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It’s official: training camp will be in St. Joseph — with fans in attendance

For a while, it’s appeared that training camp would be back in St. Joseph this season — and now, that’s official.

Kansas City Chiefs training camp David Eulitt/Kansas City Star/Tribune News Service via Getty Images

The Kansas City Chiefs have now made it official: the team will return to Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri for their 2021 training camp — and once again, the public will be allowed to watch practices.

As the Chiefs noted, tickets for most public practices will be free — but they will need to be reserved in advance. The first public practice will be on Wednesday, July 28, while the last will take place on Sunday, August 8. Beginning at 10 a.m. on July 7, you’ll be able to reserve training camp tickets at

Missouri Western will be charging a $5 admission fee for the practices taking place on Friday, July 30, Saturday, July 31 and Sunday, August 8. Two practice sessions will be open only to Season Ticket Members — Wednesday, July 28 and Tuesday, August 10. Parking will be free on those two days, but will cost $5 on all other practice days.

Full information about 2021 Chiefs training camp is available from the Mothership.

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