How to watch the NFL’s ‘Training Camp: Back Together Saturday’

All 32 NFL teams have reported to training camp. Tune in to the NFL's "Training Camp: Back Together Saturday" to kick off the preseason.

After five long months, NFL fans can rejoice as all 32 franchises have reported for training camp to begin preparing for the 2022 season. On Saturday, July 30, every team will hold practice with club-sponsored fan events for the league’s second annual Training Camp: Back Together Saturday, sponsored by Wilson.

While all 32 franchises prepare themselves for the new season, the NFL hopes to get the fans ready as well. With 13 hours of live coverage ahead, here’s how to watch the NFL’s Training Camp: Back Together Saturday.

How to watch ‘Training Camp: Back Together Saturday’

The second annual Training Camp: Back Together Saturday kicks off at 9 a.m. ET on NFL Network and will provide 13 hours of training camp coverage. This includes a team of over 50 on-air talents who will be on location to provide fans with the most up-to-date news and coverage. You can find a full list of the team-by-team on-location coverage here.

Part of this coverage includes mic’d-up access to players and coaches across the leagues’ practices courtesy of NFL Films to bring the viewers even closer to the action.

Franchises will also host player appearances, meet and greets, giveaways, live entertainment, and so much more for the fans who attend Training Camp: Back Together Saturday. Additionally, any fans who attend the live events will have the chance to receive a custom club “Back Together Saturday” NFT.

This will be Wilson’s first year sponsoring the event. Already partners with the NFL as the official ball of the league, Wilson hopes to enhance the fan experience even further with some more on-site opportunities. They will provide every team with a custom metallic “Duke” football to award to one lucky fan.

Is NFL Network the only channel with coverage?

While NFL Network will do the heavy lifting on the second annual Training Camp: Back Together Saturday with their 13-hour broadcast, ESPN will also have five hours of NFL Live coverage throughout the day.

Split into two separate shows, it will be Laura Rutledge hosting both episodes of NFL Live. The first show kicks off at the same time as NFL Network’s coverage and will last three hours on ESPN. A second two-hour edition will air on ABC at 1 p.m. ET. Rutledge will be joined by in-studio analysts as well as various ESPN reporters who will be stationed at training camps across the league.

While the second annual Training Camp: Back Together Saturday brings fans together to kick off the start of the new season, training camps are not a one-day affair. Following Saturday’s broadcast, you can catch NFL Network’s Inside Training Camp Presented by Old Spice from now until Aug. 10. They will provide eight hours of daily coverage, which begins every day at 10 a.m. ET.

Of course, you should keep your eyes tuned to Pro Football Network as we provide you with the most up-to-date 2022 training camp info as well as any other NFL news. Our PFN Training Camp Tour will continue for over two more weeks, as our analysts criss-cross the country to bring you all of the latest happenings from across the league.

Zachary Knerr is a contributor to Pro Football Network. You can find him on Twitter @ZachKnerr


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