Pro Bowl Experience 2020: Family Fun Activities for all Ages

Camping World Stadium

The best meets the next as the tradition of the Pro Bowl heads back to Orlando for the fourth year in a row. During Pro Bowl week, everyone has the opportunity to participate in or watch a variety of events, including youth football clinics, the NFL FLAG Championships, Pro Bowl player practices, and a host of other family fun activities across Orlando. It’s a week of celebration, entertainment, and a return to the traditional AFC vs. NFC game format.
The Pro Bowl will be will be played on January 26, 2020 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. It will be televised nationally by ESPN and also simulcast on ABC.

The Pro Bowl Experience kicks off January 22, 2020 with player practices, skills showdown and an opportunity to see your favorite team players up close and personal at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando. Practices are free and open to the public but truly devoted fans can register for VIP priority access. This week long festival allows you access to football-themed activities and interactive games providing football fun for the whole family.

Try running the 40-yard dash against the worlds best, or snap the ball like a true long snapper.


Get your picture with the Pro Bowl Trophy, go out for a long pass, or just wait for your favorite player to come along and sign an autograph.

Access to the fields and players is relatively easy if you are willing to arrive early and be patient. With so much activities at the complex, you should plan on spending the entire day from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm to make the most of it. There is plenty of parking once you arrive at the complex.


Additionally, each NFL team sends a Pro Bowl cheerleader to represent itself at the game. During the week this group of top NFL cheerleaders performs a unique routine to music in Disney Spring and than allows pictures to be taken with your favorite one.

The Pro Bowl game is on Sunday January 26th, 2020 at Camping World Stadium. Be prepared to dress warm as the game time temperatures can be cold at this time of year. Parking can be difficult, but once you are heading into the Stadium, the atmosphere is lively with lots of food vendors along the main entrance.

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