NFL Pro Bowl Week begins at Walt Disney World

by Brittani Tuttle

This week, the National Football League’s biggest stars will take over Orlando for the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl, and all the action is happening at Walt Disney World!

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It all starts with the Pro Bowl Experience, which opens this Wednesday at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The Pro Bowl Experience is an interactive outdoor area where fans can test their football skills and see how they measure up against their favorite players. Activities include the 40-yard dash, passing, catching, kicking, and the vertical jump.

Other immersive exhibits will take fans right into the heart of all the action, and throughout the week, you can catch your favorite players preparing for the big game during NFC and AFC practices.

There’s no admission charge to either the Pro Bowl experience, which is open daily from Wednesday – Sunday, or team practices, which are open to the public with the NFL OnePass app.

nfl pro bowl week

This Wednesday will also be the debut of the new Pro Bowl Skills Showdown at The Stadium at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, where many Pro Bowl players, including Vonn Miller and Jarvis Landry, will compete in challenges like Precision Passing, Best Hands, and Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball, as well as a new challenge — Thread the Needle, where defensive backs will go head-to-head to stop opposing quarterbacks from completing passes. Tickets for the Skills Showdown are available here.

The fun continues at Disney Springs, as on Saturday, fans can head to the Marketplace Stage for the 2020 Pro Bowl Pep Rally. NFL team mascots and cheerleaders will be on hand for a night of dancing, NFL and Disney trivia, food and drinks, and NFL merchandise. There’s no admission charge for the Pep Rally, which is open to the public. Pro Bowl entertainment will take place at 4 p.m., 5 p.m., and 6 p.m.

The 2020 NFL Pro Bowl game will take place on Sunday at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium at 3 p.m., with many pre-game entertainment offerings happening outside of the stadium. Tickets to the game are still available, though you can watch live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes.

To learn more about the Pro Bowl happenings at ESPN Wide World of Sports, click here. For the latest news about the Pro Bowl, visit ProBowl.com.


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