Bucs Release Training Camp Dates & Details

June 24th, 2021

Training camp will be a different animal this season on the fields of One Buc Palace.

First, you’ll need a digital ticket that costs $5.00. Second, it appears you can’t get a digital ticket unless you’re a season ticket holder or qualify under group-theme days — meaning there doesn’t appear to be an Average Joe day.

The $5.00 fee is per ticket, the Bucs announced, and “proceeds” from the fee is going to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers foundation. The team news release does not say all the money will go to the charity.

The first practice of training camp is Sunday, July 25. Players will be in pads for the first time on Saturday, July 31.

Below is the schedule released by the Bucs, which is subject to change, including additional dates:

All sessions begin at 8:30 a.m. (for now). Covered bleacher seating will make its return!

Sunday   July 25    Season Pass Members
Monday   July 26   Stadium Club Members
Tuesday  July 27    Season Pass Members
Wednesday July 28  Season Pass Members
Friday    July 30   Season Pass Members
Saturday  July 31     Season Pass Members
Sunday    Aug. 1    Season Pass Members
Tuesday   Aug. 3    Season Pass Members
Thursday  Aug. 5     Military Day presented by USAA
Friday    Aug. 6     Women Of Red
Saturday  Aug. 7    Stadium Club Members
Monday    Aug. 9    Community Day- Special Olympics/Arians Foundation
Tuesday   Aug. 10   Stadium Club Members
Wednesday Aug. 11    Season Pass Members
Tuesday   Aug. 17   Stadium Club Members*
Wednesday Aug. 18   Season Pass Members*

13 Responses to “Bucs Release Training Camp Dates & Details”

  1. Casual Observer Says:

    Too bad for we “average Joes.”

  2. August 1976 Buc Says:

    Can any practices be viewed live on the Bucs website? It is a long plane flight from the Philippines to see a practice. lol

    GO BUCS!!!!

  3. Medicated Pete Says:

    Bucs need a special day for those of us who travel w/ emotional support spider monkeys

  4. Jason Says:

    Can we bring back the night practice at the Licht House? I always enjoyed those..

  5. Stanglassman Says:

    I remember when people who couldn’t afford the season tickets but loved the Bucs could get their chance to see them live even if it was just for a practice. The stands looked more like the city instead of Hyde park village sidewalk. What a shame the bandwagon fans with cash get in before the real fans.

  6. Buc50 Says:

    The days of watching practice at Pepin-Rood Stadium seem so long ago.

  7. August 1976 Buc Says:

    Yes they do Buc50

    GO BUCS!!!!

  8. Rod Munch Says:

    Yeah, heading out to Pepin-Rood Stadium to watch afternoon practice was pretty awesome back in the 90s. Seeing Sapp and Lynch and Brooks out there, and now knowing what was coming, it was special.

  9. BuccoDav Says:

    I agree about Pepin-Rood. Great times.

  10. buxszntkt Says:

    Stanglassman if you were a real fan you would by ponying up the cash for your season ticket !

  11. Stanglassman Says:

    My family and I have had 12 season tickets since ‘76. We all aren’t talking about ourselves. But since you have. My father brought the preseason games here before the sides were on the old sombrero and headed the committee to get a NFL franchise here in Tampa.

  12. buxszntkt Says:

    Nice ! Back then I was a Giants fan in NY and the Bucs were a meaningless team to me, lol.

  13. Wild Bill Says:

    Cream Sickles on a stick! Haha. I laughed at my neighbor for buying season tickets then. This is a great time to be a Bucs fan!!!!