Most practices will be held on the practice fields just west of PBS. The exception will be “Family Day” practice events inside PBS, on Saturday Aug. 8. This practice day will feature enhanced attractions for children.
Seating capacity for the practice fields will include 1250 bleacher seats, plus additional room for fans to stand along the sidelines. No passes will be required to enter.
Fans will be allowed to bring small soft-sided coolers, unopened bottles of water and food into all practices. Concessions and Bengals merchandise will be available to purchase. No chairs or other temporary seating will be permitted.
| FAMILY DAY
Bring the family to Bengals Family Day events at Bengals Training Camp, presented by Fifth Third Bank. There will be activities surrounding the concourses including: Inflatables, Face Painters, Balloon Artists, Photo Booth, Ben-Gal Cheer Zone, Play 60 Zone, and Crafts. The first 2,000 kids to each practice will receive a give-away item (items TBD at this point). Fans in attendance can enter to win a Bengals Prize Pack by posting their pictures on social media and tagging #LetsRoar at each practice.
Tickets for 2015 home games will be available for purchase and ticket representatives will be on hand to show fans available Season Ticket and Ticket Pack seat locations.
At the conclusion of the Family Day practice inside PBS, the entire roster of players will be available for autographs after practice ends.
Family Day FAQ'S:
Do the activities/attractions for the children conclude when practice is over?
What can I bring into the stadium?
Will concessions be available during practice?
- Yes, concessions will be available with special Family Day options
Which gate(s) will be open for stadium access?
- Gates A, B, C, D, and E will be open
|FIFTH THIRD BANK VIP SEATING|
The first 53 fans entering the gates to the practice fields to show a Fifth Third Bank debit card or credit card will be upgraded to the Fifth Third Reserved Bleacher Seats. This promotion does not apply to the practice inside the stadium.
At the conclusion of every practice on the practice fields, groups of players will be available for autographs for 15 minutes after practice ends.
For the safety of pedestrians, no autographs will be permitted as players enter or leave the practice fields.
Handicapped patrons do have access to training camp practices both on the practice fields and inside the stadium. Paul Brown Stadium has ADA seating, and arrangements will be made with stadium security to provide autograph opportunities post-practice for these fans. The practice fields are accessible at the public entrance on the northeast corner of the complex via eight steps and then a flat walking path to the public bleachers. Fans in wheelchairs will be directed to the team entrance at the southeast corner of the complex where a ramp allows access to the fields and then near to the bleachers. Parking is available in Lot 1 or Lot E, which have marked handicapped spaces.
| DIRECTIONS TO PAUL BROWN STADIUM & PARKING
Location: The stadium is approximately five blocks west of Great American Ball Park. It is bordered by Pete Rose Way on the north, Mehring Way on the south, Elm Street on the east and Central Avenue on the west. The southern border of the stadium is one block from the Ohio River, and will be connected to the riverfront with a public park.
» From I-75 Southbound, use exits at Freeman Avenue and 2nd Street.
» From I-75 Northbound, use exits at 2nd Street and 5th Street in Ohio.
» From I-71 Southbound, use exits at 3rd Street or Gilbert Avenue.
» From I-471 Northbound, use exits at 3rd Street or 6th Street.
Parking:Parking for all practices is available in the public lots downtown at established prices for those lots. Prices vary on days of Reds home games.