Lambeau Field is the name of the stadium of the Green Bay Packers.
Lambeau Field. The Green Bay Packers stadium was constructed in 1957 and was, at that time, informally known as "New City Stadium". It was renamed "Lambeau Field" in 1965 in memory of Earl "Curly" Lambeau, the Packers' founder, who died earlier that year.
The Greenbay Packers play their home games at "Lambeau Field"
The Green Bay Packers played several home games each season at Milwaukee County Stadium from 1953 through 1994.
The stadium is called Lambeau Field. It was named after their long time head coach Curly Lambeau.