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Seahawks announce 2024 training camp schedule

There are 10 public practices Seahawks fans can attend at either VMAC or Lumen Field! Here are the dates and times.

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The waiting is almost over! We’re one month away from the the first Seattle Seahawks training camp under new head coach Mike Macdonald. The team has announced the schedule and start times for the public practices, all but one of which will be held at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center (VMAC) in Renton. There’s a special scrimmage/mock game at Lumen Field as part of the team’s annual Football Fan Fest.

All training camp practices begin at 1 PM PT except for the Aug. 5 session, which is a “rise and shine!” 9:45 AM start.

Seahawks 2024 training camp dates

Wednesday, July 24 - Season Ticket Holder Day (and their guests)

Friday, July 26 - Back Together Weekend

Saturday, July 27 - Back Together Weekend

Tuesday, July 30 - Kids Day

Thursday, Aug. 1 - Season Ticket Holder Day (and their guests)

Friday, Aug. 2 - College and Alumni Day

Saturday, Aug. 3 - Football Fan Fest at Lumen Field (mock game)

Monday, Aug. 5 - Kids Day (9:45 AM)

Wednesday, Aug. 7 - Mascot Mayhem Day

Thursday, Aug. 8 - Throwbacks Day

As our own John P. Gilbert noted last week, Seahawks rookies report to camp on July 17, followed by veterans on July 23.

Do you want to go to Seahawks training camp? Go to the official team registration site here and follow the steps to get your free (but limited availability) tickets. There is a $15 transportation fee per person to attend the VMAC practices, since fans will be shuttled to the facility. Again, cell phones and cameras are not permitted during practice, but will be allowed before and after.

Paid tickets for the mock game are on sale now and start at an appropriate $12. If you can’t attend, there are YouTube live streams provided by the Seahawks, although don’t expect actual training camp plays and scrimmages to be shown.

Are you planning on attending any of these practices? Let us know in the comments!