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Lambeau FieldGreen Bay Packers

1265 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay, WI, 54304

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    Located in Green Bay, Wisconsin Lambeau Field is an outdoor stadium home to the Green Bay Packers of the NFL. The football stadium replaced the original City Stadium and was called New City Stadium until 1965. The stadium changed its name to Lambeau Stadium in memory of former Packer founder, player and coach Curly Lambeau. The stadium can seat up to 73,142 and is well known for the Lambeau Leap, a celebratory leap performed by players in to the end zone stands after a touchdown. There are almost 300 concession stands throughout the stadium.

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    History

    Being the oldest operating National Football League stadium, Lambeau Field is one of the most recognized. The Green Bay Packers after completing their 51 season in 2007, broke the record set by the Chicago Bears of playing in the same facility. Being the first stadium to be built solely for a National Football League team, construction for Lambeau Field (then known as City Stadium) started in 1956 and was completed a year later with the capacity of 32,000. Over the five decades of existences, Lambeau Field has seen many expansions and renovations. What started out with the capacity of 32,000 has grown to more than double in size with capacity of over 85,000 today. Following the death of the founder Curly Lambeau in 1965, the stadium was renamed to Lambeau Field. Before the 1967 season, an underground electric heating system was installed. In 1997 the system was redone and in 2006 the surface, heating and drainage system was replaced. The game forever known as “The Ice Bowl” was played in Dec of 1967 where temperatures reached a minus 15 degrees Fahrenheit between the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys. Lambeau Field nicknamed The Frozen Tundra also was produced from that game. In it’s long existence, Lambeau Field has been the site of many historical events including the first Championship game being played to numerous division titles.

    Venue

    • Lambeau Field
      1265 Lombardi Avenue   Green Bay, WI 54304
      Call at (920) 569-7500

    Venue Details

    • 1957
    • $960
    • Green Bay Packers/Green Bay, WI
    • Outdoor
    • Somerville Associates
    • Green Bay Packers
    • New City Stadium
    • Yes
    • Yes
    • DD Grassmast
    • 72928

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    • Lombardi Avenue - Club and Sui

      • Yes
    • Ridge Road and Oneida Street - General

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    • Packers welcome one-millionth Lambeau Field Stadium Tour visitor

      2013-07-17 11:28:37

      The Green Bay Packers welcomed their one-millio...Read More...

    • Stadium District is Ready for Some Football

      2013-07-24 13:11:21

      Ashwaubenon - This week, the stadium district ...Read More...

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