Legendary Lambeau Field

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Lambeau Field is a legendary football stadium located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Named after the Packers’ first coach and co-founder, Curly Lambeau, Lambeau Field opened for business in 1957 and has been home to the Green Bay Packers ever since.

Statue of Vince Lombardi in front of Lambeau Field.

Experience the legendary Lambeau Field, the iconic home of the Green Bay Packers. Immerse yourself in football history with a visit to this hallowed ground, where tradition, triumphs, and the spirit of the game come to life. Plan your pilgrimage to Lambeau for an unforgettable journey through the heart of football lore.

Lambeau Field boasts a seating capacity of 81,441 fans, making it the third-largest stadium in the NFL and a source of great pride for Green Bay. While Lambeau Field has been host to some of the most memorable moments in football history, such as the 1967 game when the Packers defeated the Cowboys, it has never been the site of a Super Bowl

Visiting Lambeau Field is a unique experience unlike any other stadium in the United States. Lambeau’s famous Frozen Tundra has acquired legendary status, and Packers fans are some of the most dedicated, passionate fans in the NFL. Lambeau Field is truly a special place and a must-visit for football fans of all stripes. So grab your cheesehead hat and get ready to experience Lambeau Field!

Giant Green Bay Packers helmet suspended from the ceiling.

Lambeau Field Atrium

Fans don’t have to have season tickets to visit the stadium. More than 5 stories high, the Lambeau Field Atrium is open year-round and offers dining, entertainment, and retail options.

Stadium Dining at 1919 Kitchen and Tap

1919 Kitchen and Tap restaurant sign.

1919 Kitchen and Tap is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat before or after a game at Lambeau Field. Located in the Atrium, 1919 Kitchen and Tap offers a wide variety of delicious food options, from classic stadium fare like burgers and hot dogs to more unique dishes like Catfish Tacos and Aspen Ridge Sirloin. The restaurant also features an extensive selection of craft beers on tap, making it the perfect spot to grab a cold one before or after the game.

Plate of fried cheese curds.
Fried Cheese Curds

Packers Hall of Fame

Images of Green Bay Packers football players.

The Packers Hall of Fame is a must-see for any fan visiting Lambeau Field. Located in the Atrium, the Hall of Fame features interactive exhibits, memorabilia, and artifacts that tell the story of the Green Bay Packers’ storied history. From Vince Lombardi to Brett Favre, the Packers Hall of Fame is a great way to learn more about the team and its legendary players.

Lambeau Stadium Tours

People walking onto a football field.

For those looking for an even more in-depth experience, Lambeau Field offers three different guided tours that take visitors behind the scenes of the stadium. True Packers fans will want to take the Legendary tour which covers the Lambeau Field Atrium, East Side Premium Seating, South End Zone Rooftop, South End Zone Clubs, Lee Remmel Press Box, the Visiting Team Locker Room, and the Players Tunnel & Sideline. The tour takes 2 hours and covers 1.5 miles.

Executive suite at Lambeau Field.

Packers Pro Shop

Stack of foam cheese wedges.

The Packers Pro Shop is the official store of the Green Bay Packers, located inside Lambeau Field. The shop offers a wide selection of officially licensed merchandise, including jerseys, hats, t-shirts, cheeseheads, and more. Fans can also find unique memorabilia such as autographed items and collectibles.

Facts About Lambeau Field

  • Lambeau Field is owned by the City of Green Bay and the Stadium District.
  • Every Green Bay Packers home game has been sold out since 1960.
  • Almost all (more than 99%) of the 38,000 season ticket holders renew their seats. There are approximately 140,000 names on the waiting list for season tickets.
  • In 2022, Cory Vogel of Green Bay was offered Gold package tickets. He was on the waiting list for nearly 50 years. (Good thing his parents put him on the list when he was only 2 years old!)
  • There is a 50-foot replica of the Lombardi Trophy, named after legendary Packers coach, Vince Lombardi. 
The scoreboard at Lambeau Field.

Section Yellow

Because not every fan wants to enjoy the game with a cold one in hand, the started the first-ever sobriety support station and it’s called Section Yellow. Basically, it’s a club of 1200+ people who support both the Packers and sobriety. While they respect others’ choices to drink, they also want to provide a safe and fun environment for those who choose not to.

How To Get To Lambeau Field

The stadium is located at 1265 Lombardi Avenue in Green Bay near I-41. The nearest airport, Austin Straubel International Airport, is approximately 4.5 miles from the stadium.

Parking

Parking is sold out on a single-game basis. Nearby there are several parking lots available for fans to park their vehicles on an individual game basis. The city offers a free shuttle to and from the games. (Refer to the Game Day Routes schedule for more information.)

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Lambeau Field is an iconic stadium that has earned its place in NFL history. With its capacity, ownership, and passionate fan base, Lambeau Field offers an unforgettable experience for any football fan. Lambeau Field is a must-visit destination if you’re looking to experience the best that football has to offer!

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