49ers to hold 11 open practices during training camp
Fans of the San Francisco 49ers will be able to see their team practice during training camp 11 times, but they will need to pay.
Tickets for the 11 training camp practices will first be available for season ticket holders, then general admission.
The tickets are not free but $5 of each ticket will be given to the 49ers Foundations, “which will support the foundation’s mission to educate and empower Bay Area youth.”
San Francisco’s 11 open practices stand in the middle of many teams who also have open practices, with the Dallas Cowboys hosting the most open practices with 20. The Oakland Raiders are not hosting any.
One of the most interesting teams coming into the season, fans will be able to see quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo as he comes off a torn ACL. Rookie pass rusher Nick Bosa will also be one of the players fans will keep their eyes on.
San Francisco ended the 2018 season with a 4-12 record, finishing third in the NFC West.
The 49ers come into 2019 with a flurry of good offseason moves behind them, including the free agent signings of running back Tevin Coleman and linebacker Kwon Alexander. The team also traded for pass rusher Dee Ford.
Fans of the 49ers will get the first look of a potential surprise team in 2019.