NFL Football in WISCONSIN-PACKERS!
Lambeau Field is sacred ground to the people in Wisconsin. Nicknamed The Frozen Tundra, the Stadium has been enlarged several times since it was built in 1957 and can hold 81,441 people.
My family are all Packer fans, even the aunts, uncles and cousins who live in different states now. Green and Gold gets in your blood! On game day in Wisconsin everyone wears green and gold!
These photos were taken on Saturday, before the big rivalry game between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears, as the field was being painted.
Everyone was anticipating the big game which was broadcast on Sunday Night Football.
The Packers/Bears is NFL's oldest rivalry
It was the 203rd match up between the 2 teams and the Packers dominated as they have done for the last decade or so. The Final score was 27-10.
GO PACK GO!
All photos are from my family albums
I really enjoyed your post and you should do more sports related posts.
I might still have enough Green Bay pictures left to do one more, so don't be surprised if you see another post about the Packers!
Lambeau Field. Definitely an important place in Wisconsin. I had the privilege of seeing a game there once when we lived in Minnesota. Its a great place to experience an NFL game. Great pics!
Thanks! It is an amazing stadium with an incredible amount of history.
This is a spectacular post os sport with nice images, ad I would like to be there in some ocasion!!!
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Well done to the Packers. It was indeed a great exciting win for them that brought great joy to the fans. I wonder where the after party was 🤔 in celebration of the victory. In Uganda, we do not have American football. What we do have is Rugby. Maybe in the later times such a game will be introduced.
Thanks for sharing.
Looks like some good times there. My work colleague said they are planning to travel to all the stadiums in the US. So far only 2 and there is something like 28? as 2 teams share a stadium or something.