#1 NFL: Lambeau Field (Green Bay Packers)

Picture by Larry Darling under the license of Creative Commons

Picture by Larry Darling under the license of Creative Commons

Lambeau Field in Green Bay WI and is home to the Green Bay Packers.  This stadium ranks #1 on my NFL list because of history and fan experience.  Lambeau Field is the oldest stadium in the NFL opening in 1957 which makes it very historic.  It’s nickname is TitleTown USA because the first Super Bowl was won by Green Bay and the trophy was later named after their great coach Vince Lombardi.  It’s also the third largest stadium in the NFL with a capacity of 81,435 which is sold out every game.  The waiting list for tickets goes years into the future and everyone in Green Bay is entered to get season tickets because they all pay taxes to help the stadium.  Since the stadium’s capacity is equal to the city’s population everyone gets a chance to go the game.

Venue Details
Type
Outdoor
Surface Type
Grass
Architect
Somerville Associates
Address
1265 Lombardi Avenue,
Green Bay, WI
Owner
Green Bay Packers
Nicknames
TitleTown USA
Year Opened
1957
Seating Capacity
81,435
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