Starting Monday, fans may register for a chance to win up to four free tickets by visiting the Browns Mobile App or ClevelandBrowns.com. They will be allocated by a lottery mechanism. Season ticket holders will get first priority. The deadline to register is March 2 at 11:59 p.m. EDT.
In addition to the regular season games, the Browns also hold training camp each year. This is where new players try out for a spot on the roster. It is held every day during the first week of July at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
Tickets for training camp go on sale to the general public on April 12 at 10 a.m. A random selection of people will be able to purchase these tickets before they go on sale to the general public. These fans will receive an email notification with instructions on how to purchase their tickets. Valid identification is required at check-in counter when purchasing training camp passes. Training camp passes are good for any regular season game during the 2021 season (excluding preseason).
Training camp tickets can be purchased online at browns.com/trainingcamp or by calling 1-855-8JACKSON (1-855-892-5652).
Cleveland Browns training camp tickets will be limited to one per person.
Single-game ticket inventory is extremely restricted, according to the Browns. The general public can purchase tickets beginning at 2 p.m. on March 29.
The team recommends that fans visit browns.com/tickets as soon as single-game tickets become available to purchase.
Students with a valid ID can attend games for free when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
The venue is known for its chilly atmosphere and poor quality of play. However, these issues have not stopped many fans from going to games.
Seats will be assigned when tickets go on sale to the general public. If you want to be sure you get a good spot, call 1-877-8JETS-5 or visit browns.com to register your interest in particular areas of the stadium. You can also sign up at one of the team's fan shops located around town.
General Admission Tickets Are Sold Out. While all fans are welcome to register, Browns season ticket holders and those on the team's waitlist will be given first access to a proportion of seats for each session. These tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. on July 29 at browns.com/trainingcamp.
For those who don't qualify for tickets, there will be a public on-sale beginning at 10 a.m. on Aug. 12. The box office will open one hour earlier that day - at 9 a.m. Public on-sale dates for individual games can be found here. Prices for these tickets will be determined by market demand and may not be available in some areas or for certain events.
In addition to general admission tickets, a limited number of $99 VIP tickets will be sold online and at the Brown Stands With You pre-game concert on Aug. 2. VIP packages include a premium seat location, food and beverage discounts, exclusive merchandise opportunities and more. For more information on VIP packages, visit browns.com/trainingcampvip.
Tickets for the first two days of camp (July 26-28) are now also sold out. However, registration remains open until July 25 for veterans and their families to request space on the practice field. Register today at browns.com/trainingcamp.
As long as the viewer is within the local broadcast radius, fans will be able to watch games for free online through Yahoo! Sports via ClevelandBrowns.com on the web and the Browns mobile app this season. The website and mobile app will include links to view the games. Additionally, all home games this year will be available live on NFL Network.
The Browns are one of four teams that have their games exclusively shown on NFL Network. Other than being able to see them online for free, fans cannot record the games for later viewing. However, they can listen to the games live on the radio at WWDB in downtown Cleveland (channel 70) or online at browns.com.
The Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals also have their games aired exclusively on NFL Network. However, unlike the Browns, fans can record these games for later viewing either through an online service such as Amazon Prime Video or through a cable provider such as Comcast with an NFL Network subscription.
These are the only games that can be seen for free outside of the local broadcast range. If you are outside of the Cleveland area, you will need to pay for a subscription to see every Browns game this season.
This season, the Browns will play two Monday Night Football games (at the New York Jets and at the 49ers) and one Thursday Night Football game (at home vs. the Steelers). The Cleveland Browns' 2019 schedule is tied for eighth hardest in the NFL. Based on last season's results, their opponents in 2019 have a combined record of 123-131-2 (.484). Last year's top performer was the Baltimore Ravens with four Monday Night Football games; they went 4-0.
The Browns will have nine road games and three home games in 2019. They will be traveling to face the Texans, Jaguars, Saints, Panthers, Vikings, Raiders, Giants, Cardinals, and Redskins. At home, the Browns will play the Bengals, Steelers, Ravens, Jets, and 49ers.
Cleveland will end the season with three straight home games to close out the season. That will include matchups against the Lions, Bears, and Colts. The winner of these three games will go to the playoffs. Given how early these games are in November, there is a good chance that team could be us!
Here are your 2019 Browns schedules:
Week 1: Sunday, September 9th @ Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 2: Monday, September 10th @ Baltimore Ravens
Week 3: Monday, September 17th @ Cincinnati Bengals
Week 4: Monday, September 24th @ Jacksonville Jaguars
The program airs Monday through Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. ET and may be heard locally on ESPN 850 as well as on the Browns' Mobile App at all times. The show also streams live online via Amazon Channels.
Cleveland.com will have exclusive video coverage of practice sessions, while the Pro Football Network will have live webcasts of most practices.
In addition, every day during training camp, the Browns will be posting videos on their website featuring news, interviews, and behind-the-scenes looks at life in Berea.
There will also be periodic livestreams available for fans to watch select games this season with an app called "NFL Game Pass."
Livestream information is available on the league's website.
Training camps open in a little over a week when the Browns report to Berea. The first session is Thursday, July 26th.