Historic Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin has been the site of Packers home games since 1957. There have been numerous renovations and expansions over the years to keep this landmark in top shape.
While the players might continue to go sleeveless well into December and January, the Green Bay faithful feel the cold out there. Comfort is a must when trying to brave against the brutal Wisconsin winters, which is why Lambeau Field has nearly 200 luxury suites to accommodate their fans. Each box is built to ensure an incredible football experience while making sure the weather is not a factor.
Exclusive clients of LuxuryVIPSuites get to watch all of the action of Packers football from these magnificent luxury boxes featuring team memorabilia, comfortable seating options, as well as incredible catering and in-suite concierge services. Enjoy every touchdown pass and the resulting Lambeau Leap from the warmth of your private Green Bay Packers luxury suite.
LuxuryVIPSuites provides the best in luxury suite accommodations around the country. Whether you are unable to attend a game and need to sell your suite, or will be entertaining clients in the area and want to show them a good time, LuxuryVIPSuites is your one stop shop for football luxury suites. Our long-standing relationships with suite owners at this venue ensure that you receive the best pricing in the marketplace to go along with the best suites in the venue. Call today at 610-828-7407 for more information about how you can obtain a luxury suite for a Packers game this season. An industry leader with decades of experience, LuxuryVIPSuites.com knows everything about customer service and will work hard to ensure that your event is a big success.
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Book a luxury suite to see THE Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field!
The small city of Green Bay, Wisconsin has been forever put on the map by their beloved football franchise, the Green Bay Packers. As the only non-profit community-owned sports team in the US, these cheese heads will make sure the Packers never leave.
Some of the most legendary names in the game have been associated with this storied franchise. Team co-founder, former player, and former coach Curly Lambeau lives on through the stadium which is named after him. Lambeau Field, the famous home of the Green Bay Packers, is known throughout the league for their passionate fans and freezing temperatures. Nicknamed “the frozen tundra”, Lambeau Field hosted the famous Ice Bowl in 1967 between the Packers and the Dallas Cowboys.
The sidelines in those days were patrolled by a man who has grown into a mythical sports figure. Vince Lombardi led the Packers to six NFL championships and victories in the first two Super Bowls. In fact his name is so synonymous with winning that the NFL named their Super Bowl trophy after him.
The Packers iconic green and gold uniforms immediately call to mind legends of the gridiron from past seasons. Countless Hall of Fame players have called Lambeau Field home over the years. Included among this prestigious list are Bart Starr, Paul Hornung, Don Hutson, Jim Taylor, Ray Nitschke, Jerry Kramer, Reggie White, and Brett Favre.
Green Bay is Title Town, winners of 11 NFL Championships and four Super Bowls. Their most recent championship came in 2010 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Led by Aaron Rodgers, the Packers took an early lead and never looked back, winning 31-25.
The team has been trying to get back to that plateau ever since. Winning all but three division titles since that year, the Packers have yet to make it back to the big game. A talented roster, highlighted by Aaron Rodgers, one of the best players in the game today, takes the field with a confidence few teams can match. Offensive weapons in Davante Adams and star running back Aaron Jones give Rodgers a chance to win every week. The defense, led by linebacker Za’Darius Smith, keeps this squad in the game each week. Having two first round picks in 2019, the Packers elected to upgrade their defense by choosing Rashan Gary at number 12, a defensive end out of Michigan and Darnell Savage at number 21, a defensive back out of Maryland.
The 2018 season was frustrating for Packers fans as Green Bay took another step back to a final regular season record that barred them from a postseason berth. The Packers made major headlines by firing head coach Mike McCarthy towards the end of the year. After nearly 13 full seasons and one Super Bowl title, McCarthy was unceremoniously let go. There is a strong message coming from upper management that they expect more from this team and will make the tough decisions in pursuit of their next championship ring. Matt LaFleur was named the new head coach in Green Bay. An offensive pedigree that includes time as quarterback coach and offensive coordinator, LaFluer got right to work.
Sometimes a change is necessary, and the Pack evidently made the right choice as Green Bay shot back up to division winners in 2019 with a record of 13-3 and a first round bye in the playoffs. A great game against Seattle in the Divisional Round set up Green Bay against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship. A frustrating game for the defense, this one ended with a score of 37-20 in favor of the 49ers. Rodgers and company will regroup in the offseason and make another push in 2020.
The Packers organization surprised their fans at the 2020 NFL Draft by selecting a quarterback in the first round. Taking Jordan Love, the QB from Utah State, at number 26 was a move that no one saw coming. While Rodgers will be the starter for the foreseeable future, the front office is planning a possible replacement down the line.
A new course is being charted on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field. For more information about the Green Bay Packers and their history click here.
If you own a Green Bay Packers suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or give away to clients.
This is a great opportunity to offset all of the suite expenses you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Green Bay Packers game should go unused. Your tickets are often worth 2 to 3 times more than you are paying the venue.
So why not let us earn you extra revenue while helping out a corporate group who needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in the Green Bay Packers suites?