Aug 4, 2017
|Green Bay Packers vs Chicago Bears (date Tba)|
Soldier Field | Chicago, IL
Aug 10, 2017
|Nfl Preseason: Philadelphia Eagles vs Green Bay Packers|
Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Aug 19, 2017
|Nfl Preseason: Green Bay Packers vs Washington Redskins|
FedEx Field | Landover, MD
Aug 26, 2017
|Nfl Preseason: Green Bay Packers vs Denver Broncos|
Sports Authority Field at Mile High | Denver, CO
Aug 31, 2017
Nfl Preseason: Los Angeles Rams vs Green Bay Packers
Nfl Preseason: Los Angeles Rams vs Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Sep 10, 2017
Seattle Seahawks vs Green Bay Packers
Seattle Seahawks vs Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Sep 17, 2017
|Green Bay Packers vs Atlanta Falcons|
Mercedes-Benz Stadium | Atlanta, GA
Sep 24, 2017
Cincinnati Bengals vs Green Bay Packers
Cincinnati Bengals vs Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Sep 28, 2017
Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers
Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Oct 8, 2017
|Green Bay Packers vs Dallas Cowboys|
AT&T Stadium | Arlington, TX
Oct 15, 2017
|Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings|
U.S. Bank Stadium | Minneapolis, MN
Oct 22, 2017
New Orleans Saints vs Green Bay Packers
New Orleans Saints vs Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Nov 6, 2017
Detroit Lions vs Green Bay Packers
Detroit Lions vs Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Nov 12, 2017
|Green Bay Packers vs Chicago Bears|
Soldier Field | Chicago, IL
Nov 19, 2017
Baltimore Ravens vs Green Bay Packers
Baltimore Ravens vs Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Nov 26, 2017
|Green Bay Packers vs Pittsburgh Steelers|
Heinz Field | Pittsburgh, PA
Dec 3, 2017
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Green Bay Packers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Dec 10, 2017
|Green Bay Packers vs Cleveland Browns|
FirstEnergy Stadium - Cleveland | Cleveland, OH
Dec 17, 2017
|Green Bay Packers vs Carolina Panthers|
Bank of America Stadium | Charlotte, NC
Dec 23, 2017
Minnesota Vikings vs Green Bay Packers
Minnesota Vikings vs Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Dec 31, 2017
|Green Bay Packers vs Detroit Lions|
Ford Field | Detroit, MI
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Green Bay Packers Playing at Home – About Lambeau Field
When you think of great football venues, Lambeau Field is one of the first ones that comes to mind for most true fans. As the home to the Green Bay Packers, Lambeau Field has long been considered to be among the most popular destinations for both hometown fans as well as fans from the opposing teams. Whether you attend the game for great football action, excellent food, or a fun atmosphere, you are sure to get all when you attend a game at Lambeau Field. Whether you are looking for Green Bay Packers tickets or tickets for any other Green Bay Packers game, you should use our handy interactive Lambeau Field seating chart to help you figure out what tickets to purchase. Located in Green Bay, WI and with a stated seating capacity of 80,735, Lambeau Field has been considered one of the great venues since being built in 1957. Anytime you are in Green Bay, WI, you should be sure to check out the great atmosphere and action that only can be had by attending a game at Lambeau Field.
Green Bay Packers Fans
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The Green Bay Packers are the defending NFC North champs as they finished with a 12-4 record and made it to the NFC Title game before bowing out to Seattle.
Last year the Green Bay offense ranked 1st in scoring, at 30.4 ppg, while also ranking 6th in total yards (386.1 ypg), 8th in passing (266.3 ypg) and 11th in rushing (119.8 ypg). The Offense has not been a problem for this team since Aaron Rodgers took over at QB and we don’t see it being a problem this year either, especially with all 11 starters returning from last year’s squad that led the league in scoring. Rodgers is the best QB in the league and is off his 2nd MVP campaign after throwing for 4381 yards last year with 38 TDs and just 5 INTs. Aaron will again have the luxury of throwing to Jordy Nelson and Randal Cobb, who both had 12+ TD receptions last year. The WR corps got even stronger with the addition of 3rd round pick Ty Montgomery, plus they still have last year’s rookie Davante Adams, who showed that he has all the tools to be a solid WR in this league. The running game is in very good hands, with Eddie Lacy toting the ball after he ran for 1139 yards and 9 TDs last year. James Starks is a solid backup when Lacy needs a break.
Defensively the Packers ranked 13th in points allowed (21.8 ppg), 15th in yards allowed (346.4 ypg), 10th vs the pass (226.4 ypg) and 23rd vs the run (119.9 ypg). The defense was very average last year and with everyone back on offense, the packers did use 3 of their first 4 draft picks to upgrade the defense. The defensive line is led by Mike Daniels, who may be a bit undersized, but his toughness and determination more than make up for it. The line will also get B.J. Raji back after he missed all of last year with a triceps injury. Last year Clay Mathews was moved to the inside midway through the season and it paid off big time as they allowed 70 yards per game less after the break. He is the clear leader of this defense and has made it to five straight Pro Bowls. Julius Peppers have found his game again as a member of the Packers, while Sam Barrington showed that he could play with the same intensity as A.J Hawk, who he replaced. The Pack then used their first two picks in the draft to take safety Damarious Randall and CB Quinten Rollins and both are expected to make strong contributions this year. Sam Shields does return but he needs to be more consistent in pass defense, while Morgan Burnett and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, both are well above average DBs.
2015 Green Bay Packers Draft: (1) DB Damarious Randall (Arizona State), (2) DB Quinten Rollins (Miami (OH)), (3) WR Ty Montgomery (Stanford), (4) LB Jake Ryan (Michigan), (5) QB Brett Hundley (UCLA), (6) FB Aaron Ripkowski (Oklahoma), (6) DE Christian Ringo (Louisiana-Lafayette), (6) TE Kennard Backman (Alabama-Birmingham)
2015 Green Bay Packers Schedule
August 13 – @ New England Patriots
August 23 – @ Pittsburgh Steelers
August 29 – Philadelphia Eagles
September 3 – New Orleans Saints
September 13 – @ Chicago Bears
September 20 – Seattle Seahawks
September 28 – Kansas City Chiefs
October 4 – @ San Francisco 49ers
October 11 – St. Louis Rams
October 18 – San Diego Chargers
November 1 – @ Denver Broncos
November 8 – @ Carolina Panthers
November 15 – Detroit Lions
November 22 – @ Minnesota Vikings
November 26 – Chicago Bears
December 3 – @ Detroit Lions
December 13 – Dallas Cowboys
December 20 – @ Oakland Raiders
December 27 – @ Arizona Cardinals
January 3 – Minnesota Vikings
11-09-14: Aaron Rodgers threw six touchdown passes to tie the Green Bay game record and match the NFL record for a half, and the Packers routed the reeling Chicago Bears 55-14 on Sunday night. The 190th meeting of the NFL’s oldest rivalry quickly turned into a blowout. The 55 points tied a Packers record at Lambeau Field.
10-26-14: Green Bay Packers lose to New Orleans Saints 44-23 in New Orleans. Despite a 418 yard passing game from QB Aaron Rodgers, the Packers fall to the Saints in Sunday Night matchup.
10-19-14: Carolina Panthers are dominated by the Green Bay Packers 38-17 at Lambeau Field. Both the defense and offense look sharp in this battle with the NFC South leaders.
10-12-14: Green Bay wins in dramatic fashion as the Packers beat the Miami Dolphins 27-24 on a last second pass from Aaron Rodgers to Andrew Quarless. The Packers had a huge first-half defensive stop on the goal line that gave the Packers the opportunity to stay in the game.
10-2-14: Green Bay Packers dominate the Adrian Peterson-less Minnesota Vikings 42-10.
9-28-14: The Chicago Bears lose at home to the Green Bay Packers 38-17 as Aaron Rodgers throws for 302 yards and Randall Cobb breaks out with 113 yards receiving.
9-21-14: The Green Bay offense is flat and only musters up one score as the Packers lose to the Detroit Lions 19-7. While the offense looked flat, there was some promise as the defense played well against the Lions potent offense.
9-14-14: The Green Bay Packers get their first win of the season by defeating the New York Jets 31-24. Jordy Nelson had a monster game with 209 yards receiving on the day.
9-4-14: In the NFL season opener on Thursday night, the Green Bay Packers prove to be no match to reigning Super Bowl Champions Seattle Seahawks in a game played in Seattle. While holding in there originally, the Seahawks defense took over and dominated the game against the Packers. Green Bay had no answer for WR Percy Harvin either.
7-26-14: Number one wide receiver Jordy Nelson signs a contract extension. As Aaron Rodgers favorite receiver, this dynamic duo is sure to continue to stretch opposing defenses for years to come.
4-22-14: Packers backup QB Matt Flynn resigns with Green Bay – offering the team a reliable back up in case Rodgers was to get injured again in 2014.
4-3-14: Green Bay resigns backup running back James Starks.
3-17-14: Packers sign DT Letroy Guion from Minnesota Vikings. Normally the Vikings sign Packers free agents so Green Bay was happy to return the favor.
3-15-14: Green Bay makes a huge free agent splash by signing DE/LB Julius Peppers from the Chicago Bears. While Peppers had a down year by his standards in 2013, the Packers hope the twelve year veteran and former first pick of the draft has some good years remaining.
3-14-14: B.J. Raji resigns a one-year deal with Green Bay and will get more time as the defensive tackle – the position he played the majority of the Packers Super Bowl season.
3-10-14: CB Sam Shields resigns with the Packers. The fastest player on the Packers and one of the fastest in the NFL, Shields returning was a key for the Green Bay defense.
Expectations are high for the 2014 Green Bay Packers. With the exception of a few offensive receivers, the Packers return most starters from the previous year – a year in which Green Bay won the NFC North division with an 8-7-1 record. Aaron Rodgers returns full strength after missing 7 games with injury in 2013 which is expected to help Green Bay improve on that 8 win season from a year ago.
Unlike most years, the Packers signed a high profile free agent in March 2014 with Julius Peppers arriving to help shore up a porous Packer defense. The twelve year veteran was cut by the Chicago Bears after they signed Jared Allen from the Minnesota Vikings. He had what was considered a down year by his standards with only 7 sacks but Green Bay figures to use Peppers in a variety of positions and roles within the defense to confuse opposing offenses and to help free up fellow linebacker Clay Matthews from the constant double-teaming he has gotten over the past few years.
Compared to the beginning of 2013, the Green Bay Packers are in a much stronger situation for a large number of positions including linebacker, safety, and backup quarterback. At quarterback, Green Bay now has Matt Flynn for the full season after he was signed midyear to clean up the mess the Packers had at the position – something Green Bay has not had to worry about in the past since Rodgers had been so durable the previous seasons. At linebacker, Green Bay returns most starters and has the addition of Peppers. At the safety spot, Morgan Burnett will team with either first-round choice Ha Ha Clinton-Dix from Alabama or second-year player Micah Hyde – either of which should be a significant upgrade from the previous season.
Key additions: OLB Julius Peppers, Letroy Guion
Key losses: WR James Jones (Oakland), Marshall Newhouse (Cincinnati), Jermichael Finley (injury)
2014 Green Bay Packers Draft: (1) S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (Alabama), (2) WR Devante Adams (Fresno State), (3) DT Khyri Thorton (Southern Miss), (3) TE Richard Rodgers (California), (4) LB Carl Bradford (Arizona State), (5) C Corey Linsley (Ohio State), (5) WR Jared Abbederis (Wisconsin), (6) CB Demetri Gordon (Baylor), (7) WR Jeff Janis (Saginaw Valley)
September 4 – @ Seattle Seahawks
September 14 – New York Jets
September 21 – @ Detroit Lions
September 28 – @ Chicago Bears
October 2 – Minnesota Vikings
October 12 – @ Miami Dolphins
October 19 – Carolina Panthers
October 26 – @ New Orleans Saints
November 2 – BYE
November 9 – Chicago Bears
November 16 – Philadelphia Eagles
November 23 – @ Minnesota Vikings
November 30 – New England Patriots
December 8 – Atlanta Falcons
December 14 – @ Buffalo Bills
December 21 – @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
December 28 – Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers Lifetime Record vs. Other NFL Teams
|vs Arizona Cardinals||45-23-4|
|vs Atlanta Falcons||17-13-0|
|vs Baltimore Ravens||4-1-0|
|vs Buffalo Bills||4-8-0|
|vs Carolina Panthers||9-4-0|
|vs Chicago Bears||91-93-6|
|vs Cincinnati Bengals||5-7-0|
|vs Cleveland Browns||12-7-0|
|vs Dallas Cowboys||16-16-0|
|vs Denver Broncos||6-6-1|
|vs Detroit Lions||97-67-7|
|vs Houston Texans||2-1-0|
|vs Indianapolis Colts||21-22-1|
|vs Jacksonville Jaguars||3-2-0|
|vs Kansas City Chiefs||3-7-1|
|vs Miami Dolphins||4-10-0|
|vs Minnesota Vikings||58-49-2|
|vs New England Patriots||6-5-0|
|vs New Orleans Saints||16-8-0|
|vs New York Giants||31-26-2|
|vs New York Jets||4-8-0|
|vs Oakland Raiders||7-5-0|
|vs Philadelphia Eagles||26-16-0|
|vs Pittsburgh Steelers||19-15-0|
|vs San Diego Chargers||9-1-0|
|vs San Francisco 49ers||34-30-1|
|vs Seattle Seahawks||10-8-0|
|vs St. Louis Rams||45-46-2|
|vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers||32-21-1|
|vs Tennessee Titans||5-6-0|
|vs Washington Redskins||19-14-1|
Location: Green Bay, WI
Stadium: Lambeau Field
Conference: National Football Conference – NFC
Division: North Division
The Green Bay Packers were founded by Earl Lambeau in 1919. The team’s home field, Lambeau Field, is named after their founder. The Packers are known as one of the NFL’s original “small town teams” and they are known to have one of the most loyal fan bases in all of football. Not only do the people of Green Bay, and all of Wisconsin, cheer for the guys in green and gold, but some of them own the team as well. In fact, the Green Bay Packers are the only team in the NFL and all of professional sports to be non-profit and community-owned.
Brett Favre is probably the most famous NFL player to ever sport a Green Bay Packers jersey. Favre played for the Packers from 1992-2007, wearing green and gold number 4. Favre holds the NFL record for most consecutive starts with 297 games, 257 of them being for the Packers. Brett Favre led the Green Bay Packers to many victories, including a Super Bowl title in 1997. After Favre left the team in 2007, backup quarterback Aaron Rogers took over to lead the Packers. It didn’t take long for Aaron to settle in and lead the Packers to their 4th Super Bowl Championship in 2011. Today, the Packers continue to be a NFC Division powerhouse, and there is no better place to watch them than their home at Lambeau Field, in Green Bay, WI.
Week after week the Packers fill Lambeau field with fans sporting the famous green and gold and giant cheese heads. While Green Bay Packers tickets can be difficult to find, especially for big rival games against the Chicago Bears and the Minnesota Vikings, ICON Tickets can get you the Packers tickets to any game. Whether you are looking for individual games, season tickets, last minute tickets, or Green Bay Packer playoff tickets, check out our Packers ticket selection or give us a call anytime. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to cheer for the Green Bay Packers. Grab your cheese head and meet us at Lambeau!
Originally called City Stadium, Lambeau Field opened in 1957 as the Green Bay Packers home field. In 1965, the stadium was renamed as a memory for the famous Packers founder, player, and coach, Curly Lambeau. The stadium originally held 32,00 Packer ticket holders and fans at a cost of $960,000.
Lambeau Field has been expanded multiple times over the years with the largest renovation occurring during the 2001-2003 timeframe. The first expansion was in 1961 to add another 6,000+ Packer ticket holders for a capacity of over 38,000. In 1963, the lower bowl was expanded to hold over 42,000 fans while in 1965 the south end zone was closed to make stadium capacity of almost 51,000 spectators. In 1970 the north end zone was closed up to make a continuous bowl and hold 56,263 Packer fans.
There were private boxes added in the 1980’s and 1990s to bring capacity to 60,890 by the end of 1995.
In the early 2000’s the team realized the need for a large upgrade to Lambeau Field to make the experience even that much better for Green Bay Packer ticket holders – especially in the bitter cold November and December months where Lambeau Field earned the nickname “The Frozen Tundra”. There was a public stock sale which netted over $20 million for the team to help fund the stadium improvements. The improvements included a large atrium with a first-class souvenir shop as well as the new Curly’s Restaurant and Bar within the atrium.
In 2013, the south end zone was once again expanded to include another 7,000+ seats to bring capacity to over 80,000 fans. While the capacity of Lambeau Field has doubled since its inception, the demand for Green Bay Packers tickets is higher than ever.
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