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.
packer stadium now Lambeau field built in 1957
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.
Curly Lambeau founded the Packers and built his team around the ACME meat packing company he worked for.
Lambeau field Correction - Soldier field opened in 1924, while Lambeau field was built in 1956. Soldier field has had a few renovations and parts rebuilt, which has caused the government to de-classify it as a landmark, and many people to not consider it as the oldest field anymore. College teams and NFL teams both have played at Fraklin Field, which is still in use by the University of Pennsylvania collegiate teams and was built in 1895.
Before U.S. Cellular Field/Guaranteed Rate Field was built it was a parking lot.
When it was built in 1957,it had a capacity of 32.500 spectators.There are expansions and renovations going on there.In the end of 2013,it will have a capacity of 79.000 spectators.
Football fields that are built without a dome for cover from the weather have a hump running the length of the field to help with runoff from heavy rain. Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin is a good example of a football field that has a hump.
The land was a brown-field site
The new field was built in 1991, it was renamed US cellular field in 2002
They play in Lincoln Financial Field. It was built in 2003. Before that they played in Veteran's Stadium.