The 2024 Pro Bowl will bring 88 of the top players in the NFL to Orlando for multiple days of planned activities this week.
Orlando will host the game at Camping World Stadium on Sunday, February 4, 2024. The multi-day event will feature new and returning skills challenges performed by dozens of the NFL’s top players.
The Pro Bowl game will air on ESPN and ABC at 3 p.m. ET.
Last year, the Pro Bowl was reimagined as The Pro Bowl Games in response to fan and player demand. The new format includes a mix of live and taped skills competitions and flag football.
According to the NFL, the 2023 Pro Bowl Games in Las Vegas received more than 6.4 million viewers across Disney, ESPN, ABC, Disney XD and digital. Additionally, more than 58,000 fans attended in person at Allegiant Stadium.
Orlando hosted four consecutive Pro Bowls from 2017 to 2020. This year’s Pro Bowl Games will feature events across Central Florida, including fan experiences that will celebrate the football season and bring fans close to their favorite clubs and players.
“Building off the success from last year’s reinvented format that elevated flag football and introduced fun forms of competition and entertainment, we are thrilled to bring The 2024 Pro Bowl Games to Orlando,” said Peter O’Reilly, NFL Executive Vice President, Club Business and League Events. “Hosting multiple Pro Bowls in years past, Orlando is a world-class destination and a favorite getaway for our players and their families, and we look forward to working with the city of Orlando and Florida Citrus Sports to create the ultimate all-star celebration for players, their families and our fans.”
In addition to the AFC vs NFC flag football games played by Pro Bowl players, other events will include the NFL FLAG Championships, organized with RCX Sports. The NFL FLAG Championships will feature the top girls’ and boys’ youth flag teams from across the country, as well as an International Division.
For more information, or to purchase tickets to the event, visit the NFL Pro Bowl webpage.