Hospitality Packages for Green Bay Packers Games Tickets
Green Bay Packers Packages
The Green Bay Packers is an NFL team that has been around since 1919. Fans in Titletown USA cherish Green Bay Packers football as the team is an integral part of the community in which it plays.
More about the Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers have been entertaining Northern Wisconsin for 100 years. The team is the only one in the NFL that does not have an ownership group. Instead, the franchise is owned by the community as shareholders in the team. The Packers compete in the NFC North, where their arch rival is the Minnesota Vikings. Even though the Packers play in the smallest market in all of professional sports, their fan base is national. It is impossible to think of the Packers without conjuring up memories of Bart Starr, Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers.
The Green Bay Packers experience
Everything about Green Bay Packers football is laden with tradition. From training camp, where the players share rides with fans to the stadium, to the famous Lambeau Leap, the Packers are a part of Wisconsin lore. Lambeau Field is a historic venue that seats over 81,000. The Lambeau Field traditions have become a ritual for Packers fans, who come to the game with their cheeseheads and tailgate in the parking lot grilling bratwursts. The frozen tundra provides the Packers with a pronounced home-field advantage as they have won nearly two thirds of their home games in the history of Lambeau Field.
The history of the Green Bay Packers
Although the Green Bay Packers date back to 1919, much of their history revolves around the great Vince Lombardi. The legendary coach put the team on the map with his single-minded pursuit of winning. This resulted in the Packers' unrivaled period of domination where they won five titles in eight years, earning Green Bay the moniker of "Titletown USA." The Packers' victory in the Ice Bowl gave this franchise iconic status, which it has retained since then. Favre's arrival ushered in a new era of dominance for Green Bay, leading to more Super Bowl appearances. After Favre's initial retirement, he was replaced by his understudy Aaron Rodgers, who led the Packers to another Super Bowl in 2010.
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