PITTSFORD, N.Y. (WKBW) — The start of football season is upon us.
Players with the Buffalo Bills will be battling for spots on the team starting Thursday at St. John Fisher College.
But before you travel to Pittsford this summer, there are a few rules you should know about before walking through those gates.
- Alcoholic beverages and coolers are not allowed.
- Cameras with lenses longer than six inches, drones, video cameras or recording devices are prohibited.
- Authorities have the right to restrict any items that are deemed dangerous, inappropriate or detract from the experience of other fans.
- Bags larger than 12” x 6” x 12” will not be permitted. However, Clear bags smaller than 12” x 6” x 12”, single serve, unopened food containers carried in the appropriate sized bag, strollers and umbrellas are all permitted at Training Camp. For full details on the NFL Clear Bag Policy, please visit here.
Training camp is free to attend. Tickets are required for some practices. You can find the dates and times of all the training camp practices by clicking here.
Bills fans are asked to park at Mendon High School and Sutherland High School. A shuttle located at both locations will take fans to training camp. It costs $1 to ride the shuttle. You can find a shuttle schedule here.
Food and Drinks
Food and drinks will be available at concession stands at training camp. Food trucks will be at St. John Fisher College at select practices.
There will be an autograph zone for kids. Children under the age of 14 will have the chance to get autographs from two Bills players at the Kids Autograph Tent. Fans will also be able to get autographs along the fence of the field.
If there is inclement weather, the team will move practice indoors. Practice will be closed to the public.