More than 3,000 youth will take part in the seventh annual NFL Play 60 Character Camps this summer. The camps are part of the NFL's year-round Hispanic outreach initiative, which offers young people the chance to play and experience the game of football. 

The NFL has partnered with Hall of Fame offensive tackle, Anthony Muñoz, and several NFL clubs to host 12 NFL PLAY 60 Character Camps throughout the country. The camps' mission is to make a positive impact on youth through teaching football skills and reinforcing the importance of character in athletics and life.

“Unlike camps that focus simply on football, these take it to the next level,” said Anthony Muñoz, Founder of the Anthony Muñoz Foundation. “We use football as a platform, but bring more into it including team building and character traits. It is how I was taught as a kid growing up in Southern California and I'm proud to pass that on to today's youth." 

The camps will teach character values that are core to the Anthony Muñoz Foundation and promote NFL PLAY 60's health and fitness message. The program works in collaboration with USA Football and its NFL FLAG curriculum.

Camp Dates & Locations:

June 18 New York Jets Jets Training Facility
June 19 New York Giants Giants Training Facility
June 29 Chicago Bears Bears Training Facility
July 10 Los Angeles Chargers Santa Ana Bowl
July 11 Denver Broncos Broncos Training Facility
July 13 Jacksonville Jaguars Jaguars Training Facility
July 18 Houston Texans Texans Training Facility
July 26 San Francisco 49ers City College of San Francisco
July 30 Washington Redskins Redskins Training Facility
August 1 Arizona Cardinals   University of Phoenix Stadium
August 9 Miami Dolphins Ted Hendricks Stadium
September 18 Los Angeles Rams TBD