On Tuesday, the Ravens announced that 12 of the team’s training camp practices later this summer will be open for fans to attend.
The #RavensFlock is coming back to Training Camp❗️❗️— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) June 22, 2021
The Baltimore Ravens’ 2021 training camp, presented by Advance Business Systems, will feature 12 free open practices in Owings Mills and one at M&T Bank Stadium.
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All of the practices will be at the Ravens’ practice facility in Owings Mills, Maryland — as per usual — with the lone exception being the open practice at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, July 31. Fans will be permitted to attend this one, too.
This is obviously exciting news and a welcome return to normalcy. Fans were deprived of the opportunity to attend training camp practices last summer due to COVID-19, and there’s no doubt that Ravens’ players and coaches alike will enjoy having the “Ravens Flock” back in attendance.
The first full-team training camp practice is scheduled for Wednesday, July 28. The 12th and final practice that is open to fans is Monday, August 16. The return of fans to training camp should only add to the anticipation of a once again fully-packed home crowd this regular season.
Football is just around the corner and frankly can’t come soon enough.