• The Birth of a Team

    August 11 & 14 – Packers organized by Earl “Curly” Lambeau and George Whitney Calhoun over the course of two meetings in editorial rooms of the old Green Bay Press-Gazette.

    September 3 – Packers held their first official practice.

    September 14 – Packers played their first game, which was held at Hagemeister Park. The team went on to finish with a 10-1 record that season.


  • Joining the NFL

    August 27 – The Acme Packers were awarded a franchise in the American Professional Football Association (now known as the NFL).


  • Hallowed Ground

    September 29 – City Stadium (renamed Lambeau Field in 1965) completed just in time for season opener, Packers with 21-17 victory over Bears.


  • Renaming of a Stadium

    September 11 – City Stadium is renamed Lambeau Field to honor the Packers’ founder and first coach, Earl “Curly” Lambeau.


  • Making History – One Game at a Time

    January 15 – Packers win the league’s first ever Super Bowl title against the Chiefs.

December 31 – In -13 degree temperatures, the Packers defeated the Cowboys in the last seconds of the game known as the “Ice Bowl.”



  • The Lambeau Leap

    December 26 – LeRoy Butler invents “Lambeau Leap” and Packers shut out Los Angeles Raiders, 28-0, in minus-22 degree wind chill, gain playoff berth for first time since 1982.


  • Leaving Milwaukee

    October 12 – Bob Harlan announces that, beginning with the 1995 season, the Packers will leave Milwaukee and play their entire 10-game home schedule at Green Bay’s Lambeau Field.


  • Lambeau Field Gains National Reputation

    June – Lambeau Field is named by Sports Illustrated as the eighth-best venue in the world to watch sports, the only NFL stadium to make the publication’s list of 20.


  • Honoring Legends

    August 27 – Spectacular 14-foot statues of Curly Lambeau and Vince Lombardi unveiled in plaza outside Atrium.

    September 2 – Team names same plaza after Robert E. Harlan

    Completion of major renovations throughout the stadium increased capacity from 60,890 in 2001 to 73,094 in 2003. The centerpiece of the renovation was the Lambeau Field Atrium, where many attractions are located today.


  • 50th Anniversary of Lambeau Field

    Team announces plans to celebrate 50th anniversary of Lambeau Field, the NFL’s longest-tenured facility. An anniversary logo is created to mark the occasion with plans to feature it prominently, including on uniforms and on the field.


  • Renovations and Re-Dedications

    July 9 – Harlan Plaza rededicated after renovating the front of the stadium

    July 17 – New 21,500-square-foot Packers Pro Shop opens


  • Introducing Something Deliciously Different

    July 23 – Packers hold Grand Opening reception to celebrate the years of dedication and hard work put into 1919 Kitchen & Tap.

    July 24 – 1919 Kitchen & Tap officially opens its doors to the public, providing the residents of Green Bay and guests of Lambeau Field with an elevated dining experience.

    August 21 – Hall of Fame opens its doors to the public, providing guests of Lambeau Field with an innovative approach to exploring the history of the Green Bay Packers.

Find us at Lambeau Field

Location Lambeau Field, 1st Floor Atrium 1265 Lombardi Ave. Green Bay, WI 54304 920-965-6970


Mon-Thurs: 11a-Close (tentatively 8p)
Fri-Sat: 11a-Close (tentatively 9p)
Sun: 11a-7p

Hours may change during events and game weekends. Only ticketed guests are permitted in the restaurant on game days.

Directions Parking

Enter at Lot 3 off of Lombardi Avenue to park in the sections outside the American Family Gate and Miller Lite Gate. Please note that public parking will not be available on gamedays and during special events.