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Bengals Family Day 2017: What to know if you go

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Family Day is the best Bengals training camp session for fans to attend. Get all the details here.

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The Cincinnati Bengals will be holding Family Day at Bengals Training Camp, presented by Fifth Third Bank, on Saturday.

This is one of the best days to attend training camp as it’s a scrimmage practice located inside the stadium with tons of activities and excitement!

What to know if you go:

What: Family Day at Bengals Training Camp

Where: Paul Brown Stadium

When: Saturday, August 5, 1:00 p.m. ET (gates open at 12:00 p.m. ET)

Cost: Free!

Non-Football Activities: Kid-friendly attractions will include inflatables, face painting, balloon artists, pictures with team mascot Who Dey, an NFL Play 60 Activity Zone and a Ben-Gals Cheer Zone.

Giveaway: The first 1,500 kids to visit the Kids Club Booth will receive a Bengals lunch box and a poster. All fans will have an opportunity to win one of 10 Bengals Prize Packs by simply tweeting a photo from practice with #LetsRoar and #Bengals50.

Parking: Free parking will be available for a limited time in riverfront lots surrounding Paul Brown Stadium (Lots A, B, D, E and UE). Access to free parking will be available after 11:00 a.m. and fans must exit all parking areas by 5:00 p.m.

Details: Players and coaches will start taking the field shortly after 12:30 p.m., and practice will begin at 1:00 p.m. A range of kid-friendly activities will be available, and the full team will sign autographs after practice. It’s expected the autograph session will begin around 2:30 p.m. (Note: not everyone will get an autograph!)

This day will mark the only time this season that the Bengals will practice inside Paul Brown Stadium in front of an audience. This intrasquad scrimmage will serve as a warmup for the team’s first preseason game at home on Friday, Aug. 11 at 7:30 p.m. versus the Buccaneers.

On Saturday at Family Day, the Bengals’ roster will be split into two teams -- the black jersey team and the white jersey team. Bengals radio broadcaster Dave Lapham will provide live commentary in the stadium during the scrimmage, which will be played and scored like a normal NFL game.