Washington Commanders Training Camp 2023
Join us for our 2023 Training Camp at the OrthoVirginia Training Center at Commanders Park! Training Camp will take place from July 27 through August 19 and will include 12 open practices. View the full 2023 Training Camp open practice schedule below.
Training Camp Dates
Practice dates and times are subject to change without notice (especially in the event of inclement weather). Fans are encouraged to download the Commanders mobile app for up-to-the-minute information. Complimentary water is available at the water station, located on your left at the bottom of the hill upon entrance. Please bring a reusable water bottle to take advantage of the water station.
Training Camp Notebook
Training camp notebook, Day 17 | DBs stand out in final practice with Ravens
The Washington Commanders are finished with their two joint practices with the Baltimore Ravens. Let's take a look at some of the top observations from Day 17.
Training camp notebook, Day 16 | Commanders look sharp in first joint practice with Ravens
The Washington Commanders began their first of two joint practices with the Baltimore Ravens at Owings Mills, Maryland. Here are some of the top observations from Day 16 of training camp.
Training camp notebook, Day 15 | Montez Sweat has 'great explosion, play speed and quickness'
The Washington Commanders wrapped up their final practice before they head to Owings Mills, Maryland, for their joint practice with the Baltimore Ravens. Here are some of the top observations from Day 15.
Training camp notebook, Day 14 | Commanders prepare for joint practices with Baltimore
The two days of practices with the Ravens will provide the best chance for Rivera and his staff to judge where the Commanders are at in their development, and they have quickly become the most anticipated portion of camp.
Training camp notebook, Day 13 | Jack Del Rio wants defense to start fast, create more turnovers in 2023
The Washington Commanders wrapped up their last practice of the week on Wednesday, concluding their prep for the first preseason opener against the Cleveland Browns. Here are some observations from Day 13 of camp.
Training camp notebook, Day 12 | Bieniemy thinks 'the sky could be the limit' for Howell
Quarterback has been an infamously turbulent position for the Washington Commanders since 2018 with 13 players starting at least one game since 2018. The hope is that Sam Howell, listed as "QB1" on the unofficial depth chart, will be the one to calm those waters.
Training camp notebook, Day 11 | Commanders value versatility in backend of WR room
When it comes to filling the backend of the position, coach Ron Rivera has a list of qualities he looks for in players.
Training camp notebook, Day 10 | Commanders begin prep for preseason opener
The Commanders are five days away from playing the Cleveland Browns, and they're anxious to match up against another team.
Training camp notebook, Day 9 | Practice gets chippy to end Week 2
The tensions were high in the final practice of the week, and Rivera hopes the day can be a learning experience for his players.
Training camp notebook, Day 8 | Fuller has seen steady improvement from Forbes
Wednesday's practice was one of the most intense the Washington Commanders experienced up to this point in training camp. So, the players were rewarded with a much lighter, and shorter, practice on Thursday.
Training camp notebook, Day 7 | Commanders defense dominates in second day of pads
The Washington Commanders wrapped up their first seven days of training camp with another full-padded practice. Let's take a look at some of the top observations from Day 7.
Training camp notebook, Day 6 | Offense shows progress in first padded practice
Practice was popping -- literally -- for the Washington Commanders on Day 6 of training camp. Here are some observations from Day 6.
Training camp notebook, Day 5 | Rivera appreciates confidence, maturity from Commanders defense
The defense is expected to be a top unit once again, and the players have performed up to that standard so far in training camp. There's an air of confidence surrounding the defensive side of the field, but coach Ron Rivera is most impressed with how the players have handled it.
Training camp notebook, Day 4 | Emmanuel Forbes shines, gets his first INT of camp
The Washington Commanders wrapped up their first week of training camp in front of thousands of cheering fans, and the defense balled out to wrap up a stellar practice for the unit. Here are some of the highlights from both sides of the ball.
Training camp notebook, Day 3 | Kam Curl wants defense to start fast in 2023
The Commanders have struggled to get off to strong starts in each of the last three seasons, and Curl believes that is going to change this season.
Training camp notebook, Day 2 | Matchups with McLaurin create learning opportunities for Forbes
Forbes still has a lot to learn as he goes through his rookie year, and he gets plenty of good experience matching up against McLaurin
2023 Training Camp FAQs
How do I get tickets?
Fans can claim free Training Camp tickets via our Official Primary Ticketing Partner, SeatGeek, here: https://seatgeek.com/washington-commanders-training-camp-5-tickets
Are tickets free?
Yes, please claim free tickets here: https://seatgeek.com/washington-commanders-training-camp-5-tickets
How many total tickets can I claim?
You may claim up to 6 tickets for each open day of Training Camp.
Do children need tickets for Training Camp?
Your total number of tickets claimed must include children of all ages.
Can I attend multiple days of Training Camp?
Yes, feel free to sign up for as many days as you plan to attend.
How do I access my tickets?
Once you have claimed your free tickets via SeatGeek, you can access your Training Camp tickets via the Commanders mobile app or the SeatGeek mobile app. Be sure to log in with the same email address as you used to claim your tickets.
Where do I park for Training Camp?
Free parking for training camp is available at Dulles Town Center (21100 Dulles Town Cir, Sterling, VA 20166), and a shuttle bus will run every ten minutes starting at 7:30 a.m. for the duration of each day of Training Camp. All fans should plan to plan to park at the Dulles Town Center and take the shuttle to Training Camp. ADA parking will be available on-site at the OrthoVirginia Training Center at Commanders Park. Guest will be asked to present a valid state-issued disabled parking permit and/or license plate to access the on-site ADA parking.
Please refer to commanders.com/trainingcamp for the latest parking information.
What concessions will be available at Training Camp?
Food and drinks for purchase will be available from local food trucks. Additionally, One Loudoun (https://www.downtownoneloudoun.com/) is a 5-minute drive from the Commanders practice facility and includes a variety of food and entertainment options.
Will merchandise be available for purchase at Training Camp?
Fans can purchase a variety of Commanders merchandise at Training Camp, including NFL-licensed apparel, official NFL Training Camp gear, mini footballs, helmets, and other fan favorite retail items.
What is the bag policy for Training Camp?
The clear bag policy is not in effect for Training Camp practices at OrthoVirginia Training Center at Commanders Park, however, all visitors and bags entering the facility grounds are subject to search by team security.
What items are prohibited from Training Camp?
The following items are prohibited at the OrthoVirginia Training Center at Commanders Park:
- Animals (except for certified guide dogs assisting disabled guests)
- Audio and video recorders or accessories (including GoPros, selfie sticks, and tripods)
- Cameras with detachable lenses 5" or greater
- Glass bottles or containers
- Weapons, firearms, illegal drugs
Will I have the opportunity to get player autographs if I attend Training Camp?
Following each practice, Commanders players and coaches may stop to sign autographs for fans. Autographs are not guaranteed and are up to the discretion of the player and/or coach.
What seating options are available at Training Camp?
A 2,000-seat bleacher area along the sideline is available for viewing practice on a first-come, first-served basis. Fans may bring blankets and lawn chairs if interested in sitting on open grass.
How can I request ADA access if needed?
ADA access will be available to those who need assistance. If you are in need of ADA assistance, please notify event staff upon your arrival.
What are the photo and video guidelines at Training Camp?
Capture of photos or shooting of video, including on cell phones, is not permitted during the team portions of training camp (7-on-7, 11-on-11, special teams, and installs). A member of the Washington Commanders staff will inform you when the portions of practice in which photos are permissible have concluded. Cameras with detachable lenses 5" or greater are prohibited. Additionally, the use of video cameras is not permitted in general. If this policy is violated, you will be asked to leave and may not be permitted to return to training camp for the remaining open practices.
Can I bring a cooler to Training Camp?
Yes, fans are permitted to bring coolers to Training Camp as long as they do not contain alcoholic beverages. Outside food is not permitted.
Are Training Camp practices rain or shine?
Practices will be rain or shine, unless in the instance of severe weather. Instances of severe weather may create an unsafe environment for guests. This may result in fans not being permitted to watch practice. Alerts, updates, and schedule changes will be communicated as soon as possible.
What items should I bring to Training Camp to make my experience better?
We recommend fans bring the following items to Training Camp:
· Portable fan
· Sharpies and items for autographs
Can I bring my pet to Training Camp?
Pets are not permitted at any location during training camp (except for certified service animals).
Are there bathrooms on site?
Portable restrooms will be available on site near the practice fields for guests to use during the event.
Is there special access for Season Ticket Members?
Season Ticket Members that selected the Business Network membership type for the 2023 Season will receive separate communication regarding their opportunity to receive VIP access to Training Camp.
For more information on Season Ticket Memberships and Washington Gold benefits, visit: commanders.com/seasontickets
Can I attend Military Appreciation Day and Kids Day?
Yes, all fans are permitted to attend Military Appreciation Day and Kids Day.
How can I attend the joint practices in Baltimore?
This information will be available closer to Training Camp in August. Please continue to visit baltimoreravens.com for more information