12 Facts About Lambeau Field


Only the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park and the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Lambeau Field have longer active home-field tenures in American professional sports.

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Lambeau Field installed Mitsubishi Diamond Vision Video Boards, as well as a rooftop viewing terrace in the north end zone for club seat holders during games.

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Lambeau Field says fire officials had to proceed slowly because they didn't want to open the wall and allow the flames an oxygen supply until they had enough water on hand.

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Besides founding the team in 1919, Lambeau Field played for the Packers in their early years and was the team's coach for 31 seasons through 1949.

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Lambeau Field was inducted as a charter member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio in 1963.

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Packers, although agreeing to be bound by the will of the voters, have consistently stressed that they would prefer Lambeau Field keep its traditional name, honoring the club's founder.

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Lambeau Field has frequently given a significant postseason home-field advantage for the Packers.

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House of Pain hit "Jump Around" is often played during one time-out at Lambeau Field, resulting in widespread jumping around by the crowd.

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When built, Lambeau Field was slated to be used by schools of the Green Bay Area Public School District, as old City Stadium had been.

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The last high school game played at Lambeau Field was a WIAA semifinal between Green Bay West and Waukesha North, with the latter team the victor and going on to Madison for the divisional championship game.

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In 2016, Lambeau Field hosted its first major NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision game when Wisconsin played LSU in the 2nd of a two-game series which started in 2014 at another NFL venue – Houston's NRG Stadium.

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Lambeau Field is the third largest stadium in the NFL by seating capacity.

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