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Information compiled and written by Nathan Wertheimer
The NFL Pro Bowl Football Game is back in Orlando for the 4th straight year. Last year it had a near sell-out crowd for this game at Camping World Stadium. This game is being held on Sunday, January 26, 2020, at 3pm, at Camping World Stadium. Come see today’s NFL stars play it out on this field. It is recommended to arrive early on game day to the stadium.
It is a quick drive from the center of Downtown Orlando west to Camping World Stadium. Please be advised some roads maybe closed before and after the game. Check your GPS for the best route to the stadium. There are some pre-pay parking lots around the stadium. It is advised to purchase online to reserve your parking space near the stadium at one of the many parking lots. Additional parking maybe available at Geico Parking Garage and other City of Orlando Parking lots/Garages. For more information please visit http://www.orlando.gov/Parking-Transportation/Parking/Parking-Garages-and-Lots . Parking fees per vehicle may range from $10-$50. Some properties allow pre-game tailing however check with parking lot attendant.
It is expected to be another near sell-out crowd for this game again. Get your tickets now before they’re gone. Tickets for this game range from $45-$250 per ticket. Every seat in the house has a great view. The lower bowl has box seats and the upper bowl has bleacher style seating. They’re maybe some stadium suites available too. For tickets please visit www1.ticketmaster.com/event/22005739E309C567?camefrom=CFC_OS_NFLcom_728x90_A_1
Buyers should beware that their maybe ticket scalpers selling real and fake game tickets outside of the stadium. It is best to buy from a reputable ticket dealer.
There will be an NFL Pro Bowl Fan Central just right Outside of the Stadium. Valid game day ticket maybe required. There will be many things to see and do at this fan zone.
There are security checkpoints before entering Camping World Stadium. Certain items may not be allowed inside the stadium. All bags will be search upon entering the stadium. Everyone will be going through metal detectors. Any questions on security matters please visit http://www.campingworldstadium.com/plan-your-visit/pro-bowl-event-guide .
There are many things to see and expect for the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl Football Game. The 2020 Pro Bowl will follow the traditional AFC versus NFC match-up, which returned last season, and feature 88 of the best NFL players – 44 from each conference – as determined by a consensus of votes by fans, players, and coaches. Both teams will be led by offensive and defensive NFL Legends who will serve as captains representing each conference. Fans get to see the very best NFL players take the field in Orlando.
After the football game there is another event called the Pro Bowl Kids Stadium Takeover. This will happen 15-20 minutes after the game has ended and the players have clear the field. Certain restriction may apply.
Game Day Tentative Timeline:
- Parking Lots Open – 10AM
- Free Shuttle Begins – 10AM
- Pro Bowl Fan Central Open – 12PM
- Stadium Gates Open – 12PM
- Flag Football Championship on field – 1PM
- Pro Bowl Kickoff – 3PM
- End of Game at approximately 6:30PM
- Pro Bowl Kids Stadium Takeover – Right after the game
- Free Shuttle from Stadium Ends 1-hour after the game has been completed
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