The San Francisco 49ers formally announced that August 1 will host their first training camp practice on August 1. The practice will take place at 7 p.m. PT, following a local high school football all star game. This news first came out three weeks ago when the Levi's Stadium Instagram account announced it. The practice will be open to fans who pay to see the all star game. That game kicks off at 4:30, and the 49ers practice will immediately follow it inside Levi's Stadium. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for kids.
The 49ers will report to training camp in advance of this date. This likely means veterans will report on July 31. Rookies and quarterbacks are allowed to report earlier than that, but there is no word yet on when those 49ers players will arrive. There is also no word on the 49ers schedule for the rest of training camp. The start of camp means media availability throughout the week. Aside from player availability, Jim Tomsula, Geep Chryst and Eric Mangini will all get some formal time with the media each week.
This all means we are just under four weeks away from the start of training camp. Huzzah!