Lambeau Field Tickets
Lambeau Field Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at Lambeau Field
Lambeau Field 1265 Lombardi Avenue Green Bay, WI 54304 Capacity: 72,569
A Green Bay Packers ticket is a passport to another time. The team’s home, Lambeau Field, brims with tradition, more so than any stadium in the National Football League. That’s because Lambeau is the oldest continually occupied stadium in the league and the third-oldest active home field in American pro sports, trailing only Fenway Park and Wrigley Field. It’s also because the iconic building has played host to some of the most memorable games in NFL history.
Built for only $960,000 in the mid-1950s, the Packers’ home field was originally called City Stadium. At the time of its dedication, its capacity was only 32,500. It’s name was changed in 1965 after the death of team co-founder Curley Lambeau. Two years later, on Dec. 31, 1967, the Packers defeated the Dallas Cowboys, 21-17, in the third and final NFL championship game to be held in Green Bay. The game was played in bitter cold with the wind chill dipping to -46 degrees. The Packers’ victory in the “Ice Bowl” earned them a ticket to Super Bowl II - they defeated Oakland, 33-14 - and is regarded as one of the great games in NFL history.
This year’s Packers are looking for another Super Bowl title after Aaron Rodgers led Green Bay to a win in the big game in Super Bowl XLV over the PIttsburgh Steelers. After an incredible regular season in 2011, the Packers were stunned by Eli Manning and the New York Giants in the first round of the playoffs. Packers tickets are always in great demand, so anyone hoping to visit Lambeau Field on game day this fall had better plan ahead. Gotickets is a great place to go if you’re looking for Lambeau Field tickets.
Despite its age, Lambeau Field is as fan-friendly as any of the new stadiums that have opened during the NFL’s building boom of the past decade. In ‘01, work began on a $295 million renovation aimed at boosting the seating capacity and modernizing the stadium’s amenities. Completed in ‘03, the project was a rousing success. Not only did it add much-needed concessions stands and restrooms; it also added an entirely new attraction - the Packers Hall of Fame. Bursting with memorabilia, including a recreation of Vince Lombardi’s office, the Hall has made Lambeau Field a year-round tourist attraction. Of course, the stadium’s allure is never greater than on those crisp autumn Sundays when Favre and company are playing. There’s no better place to be, whether you live and die with the Packers or simply appreciate pro football’s tradition and pageantry. GoTickets can put you there.