Lambeau Field

Lambeau Field

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NFL's Green Bay Packers resides in this football stadium opened in 1957. Lambeau Field was the first stadium built for the exclusive use of an NFL team, and is the longest continuously-occupied stadium in the NFL. By the end of the 1990s, the Packers believed that they needed a more modern facility to remain financially competitive in the NFL. Rather than build a new stadium, Chairman/CEO Bob Harlan and President/COO John Jones unveiled a plan to renovate Lambeau Field in January of 2000. $295 million later the stadium has a capacity of 72,928.
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