If you missed out on getting tickets to watch the Cleveland Browns at Training Camp, you’ll have another chance on July 8.
The first wave of tickets to watch the Cleveland Browns at training camp were made available yesterday, and the team announced that within two hours, tickets had sold out.
Fans will have another shot to grab these free tickets when the team makes the second wave of tickets available, July 8, according to WKYC-TV.
For fans who don’t make it to Berea, the team’s “Orange and Brown” scrimmage, Aug. 3, is also an option. Tickets to the Orange and Brown scrimmage cost $5 per piece.
It wasn’t a shock to hear how quickly Training Camp tickets were gobbled up. Cleveland enters the season with the most expectations the organization has known since 2008. That season, the Browns were coming off a 10-6 mark behind quarterback Derek Anderson.
Myles Garrett, Jarvis Landry and Denzel Ward are also household names, while the 2017 rushing camp, Kareem Hunt, is also expected to be at camp before his eight-game suspension goes into effect in Week 1.
ESPN recently predicted the Browns would win double-digit games in 2019, which, if it happens, should mean that the organization will make the playoffs for the first time since the 2002 season.
While big expectations haven’t been known since 2008, the hype surrounding this season’s team is reminiscent of the 1980s when the Browns were conducting Training Camp at Lakeland Community College.
Those Bernie Kosar led teams had the Browns on the cusp of the Super Bowl and Cleveland couldn’t get enough of their orange colored helmets.
Personally speaking, Training Camp has been a blast the past couple of years. The Browns have done a great job, and while watching players practice is the reason to go, there’s activities for kids, the bathroom facilities are good, and of course, there’s nothing like being up close.