Falcons set dates for Flower Branch practice sessions

Falcons set dates for Flower Branch practice sessions

The Atlanta Falcons have set a date for the start of the training camp and training sessions that will be open to the public at the team facility in the Flowery Branch.

From the Atlanta Falcons website…

The Atlanta Falcons have announced open practice dates for 13 exercises at the AT&T Atlanta Falcons Training Camp 2022 with 12 at the IBM Performance Field and one at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Atlanta Falcons fans will have the opportunity to see the team live for the first time on July 29 and also attend the first group practice at the Flowery Branch since 2014 when the Falcons hosted the Jacksonville Jaguar on Aug. 24-25. Fans at practice July 30 will also have the opportunity to hear from Falcons head coach Arthur Smith and general manager Terry Fontenot with performances from Atlanta Falcons legend Freddie Falcon and Falcons cheerleader. A food truck and official Falcons merchandise tent will also be on site.

A limited number of free tickets for each of the 12 open practices at the IBM Performance Field are available at the following link: https://am.ticketmaster.com/falcons/22trainingcamp

In addition to hosting fans at 12 training sessions at the Flowery Branch, the Falcons will host open-air training at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Monday, August 15 with training scheduled to start at 18:30. More information on this practice will be available in July. For more information on all open practices, please visit: www.atlantafalcons.com/open-practice

AT&T Atlanta Falcons Training Camp Open Date 2022

Friday, July 29 | IBM Performance Area | 9:30 am.

Saturday, July 30 | IBM Performance Area | 9:30 am.

Monday, August 1 | IBM Performance Area | 10 a.m

Tuesday, August 2 | IBM Performance Area | 9:30 am.

Wednesday, August 3 | IBM Performance Area | 9:30 am.

Friday, August 5 | IBM Performance Area | 9:30 am.

Saturday. August 6 | IBM Performance Area | 9:30 am.

Monday, August 8 | IBM Performance Area | 10 a.m

Tuesday, August 9 | IBM Performance Area | 9:30 am.

Wednesday, August 10 | IBM Performance Area | 9:30 am.

Monday. August 15 | Mercedes-Benz Stadium | 18:30

Wednesday, August 24 | IBM Performance Areas | Training together with Jacksonville | 1 pm.

Thursday, August 25 | IBM Performance Area | Training together with Jacksonville | 1 pm.

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How do I contact the Atlanta Falcons?

How do I contact the Atlanta Falcons?

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  • Mailing Address: 4400 Falcon Parkway, Flowery Branch, GA 30542.
  • Main Telephone Number: 770-965-3115.
  • Ticket Office Telephone Number: 470-341-4500.
  • Website Address: www.atlantafalcons.com.
  • Email address:

What is the address for the Atlanta Falcons? Atlanta Falcons Football Club, 4400 Falcon Pkwy, Flowery Branch, GA, Ticket Sales – MapQuest.

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