Arizona Cardinals: 3 things you should know about training camp 2015
By Scott Allen
Jul 26, 2014; Tempe, AZ, USA; Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell (93) signs autographs for fans during training camp at University of Phoenix. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports
Here is one more review of Arizona Cardinals training camp 2015 for those wanting to attend
The Arizona Cardinals training camp opens this Friday July 31st. Technically the players report and the first day of practice will be this Saturday August 1st.
These are the top five things you should know about going to camp. Attending practices are free of admission to the general public.
1. Where to enter, park, and at what time
The Cardinals on days they do practice will be practicing from 2:00-4:30pm. First practice is this Saturday at 2:00pm at University of Phoenix Stadium.
Parking for all practices during the weekdays Monday thru Friday will be on the east side of the stadium in the Green and Grey parking lots. The Cardinals and stadium officials ask that you please use the 91st avenue entry. If you are going on weekends on Saturday’s and Sunday, additional parking will be available in the west Orange lots.
Fans can enter the parking lots starting at 12:30pm and will be allowed to enter the stadium at 1:30. You will not be allowed to tailgate but concessions will be available inside the stadium.
Fans can enter through Gate 3 on the east side of the stadium. You will also be allowed to enter through the Arizona Cardinals Team Shop on the north side of the stadium. On weekends with the additional parking open, fans will be able to enter through Gate 1 as well.
All fans will be subject to search prior to entering the stadium. Please try not to complain much, that’s the way it is at games and the same standards were implemented for those attending practices as well.