The Los Angeles Rams have announced the locations and dates regarding their first training camp back in southern California. The return of football has not only brought quite the buzz around all of southern California, but will also provide fans the opportunity to witness it from two different locations.
University of California, Irvine was chosen by the Rams as the main location for training camp, courtesy of Myles Simmons of TheRams.com:
Mark you calendars: Rams are holding 17 open practices at UC Irvine for training camp—starting Sat. July 30 at 3:30. pic.twitter.com/a483bbXpd7
— Myles Simmons (@MylesASimmons) July 14, 2016
Head Coach Jeff Fisher, now entering his fifth season as the coach of the Rams, had nothing but praise for the state of the art equipment and facility, giving fans an opportunity on campus to witness history, via Joe Curley of the Ventura County Star:
Rams have officially announced the training camp agreement as well, which includes this quote from Jeff Fisher. pic.twitter.com/3EtZSxH4D9
— Joe Curley (@vcsjoecurley) July 14, 2016
The practices will be held in the central portion of the athletic facilities, just off of University Drive. While the practices are open to the public, there will be a $10 charge for parking each day unless you obtain one for the entire training camp for $140.
While information such as concessions, autograph sessions and meetings have not been announced, UC Irvine and the Rams will likely publish more information as it reaches closer to the opening of training camp.
With two weeks left before the beginning of training camp, Fisher and his staff will conclude their final invitations and signings before embarking on the journey to the regular season.