A fan's NFL experience is absolutely incomplete without a visit to Lambeau Field in Green Bay Wisconsin. From the tantalizing smell of bats and hamburgers in the air at 9 AM to the excitement of the fans surrounding the stadium, the Lambeau Field experience is superior to all others of the NFL.
With Lambeau Field, the home of the Lambeau Leap, being a prominent, big-time football experience for all 50 years it has been the Green Bay Packers home, it is easy for fans to find the origin of the ultimate gameday experience. The streets surrounding Lambeau Field are named after the best: Vince Lombardi, Bart Starr, and Mike Holmgren. What says football more than that?
Lambeau Field, which houses some of the most exhilarated and rowdy fans of the NFL, appears far too small to manage its historical significance. As a result, it is hard to believe such an intimate stadium can hold 72,615 fans, many NFL titles and one of the most unique gameday experiences known to fans. The aura of Lambeau Field spreads throughout Green Bay and in to the far corners of Wisconsin. Tailgate parties are as prominent as the fan caravans that roll in to town in the wee hours of the gameday morning.
Don't miss out on the fan experience. Everything from the aroma to the atmosphere makes the Lambeau Field gameday experience one to beat. If any team knows how to create an exciting atmosphere, it is the Green Bay Packers! GO PACK GO!