Everything You Need To Know For The Patriots' 2019 Training Camp

July 23, 2019

It seems like just yesterday the New England Patriots claimed another Super Bowl victory. Now the six-time champions will be hitting the field again this Thursday to begin training camp. So if you plan on going to Foxboro to check out the practices, here is everything you will need to know:  

Training Camp Schedule

Practices will be open to view for the public July 25-27th at approximately 9:15am at the practice field located behind GIllette Stadium. A practice on July 28th will also be available at a determined time. On Monday, July 29th, Rodney Harrison's induction ceremony into the Patriots Hall of Fame will begin at 4pm, and an in-stadium practice will be available to season ticket holders at 7pm. There will be no practices on Tuesday, July 30th. Practices will resume on Wednesday, July 31st and Thursday, August 1st, at a determined time.


There will be free parking at the Patriots' training camp. The team recommends that fans arriving from the north enter at P6 and fans arriving from the south enter at P8. Click here for a detailed parking map.

How long do practices last?

Training camp practices generally last about two hours.

Do any of the Patriots have any notable injuries before entering training camp?

Yes. It was announced on Monday, July 22nd that wide-receiver Julian Edelman will miss approximately three weeks with a thumb injury. In addition, six other Patriots will reportedly begin training camp on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list, including running back Sony Michel.

What are the position battles to watch?

WEEI.com's Andy Hart has run through some of the battles to watch over the last couple weeks:
-Backup quarterback
-Running back
-Tight end
-Wide receiver
-Offensive line
-Defensive line