DETROIT (WXYZ) - The Detroit Lions have announced that they will hold a session of their 2012 Youth Football Camps at Ford Field.
The morning sessions will run June 18 to the 21. The afternoon sessions will run June 20 and 21.
The morning sessions will be a four day Detroit Fundamentals Camp that will cost $159. It will feature two days of offensive fundamentals and two days of defensive fundamentals, along with special teams' basics.
The camp is open to boys and girls from between 6 and 14-years-old.
The afternoon session will be a two-day Detroit Kicking/Punting Academy coached by Eddie Murray. It is open for boys and girls from between 12 and 18-years-old and costs $99.
All of the camps are non-contact and participants will be grouped based on skill level.
Space is limited to the first 70 registered participants. You can register online or by calling (313) 262-2248.
You can get more information on the Detroit Lions Youth Football Camps on the Detroit Lions website .
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