ASHWAUBENON — The public practices of training camp on July 31, Aug. 1 and 3 will begin at 10:30 a.m. The times for the rest of camp will be announced at a later date, the club announced Thursday.
Practices are scheduled to take place at Ray Nitschke Field and Packers Family Night will be at Lambeau Field. The times for practices that are open to the public will be announced at a later date.
2023 Training Camp Practice Schedule
|Date||Practice Time (CT)||Notes|
|Wednesday, July 26||10:30 a.m.||First practice|
|Thursday, July 27||10:30 a.m.|
|Saturday, July 29||10:30 a.m.|
|Monday, July 31||10:30 a.m.|
|Tuesday, Aug. 1||10:30 a.m.|
|Thursday, Aug. 3||10:30 a.m.|
|Saturday, Aug. 5||7:30 p.m.||Packers Family Night|
|Monday, Aug. 7||TBD|
|Monday, Aug. 14||TBD|
|Wednesday, Aug. 16||TBD||Joint Practice w/Patriots|
|Thursday, Aug. 17||TBD||Joint Practice w/Patriots|
|Tuesday, Aug. 22||TBD|
|Wednesday, Aug. 23||TBD||Last practice open to public|
The Packers will open the second week with three open practices (July 31, Aug. 1, 3) before Family Night takes place at Lambeau Field on Saturday, Aug. 5. Green Bay will have one open practice (August 7) before traveling to Cincinnati, where they will have a joint practice before facing the Bengals in the first preseason game on Aug. 11 at 6 p.m.
Green Bay will head back home, where it will have an open practice on Aug. 14 and then two joint practices against New England (Aug. 16-17) before facing the Patriots at Lambeau Field on Aug. 19 at 7 p.m.
The Packers finish off the open sessions of training camp with two practices (Aug. 22-23) before facing the Seattle Seahawks at Lambeau Field on Aug. 26.
Should inclement weather or any other factor force the team indoors, practices will be closed to the public due to space limitations inside the Don Hutson Center.
The annual Packers Family Night, presented by Bellin Health, is scheduled for Saturday evening, Aug. 5, at Lambeau Field. The format will be a full practice to accomplish the team’s preparation goals for the regular season. The evening remains family-focused and will feature a game-like atmosphere, featuring a thunderstick giveaway courtesy of Bellin Health, Roundy’s and Walbec Group, use of the video boards featuring promotions by Ariens, Brew Pub Pizza and other partners, gameday music and a fireworks show presented by Ticketmaster at the end of the night. The doors for the event will open at 5:30 p.m. and the team will take the field for warmups at 7 p.m. with practice starting at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will go on sale Thursday, June 29, at 10 a.m. Tickets again are mobile only and priced at $10, available for purchase solely online through Ticketmaster at Ticketmaster.com. There will be a limit of 10 tickets per purchase during the first day of ticket sales. All individuals, regardless of age, require a ticket for admittance. Parking for the event will be $5, with net proceeds to benefit Meijer Simply Give and its mission to support hunger-relief efforts. Cash payments for parking will no longer be accepted. Only credit cards or mobile payments will be accepted.
Green Bay’s home preseason games, presented by Cenex, are slated for Aug. 19 vs. New England and Aug. 26 against Seattle. The Packers’ lone road preseason contest is on Aug. 11 in Cincinnati. Both home games will have a charitable aspect to them, with the first contest designated as the Play Football Game and the second game as the Packers Give Back Game.
Important dates on the preseason calendar include:
- Friday, July 21 – Packers 1K Kids Run (kids 10 years old and younger), presented by Polaris, 6 p.m.
- Friday, July 21 – Quarterbacks, rookies and injured players report
- Saturday, July 22 – Packers 5K Run/Walk, presented by Bellin Health, Lambeau Field, 8 a.m.
- Monday, July 24 – Packers Annual Meeting of Shareholders, 11 a.m.
- Tuesday, July 25 – Veteran players report
- Wednesday, July 26 – First practice, time TBD, Ray Nitschke Field
- Saturday, Aug. 5 – Family Night, presented by Bellin Health, Lambeau Field
- Wednesday, Aug. 23 – Last practice open to public, time TBD, Ray Nitschke Field