:30 am
All practices times are subject to change. For updates: http://www.chargers.com/schedule/training-camp-schedule.html.
Gates to Chargers Park will open one hour before the start of each practice session. During the week, parking is available only on Murphy Canyon Road. For weekend practices, fans will be allowed to park on Murphy Canyon Road as well as in the Kearny Mesa Business Center, located just south of Chargers Park.
Parking and admission to all Training Camp practices are FREE, including FanFest presented by Bud Light, which will take place at Qualcomm Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 2 (Time TBD) at Qualcomm Stadium.
Chargers fans will get an up-close look at their favorite Bolts as the team takes its first steps on the journey to Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona on Feb. 1, 2015. Returning veterans from the 2013 Divisional Playoff team include such fan-favorites as Philip Rivers, Ryan Mathews, Antonio Gates, Malcom Floyd and Keenan Allen on offense, as well as Eric Weddle, Donald Butler, Manti Te’o and Dwight Freeney on the defense. Training Camp also is the fans’ first chance to see the Chargers’ 2014 rookie class, led by cornerback Jason Verrett and outside linebacker Jerry Attaochu, as well as key veteran signees such as cornerback Brandon Flowers and running back Donald Brown.
There will be plenty for fans to do at Training Camp. The Chargers Team Store will have a mobile location selling all the latest merchandise and apparel, and representatives from the team’s Ticket Office will be on hand with information about all Chargers ticket options, including season tickets. The Charger Girls will also make special appearances.
Bleacher seating will be available, however fans are welcome to bring folding chairs to sit on the pavement surrounding the practice fields. Fans can bring their own food, water and soft drinks, however cigarettes and alcoholic beverages are not allowed at Chargers Park at any time. For those wishing to purchase food or beverage, there will be hot and cold food, snacks, bottled water and soft drinks available for purchase.
Fans are welcome to bring personal cameras to training camp, however video cameras and telephoto lenses longer than six inches (detachable or non-detachable) are not allowed. Other items not permitted at Chargers Park during Training Camp include: pets (other than service dogs), weapons, chains, stun guns, mace & pepper sprays, water guns, fireworks, frisbees, sports balls, beach balls or other inflatable objects, laser pointers, flammable objects, musical instruments or noise-making devices.