Family Night 2017: Attendance, arrests, and ejections

A view from the press box of Packers Family Night held Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017. (WLUK/Jessie Basinski)

GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- An estimated 78,000 fans were expected to attend Family Night. However, the final count was 63,156, according to the Packers.

The team tweeted last year more than 66,000 fans attended Family Night.

After every event at Lambeau Field, the Green Bay Police Department releases how many people were arrested and ejected from the bowl.

This year, police say no one was arrested during Family Night. However, four people were ejected.

In 2016, police said, "In the tradition of the Family Night atmosphere there were no issues to report. Several lost parents were reunited with their children very quickly after being reported missing. Though there were adjustments in traffic due to the construction west of the stadium traffic appeared to clear quickly. There were only 2 ejections for conduct related issues and no arrests."

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