The Colts will be practicing at Grand Park this summer and you are invited to come watch for free!

Colts Training Camp is Full of Free Family Fun for Fans | 2021 Schedule

2021 Colts Training Camp Info

Colts Training Camp is back this summer and we just know you’re going to want to spend some time watching the team practice and scrimmage. The Indianapolis Colts Training Camp will take place at Grand Park in Westfield and will once again allow for fans to come see the Indianapolis Colts on the field for free! The team will take the field beginning on July 27th and the first of 19 public practices will be on July 28, 2021.

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Due to remaining NFL COVID-19 protocols, fans will not be permitted to interact with players or coaches and must maintain a 20-foot distance from players and coaches.  As such, no player/coach autographs or photographs with fans will be permitted at any time.

The Colts will be practicing at Grand Park this summer and you are invited to come watch for free! Make sure you double check their schedule online before you attend, sometimes there are last minute changes for weather or other factors.

Colts City

Families will love the special area called Colts City. This year, Colts City will be larger than ever at a whopping 85,000 square feet! A new 85,000 square foot multi-purpose asphalt pad and Play 60 turf field, adjacent to the Colts practice fields, will allow fans to enjoy Colts City activities and team practices more conveniently. In addition to camp activities, the field will increase local youth football programs by hosting tournaments, camps and clinics throughout the year.

Colts City will be open each day practice is open to the public.  Daily activities will include:

    • Colts Play 60 Field, featuring football drills, 40-yard dash & punt returns
    • Colts inflatables 
  • Colts In Motion, presented by Belle Tire, the team’s interactive traveling experience
  • Colts Pro Shop 
  • Coca-Cola Social Tent
  • Photo opportunities
  • Interactive partner displays and exhibits
  • Colts 50/50 Raffle, with 50 percent of the net proceeds supporting the work of the Indianapolis Colts Foundation (Indiana Gaming License #: 012046).
  • Books Drive for Books For Youth, presented by Cargo Services, Inc. Fans are encouraged to drop off new or gently used books at Colts Community collection stations located at Grand Park. All donations will benefit local youth in foster care and help fill backpacks with 25 age-appropriate books for each child.

Don’t forget that the NFL clear bag policy will be in effect.
Details available here.

No COVID Restrictions for Fans at Colts Training Camp

  • There will be no COVID-19-related capacity restrictions for fans.
  • There will be no COVID-19 screening required for entry.
  • While masks and face coverings will be encouraged, they will be optional.  A dedicated “mask required” section will be available for fans in high-risk health categories or who would prefer to sit in a masked area.
  • This year, fans will not be permitted to interact with players or coaches and must maintain a 20-foot distance from players and coaches. 
  • No player/coach autographs or photographs with fans will be permitted at any time during the 2021 Training Camp.

On-Site Hamilton County Health Department Vaccination Clinic: The Colts will partner with HCHD and Indiana University Health to host a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic onsite during camp.  The clinic will be open in Colts City during advertised operating hours and will offer the Pfizer vaccine to individuals 12 and older and a limited supply of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to those 18 and older.

Parking at Colts Training Camp

Parking for Colts Training Camp is available in Grand Park for $5 per vehicle. Please use Lot F, G and C. ADA parking is  available in Lot G. Save time and purchase your parking pass in advance.

2021 Colts Training Camp Schedule

Additional details will be released soon.

Colts Training Camp Kick Off Day

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Youth Sports Day

Thursday, July 29, 2021

“Out Of Office” Day

Friday, July 30, 2021

Kid’s Day, presented by Riley Children’s Health and “Back Together Saturday”

Saturday, July 31, 2021

Colts Training Camp Back to School Day

Monday, August 2, 2021

Colts Training Sunrise Fitness Day, presented by Planet Fitness

Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Colts Training Camp Community Day

Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Hall of Fame Day, powered by Kerauno

Saturday, August 7, 2021

Bike to Camp Day, presented by Meijer

Sunday, August 8, 2021

Colts Training Camp Armed Forces Day

Wednesday, August 11, 2021

“Thirsty Thursday,” presented by Bud Light

Thursday, August 12, 2021

Joint practices with the Carolina Panthers. This early evening practice will be open to the public and will take place in advance of the teams’ preseason game on Sun., Aug. 15 at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Fan Appreciation Day, presented by CenterPoint Energy

Friday, August 13, 2021

Joint practices with the Carolina Panthers. This early evening practice will be open to the public and will take place in advance of the teams’ preseason game on Sun., Aug. 15 at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Frontline Worker Appreciation Day

Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Grandparents Day

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

“Mom & Tots Day Out”

Thursday, August 19, 2021

Things to do in Westfield

As the city of Westfield grows, we’re seeing more and more things to do with kids in Westfield, but nothing beats these family friendly restaurants in Westfield. If you really want to explore and play, check out the best playgrounds in Westfield or take a hike or bike trail in Westfield.

If you’re making a date night of your trip to training camp, we suggest you stop in to Urban Vines for a wine tasting or hit up one of these best date nights in Westfield.

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