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2019 Ravens Training Camp FREE fan passes go live tomorrow!

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The grueling offseason is coming to a close as the Baltimore Ravens announced today that fan access for training camp begins tomorrow!

From the press release:

Beginning tomorrow (Thursday, July 11) at 11 a.m., fans can visit or the Ravens’ Mobile App to claim a parking pass for one of the Owings Mills practices that will be held as part of the 2019 training camp, presented by Xfinity.

A quick reminder that the Ravens are hosting 14 open practices and they can fit nearly 2,000 fans!

From the press release:

The online reservation is on a first-come, first-served basis, allowing fans to secure a parking pass that will admit one car’s worth of people to the specific practice requested. (Please note that there is a limited amount of parking passes available for each day.)

That’s right, you can stuff as many as you want in the vehicle. Obviously, obey the law, but if there’s an open seat, I recommend you grab a friend or relative and enjoy a few hours of watching your favorite squad on the turf preparing for the 2019 NFL season. (Note: All vehicles must fit in a standard parking space.)

Fans will receive a confirmation email after signing up for a specific practice day. Digital parking passes, scheduled practice times and other logistical information will be emailed to fans 48 hours prior to their selected practice.

Also, Fireworks Night will be held Saturday, July 27 at 6:00 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium. This event is free, but ticketed, so make sure to grab those tickets online or on the Ravens’ Mobile App.

Fans are also encouraged to bring new or used children’s books to the stadium practice as donations for the Ravens Bookmobile/Maryland Book Bank. The Ravens Bookmobile delivers new and gently-used books to Maryland children who may not have access to these resources, with the hope of increasing interest and commitment to reading. The Ravens Bookmobile is in need of books for children ages 6-14. For information on the Ravens Bookmobile, visit

So, Baltimore faithful, go get your tickets tomorrow and grab a children’s book to donate!