Lambeau Field is an outdoor field that was built in 1957 for the Green Bay Packers to play in. It has seen many championship games.
Construction started in 1955, and Lambeau Field opened in 1957. At that time it was known as New City Stadium (It was renamed Lambeau field in 1965).
packer stadium now Lambeau field built in 1957
Lambeau Field was created in 1957.
Lambeau Field is the home of the Green Bay Packers.
Construction was started in 1956 and finished in 1957. It was known as City Stadium until 1965 when it was renamed for Curly Lambeau (Packers' founder, player, and head coach) who had passed away earlier in the year.
Lambeau Field has a seating capacity of 73,128.
Currently, Lambeau Field can hold 73,128 people.
Named for Curley Lambeau, on of the original founders of the team.
Curley lambeau one of the original founders of the packers