ATLANTA — The Atlanta Falcons will again be hosting their annual football camps in Bozeman this summer.
This time, though, they’re adding locations and bringing friends.
After two successful summers hosting camps at Montana State University’s Bobcat Stadium, the Falcons will again host camps in Bozeman this summer. They’re also adding a stop in Missoula. Atlanta United FC will also host soccer camps in Bozeman and Livingston this summer.
The football camps are free admission for children ages 7-13. Each camp runs for one day (June 25 or 26 in Bozeman and June 27 or 28 in Missoula) and will “focus on teaching young athletes proper football tackling technique, as well as other football and life skills,” according to the Falcons’ website. A Falcons player will attend the camp to serve as a speaker and instructor.
Children interested in attending the football camp in Bozeman can register by clicking here. For those interested in registering for the camp at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula, please click here.
The Atlanta United soccer camps are July 15-16 in Bozeman and July 17-18 in Livingston. These camps “are for players of all ability levels from 8-14 years of age” and will offer “quality coaching and an unbelievable experience for players,” according to the MLS team’s website.
The Falcons and owner Arthur Blank have long been fond of Montana. Blank, who owns Mountain Sky Guest Ranch in Paradise Valley, is a well-known philanthropist, giving his time, resources and money to causes across the country.