There’s plenty of football fun in store for this year’s NFL Pro Bowl Week at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The event runs from Jan. 23-28, all leading up to the Pro Bowl game on Sunday, Jan. 28.
This weeklong celebration is jam-packed with plenty of exciting events to get everyone pumped up for the big game at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.
Check out the week’s lineup of events:
Wednesday, Jan. 24:
- Watch players from the NFC and AFC practice
- Enjoy the NFL Pro Bowl Experience, a fan zone with fun, interactive activities for all ages
Thursday, Jan. 25:
- Have another chance to watch the pros practice their game
- Return to the NFL Pro Bowl Experience and try your luck at running the 40-yard dash
Friday, Jan. 26:
- Players are still practicing, and guests still have the chance to watch
- Watch the Madden NFL 18 Club Championship where the top EA Madden gamers compete live
- See athletes from all over the country compete in the NFL FLAG Championships
Saturday, Jan. 27:
- The Madden NFL 18 Club Championship continues as gamers battle for the top spot
- This is the last day to catch an NFL Pro Bowl practice live
- Last day to visit the NFL Pro Bowl Experience
- See more NFL FLAG Games
- Take part in the NFL Pro Bowl Fun Run Series at the Track & Field Complex
Sunday, Jan. 28:
- Game Day at Camping World Stadium! A game ticket is required to:
- Cheer for your favorite players or conference during the NFL Pro Bowl
- Visit the Pro Bowl Game Day Fan Plaza to enjoy pregame food, drinks and entertainment
- Watch the Boys’ 13-14 NFL FLAG Championship Game before watching the Pro Bowl Players take the field
In order to attend the practices, guests are asked to register for Fan Mobile Pass in the Pro Bowl – Fan Mobile Pass app, or visit their website. Seating in the practices are first come, first served.
Don’t miss out on this fun, weeklong celebration of all things football when it arrives on Jan. 24. For Walt Disney World Annual Passholders, they can receive reserved seating for NFC and AFC practices, as well as a $5-10 discount off Pro Bowl tickets depending on the seat level.
For more information on NFL Pro Bowl Week 2018, visit the ESPN Wide World of Sports website.