| 2016 Training Camp
UCHealth Training Center • Englewood, CO
|Check back soon for 2016 Broncos training camp schedule and information.
Fans will primarily be seated along a grass berm on the west end of the practice fields, which has been increased in size since the last time Denver held training camp at the training facility.
Following each open practice to the public, fans will have the opportunity to get autographs from players by the guest seating area located on the west end of the practice fields. Players will be designated by position groups (WRs, DLs, DBs, etc.) to sign autographs.
Fans should be aware that the same bag policy at Sports Authority Field at Mile High will be in affect at all training camp sessions. Each fan may carry one bag that is clear plastic, vinyl or PVC, no larger than 12" x 6" x 12" or a one-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc or similar). In addition to one of the bags noted above, fans may also carry in a small clutch bag or purse approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap, subject to search. Fans can find more information on the bag policy here.
*All scheduled open practices are subject to change.
General Seating: Fans will be able to view the practices from selected areas that will be marked clearly on site. Fans will primarily be seated along the berm on the west end of the practice fields. The seating area is on a natural grass surface with a very limited amount of shade, so please bring proper footwear, clothing and sunscreen.
Fan Parking: Parking at the Broncos facility is located adjacent to the indoor field house (west of the team's main training complex) on a first-come, first-serve basis and will be open 90 minutes before each session begins. Please avoid parking on streets across from team facility.
ADA: Admission to the Denver Broncos 2016 training camp will be ADA accessible. Designated ADA parking will be available in the main fan lot. Please note that, like general seating, ADA parking and admission is limited and will be available on a first first-come, first-serve basis.
Lawn Chairs will not be allowed at training camp.
Umbrellas of any size will not be permitted inside the Broncos training facility. Please bring sufficient wet weather attire if necessary.
Strollers will be allowed on the premises but must be left at the gate prior to accessing seating area.
Cameras: Fans are welcome to use still cameras during Broncos 2016 training camp, but video cameras (and the recording/live streaming of video on other devices such as cell phones and tablets) will not be permitted. Only members of the media will be allowed to bring cameras with professional lenses and tripods to training camp. Any detachable lenses longer than the length of a credit card will not be permitted on camp premises.
Newly-constructed public restrooms will be available for fans near the entrance to the practice fields.
Food concessions will not be sold regularly during training camp, but non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase on site. Food and non-alcoholic beverage items will be permitted in small individual quantities.
In case of lightning or other inclement weather, fans will be cleared out of the general seating area allowing for sufficient time to reach their vehicles.
PROHIBITED ITEMS: Umbrellas, alcohol, food, glass containers, video cameras, long lens cameras, lawn chairs, strollers (outside parking for strollers on a first come first serve basis), coolers, selfie sticks, full size helmets, cell phones (turned off or on silent) and pets of any kind.
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