- Address: 1265 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 81,000
- Opened: 29 September 1957
- Main use: American football
- Tenants: Green Bay Packers (American football)
Extra stadium info – Lambeau Field
The construction of the Lambeau Field, which was renovated several times, started in 1956. The venue is also known as The Frozen Tundra or Title Town USA. It opened as the City Stadium with a capacity of 32,000. The National Football League stadium has been known as the Lambeau Field since 1965. It is known as a venue for several events, like American football, concerts and ice hockey. The stadium hosted its first-ever ice hockey game in 2006. The match was known as the Frozen Tundra Hockey Classic. 40,000 people showed up for the game between the ice hockey teams of the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Wisconsin Badgers. The Badgers won the match.
The Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers, one of the first American football clubs with 1 million followers on its main social media page, have been tenants of the stadium since 1957. The American football club was founded in 1919. In 1921, they played their first game in the league which is currently known as the National Football League. It was the second edition of the league.
The Packers became the first NFL club with 10 league championships. They won the inaugural edition of the tournament which is currently known as the Super Bowl in 1967. The Green Bay Packers won the tournament after beating the Kansas City Chiefs in the city of Los Angeles. A crowd of 61,000 showed up for the game. The Packers drew an average home attendance of 49,000 in that National Football League season. The Green Bay Packers also won the second edition of the tournament, which took place in the city of Miami in front of 75,000 spectators.