Leave a comment

Jets Announce Minicamp Practices and Fan Activities

The New York Jets announced on Friday that the team will open its 2013 Minicamp practices to their fans at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park, NJ. Players will be wearing helmets only and will not be outfitted in full pads.

New York Jets logo

New York Jets logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

On Tuesday June 11 at 11:15 a.m. the first Minicamp practice will be open exclusively to Jets Season Ticket Holders. In addition to watching practice, those season ticket holders will enjoy a post-practice player autograph session, Jets Fest (an interactive playground for kids), 10% off Jets Shop merchandise purchased on site that day, and local concessions for purchase. Admission and parking is free on that day but tickets are required and can be downloaded via Account Manager.

Wednesday, June 12 at 11:45 a.m. the team will welcome fans to the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center for another practice. All fans and families can check out the team in person while also enjoying a post-practice player autograph session, Jets Fest and the Jets Shop. Admission and parking is free, however registration is required and can be done at: newyorkjets.com/minicamp.

Note that space is limited and players will sign as many autographs as possible during the final period of practice. Fans should keep in mind that all autographs are not guaranteed.  At both practices the Gen Jets Kids Club will have a kids-only player autograph area. Space is limited to the first 100 kids each day, so fans are encouraged to check their kids in upon arrival. Fans are also encourage to pack light as there will be a game day search procedure including screening and bag searches upon entry.

In the event of inclement weather, practice will be canceled. Fans can check in at 973-549-4844 for weather updates. Gates will open one hour before practice on both days. For more information fans are encouraged to click on the link below:

newyorkjets.com/minicamp

%d bloggers like this: