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The 64th training camp in Minnesota Vikings history and the seventh hosted at Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center will feature nine open practices, beginning with Back Together Weekend on Saturday, July 27, and concluding on Thursday, August 8.

General Admission tickets for eight of the nine practices are free for Vikings Season Ticket Members and children 17 and younger and $5 for adults. Tickets for the night practice are available at $10 for adults, $5 for children 17 and younger and free for children under 36" tall. Most of all ticket sale proceeds will go to the Minnesota Vikings Foundation.

Season Ticket Members will receive priority access to reserve tickets at beginning at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11, while access for the general public will begin at 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 13.

Digital Tickets/Capacity

Fans must reserve general admission digital tickets in advance for all open training camp practices. Up to 4,000 digital tickets will be available to reserve each day. Capacity for the night practice at TCO Stadium is set at 7,000. There is no limit on paid digital tickets. Season Ticket Members can reserve up to four (4) free digital tickets for a maximum of two (2) days. For all ticket reservations or purchases and for a complete training camp schedule, fans can visit

• Regular Practices (8) - $5 for adults; free for children 17 and younger and Vikings Season Ticket Members

• Night Practice at TCO Stadium (1) - $10 for adults; $5 for children 17 and younger; free for children under 36" tall

Daily Times/Key Dates

A complete list of daily practice times can be found at

• Saturday, July 27 – Back Together Weekend

• Monday, July 29 – First padded practice

• Monday, Aug. 5 – Night practice

• Thursday, Aug. 8 – Last open practice


Organized autograph sessions with Vikings players for kids 17 and younger will once again take place in 2024. A complete autograph schedule is posted at

Fan Elements

Along with regular player autograph sessions, additional fan activation elements will include a family fun zone, as well as youth football clinics, cheer clinics and prize-winning opportunities. Full fan entertainment details can be found at


Similar to previous years, digital parking passes will be $10 apiece and can be purchased when reserving tickets. Fans who do not reserve parking in advance can pay $20 upon arrival. Rideshare drop-off and pickup location will be once again available in the Northland Ford Dealers Parking Lots. ADA parking is available in the ramp connected to the Vikings Locker Room Store and Training Haus, and can be selected in the order process.


Permanent upgraded bleachers, located adjacent to the practice fields, will be available for all tickets. ADA accommodations will be available.


A full selection of food and beverage items will be available again in 2024, along with the Vikings Table food truck most days. Fans will be allowed to bring in their own sealed bottles of water, and empty water containers up to 32 ounces can be filled for free on site.

Cashless Experience

Cash payments will not be accepted at training camp. Credit and debit cards or contactless options like Apple Pay can be used for all purchases.


As in previous years, fans attending training camp will go through security screening magnetometers and the U.S. Bank Stadium bag policy will be in effect. A list of prohibited items is available on

Netflix 'Receiver' official trailer released; series premieres July 10

Justin Jefferson on Thursday helped launch the official trailer for the Netflix docuseries Receiver with a clip in which he explains his passion for football.

"I never played to be the richest. I played because I love the game," said Jefferson, who last week became the highest-paid non-QB in the NFL. The contract extension fulfilled a childhood dream that began when Jefferson was an "undersized kid" in Louisiana.

Through his first four seasons, Jefferson has emerged from that frame and become one of the most dominant NFL players, shattering team and league records along the way.

"I have an alter ego," Jefferson added. "You know, when I start putting these chains on, start putting the teeth in …"

The shot cuts to Jefferson laughing, as he takes a break from film to look at the camera from a cozy chair.

The docuseries, which is from the same producers as 2023's wildly successful Quarterback, will spotlight Jefferson, Detroit's Amon-Ra St. Brown, Las Vegas' Davante Adams and San Francisco do-everything receiver Deebo Samuel and tight end George Kittle.

The spotlight of Kittle leads to a cameo by Vikings safety Harrison Smith. A clip from "The Hitman" striking Kittle on an incomplete pass in the 2023 Monday Night Football game between the 49ers and Vikings is included.

A mic'd up Kittle said, "Oh, that was mean, Harrison. My wife is mad at you."

The series will launch exclusively on Netflix on July 10. – press releases