Green Bay Packers & Titletown

An experience like no other
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Unique in the NFL, the Green Bay Packers are owned by our community of shareholders – our fans – rather than a single owner or family. That “community team” mindset creates an amazing bond that permeates all aspects of life throughout the year.

Since the Packers belong to all of us, we all think of ourselves as Packers. 

We watch preseason practices, often drawing a crowd large enough to rival attendance at other teams’ preseason games. We line up along the walkway from the locker room to the practice fields, where children offer up their tiny bikes and run alongside players proudly carrying their helmets all the way to the gates. We wave hello to the players and their families at the grocery store like they are our friends. 

In return, the Packers organization understands that its commitment to the community extends far beyond the football field. They engage in community life, sending their children to our local schools and volunteering at local charities. They host weekly talk shows at small bar and grill venues and include the audience in the discussions. They graciously wave back to us at the grocery store. 

A championship legacy 

In addition to community ownership, there is a pervasive feeling of community pride in our history and legacy. 

Green Bay is the smallest city in the country with a football team in the NFL. Yet, we may have one of the most colorful stories with a rich history rooted in the community. The team is named after the local business that put up funds to sponsor the team: The Indian Packing Company (later bought out and known as the ACME Packing Company).  

The players were mostly local standouts who recently graduated from the two local public high schools – Green Bay East and Green Bay West. 

Lambeau Field is named after the team’s first captain, Curly Lambeau. 

The Green Bay Packers won Super Bowls I and II under the legendary Coach Vince Lombardi. The Super Bowl trophy is now named the Lombardi Trophy 

family wearing matching jerseys at a Green Bay Packers football game

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Be part of the fun 

Learn more about this unique football franchise and how to step into (or fully embrace) the Packers fandom: 


The Green Bay Packers have won the most NFL championship titles, with nine NFL championships and four Super Bowls. Are we proud of our championship legacy? Maybe a little. Greater Green Bay has embraced our nickname, creating an entire development called the Titletown District. There’s so much to see and do in and around Lambeau Field. You can even live there!

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You can find both scheduled activities and wander-at-your-own-pace areas throughout the community gathering space just steps from the stadium. Enjoy free fitness classes, such as sunrise yoga and Werq dance parties. Ongoing programs like Wellness Walk Wednesdays, Campfire Fridays and the Farmers’ Market provide regular meet-up opportunities. Or, consider joining the Titletown Kickball League to reenact your childhood passions. In the winter, get your sledding and ice skating game on daily.

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From quick bites and comfort foods at the 46 Below bistro or salads, wraps and snack boards at Lodge Kohler’s café to fine dining at both the Taverne in the Sky or the Hinterland Restaurant & Brewery all the way to an immersive gaming experience at The Turn, there’s something for every budget, every palate and every schedule. 

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Enjoy a weekend getaway in the middle of it all at the sophisticated Lodge Kohler. Or, if Lambeau just feels like home to you… go ahead and live there! TitletownHomes is a luxury townhouse community within the Titletown District that offers the opportunity to live where you like to play. 

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From boardrooms to ballrooms, Lambeau Field and Titletown have a variety of spaces to help you create memorable meetings or parties. 

Image courtesy of Joidan Jennings.
"The stadium has a rich tradition and history, when you step inside you just feel, like I get goosebumps. Like, wow, I am actually here. I am a part of history."
Joidan Jennings