A free football camp is coming to Bills Stadium this month

For the second year in a row, a free, family-friendly football camp is coming to Buffalo.

Feel Good Mornings with Dave Fields Monday-Friday 6-10am

Feel Good Mornings with Dave Fields Monday-Friday 6-10am

USA Football announced that it has teamed up with Blitz and the Buffalo Bills to deliver a day full of football fun at the Bills’ home of Highmark Stadium.

The event will take place on June 26 from noon to 4:30 p.m. The event is free but you must register and register. Register HERE. All registrations will be first come first served based on event capacity.

Here’s what you can expect at the event:

  • Learn some skills at First Down Clinics
  • Measure yourself on the corner of the combine
  • Play garden games and bounce in inflatables
  • Take selfies in cute helmets
  • Youth Fun Flag Clinics
  • USA Soccer Gifts
  • 40 yard dash and obstacle course
  • Football-themed inflatables
  • tailgate yard games
  • Photo booth, DJ, music, make-up

The event is made for children with and without football experience. There will also be events for parents as well as vendors and food trucks.

This is the second year the event has been held at Highmark Stadium. Last year, over 350 children and parents enjoyed a free afternoon of football and were delighted to meet former guest speaker Eric Moulds.

It is not yet known who will be the special guest this year at the clinic.

There is also a special clinic for youth football coaches taking place at the same time. You can sign up for the coaching clinic HERE.

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