Attending the game this weekend? Check here for anything and everything you need to know about gameday at Lambeau Field. Click on a specific link or scroll through all information below.
Green Bay Packers
Sunday, January 3, 2016
Kickoff: 7:30 pm
Please reference the table below for Lambeau Field hours of operation on Sunday, January 3rd,2016.
Beginning 4 hours prior to kickoff, exiting & re-entry will no longer be allowed. Any guest that leaves the stadium after entering will NOT be allowed to re-enter.
|Area||Hours of Operation|
|Lambeau Field Atrium||
|1919 Kitchen & Tap||
|Guest Services Desk||
Packers Pro Shop
|Game Day Store
(west side of stadium)
|Tundra Tailgate Zone
(east side of parking lot)
|Gates/All Seating Areas||
|Hall of Fame||
* Non-ticketed guests will be allowed in the Lambeau Field Atrium 45 minutes after the end of the game.
If you're looking for great places to lay your head the night before or after a game, Green Bay and surrounding communities offer a wide variety of lodging options. For information on accommodations or other area attractions that make Packer Country a destination like no other, click here for GreenBay.com, the online home of the Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau or call (888.867.3342).
Anything not covered above may be found in our Lambeau Field A-Z Guide.
The main level of the Lambeau Field Atrium will feature music and concessions for Packers fans attending games, along with the live broadcast of Packers Preview:
Packers Preview is broadcast live from the Lambeau Field Atrium for 2 hours prior to kickoff. Listen live as Dennis Krause, Jeff Falconio and Mark Tauscher and others preview the upcoming game. They will talk with Wayne Larrivee, Larry McCarren and other guests throughout the program. Tune in after the game during Packers OT to hear Greg Matzek and John Maino recap the game.
As Green Bay’s award-winning Fixed Based Operator, Jet Air offers complete air transportation and flight services to all Packers games – home or away.
Going to Lambeau? Avoid the terminal area. Easy in and out from Jet Air.
From Jet Air to Lambeau Field
From Lambeau Field to Jet Air
On gameday, let the Green Bay Metro and Green Bay Packers be your ride to and from the game. For the 2015 season, fans can utilize four free, efficient and convenient gameday bus routes for all Packers home games. The routes begin four hours before kickoff and run for approximately three hours following the game, leaving Lambeau Field every 30 minutes. Further details and gameday route information is available here.
The free Green Bay Metro gameday bus service is brought to fans this week by Miller and is available before and after the game until 1:30 a.m., with extended service to several areas of Green Bay. Fans visiting prior to gameday also are encouraged to use the free G-Line bus route, which runs each half hour between Lambeau Field and downtown Green Bay. Further details and gameday route information is available at greenbaymetro.org/en-us/packers/default.aspx.
Police officers are stationed at each entrance gate to ensure your safety while visiting Lambeau Field. You and your belongings may be searched upon entry into the stadium. If you elect not to consent to being searched, you will be denied entry. Please be aware that carry-in policies may be modified from game to game as security levels change, and items permitted into the stadium may be determined at the discretion of each officer. Firearms and other weapons, knives, switchblades, bags, backpacks, coolers, strollers, umbrellas, duffel bags, large purses, fanny packs, obstructive banners and signs are all strictly prohibited, as are food & beverages, noisemakers of any kind, selfie sticks, video cameras and still photo cameras with lenses over 12 inches. As a general rule, please leave all unnecessary items at home.
Fans will be allowed to carry in a clear bag that does not exceed 12 x 6 x 12 inches or a one-gallon, clear plastic bag. Additional clothing, blankets, etc. are allowed if carried in loosely or in an approved clear bag. Small clutch purses the size of a woman’s hand, measuring no larger than 4.5 x 6.5 inches are permitted, but subject to search. Small cameras, binoculars and cell phones are acceptable if carried in loosely or in an approved clear bag. Traditional stadium seats with backs and seat pads are permitted as long as they do not exceed 18 inches wide and contain no pockets, zippers or concealable areas. Oversized seats and/or seats with arm rests or other attachments are not allowed. Prohibited items must be returned to your vehicle or they will be confiscated and discarded.
Here is a video explaining what to expect from Lambeau Field game day security:
Click here for a list of today's Packers game contests and sponsors.
Responsible consumption of alcohol is a priority of the Green Bay Packers, Miller Brewing Co., Coca-Cola and Nicolet Water. Therefore, we have implemented a Designated Driver program to offer sensible alternatives and educate our guests of the dangers of drinking and driving. Guests may register at the kiosk in the Atrium, as well as at the kiosks in Sections 109 and 112 on the lower concourse. Suite and club guests may register at the concierge desks. South End guests (i.e. sections numbers ending with the letter “s”) may also sign up at kiosks located on 6th and 7th floors. By registering, guests will receive a complimentary voucher that may be redeemed for one of several non-alcoholic beverage choices, while also having the opportunity to win a Coach Mike McCarthy signed Mini Helmet.
Use the following directions to reach Lambeau Field on gameday.
Highway Construction In Progress around Green Bay:
(Green Bay) The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Northeast Region Office is reminding motorists heading to Lambeau Field on Sunday, January 3 for the Green Bay Packer/Minnesota Viking football game that I-41 and adjacent roadways from Oneida Street north to Lineville Road in Brown County are under construction. The game is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m.
I-41, WIS 172 and I-43 could experience significant backups near the stadium, as could the I-41 interchanges at Oneida Street, WIS 172 and I-43. Barrier walls, orange barrels, and narrow lanes will affect travel. Due to the I-41 Project construction, Ashland Avenue through De Pere and Ashwaubenon will also experience increased traffic congestion as additional motorists use this as an alternate route. The heaviest congestion is expected three hours before and after the game.
Here is a list of the major roads in northeast Wisconsin most Packer fans will be traveling as they head for Lambeau Field, and the road conditions they should anticipate.
I-43 and I-43/I-41 interchange
WIS 172 and I-41/WIS 172 Interchange
Motorists should expect heavy congestion and potential long delays at the I-41/WIS 172 interchange and on WIS 172 in Brown County from I-43 to the WIS 172/I-41 interchange before and after the game. Motorists should consider using alternate routes if possible.
Barrier wall, narrow lanes, short merge distances and orange barrels will be present at various locations.
WIS 441/US 10 and Roland Kampo Bridge
A northbound lane of Ridge Road (on the stadium's west side) is blockaded on gameday to provide a safe and convenient passenger drop off area. To access the drop off zone, vehicles must be traveling north on Ridge Road and merge with northbound traffic upon exiting. Please respect any posted time limitations and heed the instructions from officers directing traffic flow in and out of the area.
As this area will be very congested in the immediate hour(s) after the game, it will not be designated as a post-game pick up zone. Drivers should arrange to meet their passengers at an alternate location after the game.
The Green Bay Packers are committed to providing an enjoyable and safe game experience. Irresponsible conduct will not be tolerated at Lambeau Field or in its parking lots and, in some cases, may result in arrest and/or ejection from the game. The following will not be tolerated:
Repeat violations of the above policy may result in the permanent revocation of season tickets, regardless of whether or not the spectators or violators using the tickets are the season ticket holders of record.
The fan code of conduct has been enhanced with an option for fans to use their mobile phones to alert security via text message to behavior that detracts from a positive gameday experience. The numbers will be visible throughout the stadium, including on signage in the stadium bowl and at all concession stands. Announcements also will be made in-stadium.
Speak up and win! After you attend a Packers game, tell us about your experience. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey and be entered to win Packers autographed prizes.
Displays are located along the Fan Walkway, across from the Tundra Tailgate Zone.
All displays and activities are subject to change.
There will be no fly over for Sunday’s game.
Vendors will stop serving in the stands/aisles inside the stadium at the end of the third quarter but most concession stands are open and will serve food until the end of the game. Alcohol cannot be brought into or out of the stadium. The sale of beer is limited to two per customer, per purchase, with all sales ceasing at the end of the third quarter.
Please note: Concession Stands serving alcohol throughout Lambeau Field will not accept a driver's license that indicates "under 21," no matter what the age is on the driver's license.
Fans with seats in the South End (i.e. section numbers ending with the letter “s”) must enter through the Shopko Gate on the south side of the stadium, which is for the exclusive use of South End ticket holders. Fans sitting elsewhere in the stadium are encouraged to use the gate suggested on their ticket for the most direct route to their seats. For fans entering on the east side of the stadium, the new American Family Insurance Gate is a great option. It’s located just to the north (or right) of the Oneida Nation Gate.
It’s gameday and you know what to do…GET LOUD LAMBEAU!
Whether you’re cheering at the game at Lambeau Field, a road game, or at your virtual Lambeau Field, we need you at your loudest. And, Packers fans never disappoint.
So let the opposing team know that you’re loud and proud to support the team.
Go Pack Go!
Car socks compliments of Chevrolet will be given away at all gate entrances prior to kickoff at Sunday’s game.
The Green Bay Packers and Lambeau Field staff recognize and strive to accommodate the individual needs of guests with disabilities. For information on seating for fans who use wheelchairs, as well as parking and additional services provided for fans with disabilities, please contact the Packers Ticket Office at (920) 569-7501 or review further information.
The Packers Halftime Break will feature highlights from the first half of the game and the High School Quarterback Challenge, presented by Camera Corner and HP. The High School Quarterback Challenge will feature an on-field competition Homestead High School and Kimberly High School.
During halftime fans will compete in a contest to win a brand new Chevrolet vehicle.
View below to see our healthy dining options
2015 The Voice contestants and Green Bay natives, Andi & Alex, will perform the National Anthem.
When you can't find the Packers tickets you want, or use the Packers tickets you bought.
Real Packers fans, real Packers tickets.
Be a part of the TEAM. Join the Packers official fan clubs, the Junior Power Pack and the Packers Partners Club of Champions
Click here for further details.
The Lambeau Field parking lot opens four hours prior to kickoff. With the exception of a limited number of first come, first served parking for people with disabilities, the entire stadium lot is sold out to holders of season parking passes. Reserved season parking customers must enter the lot at the entrance indicated on their parking pass and follow the directions given by the parking attendants. All vehicles must fit into a 9’x18’ parking stall. No busses, R.V.'s or oversized vehicles are allowed in the Lambeau Field lot. For information on season parking, or to be added to the waiting list for season parking passes in the Lambeau Field lot, please contact the Packers Ticket Office at (920) 569-7501. Also see Tailgating Info.
A number of parking lots close to Lambeau Field are also available for those who wish to reserve spaces for their cars, recreational vehicles, or busses, on an individual game basis. For information on obtaining individual game reserved parking in an outlying lot, please contact:
Game-Day Parking Information
P.O. Box 10567
Green Bay, WI 54307-0567
In addition to the reserved parking options listed above, free parking is available on many residential streets within walking distance of the stadium, and many private property owners in the vicinity offer parking for a fee.
Parking is available directly across the street from Lambeau Field on Ridge Road. Parking is $40 per car, and lots open 4 hours before kickoff. Tailgating is allowed. Porta potties, dumpsters, and hot coal bins are available throughout the lot.
On gamedays, the Lambeau Field Atrium (and all businesses therein) is open to ticketed guests only until 45 minutes after the game, at which time non-ticketed guests are allowed access.
For afternoon games (noon – 3:30 p.m. start times), the Atrium will open to ticketed guests four hours prior to kickoff. To access the Atrium before the stadium seating areas open (two hours prior to kickoff), please enter at the American Family Insurance Gate on the east side of the stadium, where your ticket will be scanned. Once “scanned in”, you will not be allowed to exit and re-enter the stadium. There is no exit/re-entry for afternoon games.
For evening games (6:00 p.m. or later start times), the Atrium is open to ticketed guests at 11:00 a.m. To access the Atrium before the stadium seating areas open (two hours prior to kickoff), please enter at the American Family Insurance Gate on the east side of the stadium, where your ticket will be scanned. You may exit the Atrium and re-enter later by having your ticket “exit scanned” at the American Family Insurance Gate no later than four hours prior to kickoff. Once properly “exit scanned”, your ticket will be valid for re-entry for the game. Please be aware that once your ticket has been “scanned in”, if you choose to leave the stadium at any time without having your ticket properly “exit scanned” during the limited time frame of 11:00 a.m. to four hours prior to kickoff, you will not be allowed re-entry.
The following opportunities are available to patrons with suite and club seat tickets. For more information on long-term or individual game premium seats, please contact the Premium Sales & Guest Services staff at (920) 569-7260.
CLUB LEVEL MENUS:
Bench seating is provided in the main stadium bowl. Fans will find numbered rows within the aisles and seat numbers on the benches. A convenient, comfortable option for the bench seating is rental of portable seat backs, which are available for $6 in the lower concourse near the Mills Fleet Farm Gate, Oneida Nation Gate, Verizon Gate and section 111/113 near the Miller Lite Gate. Guests sitting in the new South End (i.e. sections numbers ending with the letter “s”) do not need a seat-back rental.
Lambeau Field is a smoke-free facility as required by Wisconsin State Law. This includes the Lambeau Field Atrium, stadium bowl and concourses. There are no designated smoking areas inside Lambeau Field, nor is exit and re-entry permitted for smoking. This policy also applies to smokeless and electronic cigarettes – they are not permitted. Guests who fail to comply with this policy may be ejected or subject to a fine.
Fan Appreciation Game
As part of the Fan Appreciation Game, the Packers will be giving out extra giveaways throughout the game including: Kohl’s Gift Cards (20), Ariens Sno Thros (4), a Chevy truck, and a Chula Vista weekend getaway!
Ticket Takeover Contest – brought to you by American Family Insurance
Jan. 3 game tickets will feature a young Packers fan from Appleton, Wis. After more than 9,200 entries and 24,500 votes from Packers fans around the globe on packerseverywhere.com, Laura Fischer of Appleton was chosen this past spring as the winner of the Ticket Takeover Contest. Fischer’s photo features her 3-year-old son, Declan. For winning, Laura and Declan also received tickets to the Packers-Vikings game and will be introduced on the field prior to the game.
The contest, brought to you by American Family Insurance, ran from March 30 through May 1 and asked fans to submit a photo for a chance to have it printed on the team’s game tickets. Start gathering your photos now for the 2016 Ticket Takeover Contest.Community Quarterback Award presented by Humana
The Green Bay Packers and Humana Inc. will recognize 10 Community Quarterback Award winners for Sunday’s match-up against the Minnesota Vikings. The recipients were originally recognized Friday, Nov. 6, at a luncheon in the Legends Club inside the Lambeau Field Atrium for their work in the community. Each Community Quarterback Award winner received a $4,000 grant for his/her non-profit group and two tickets to the Jan. 3 Packers-Vikings game.
Funded by the Green Bay Packers, Green Bay Packers Foundation, NFL Foundation and Humana Inc., the Community Quarterback Award recognizes outstanding volunteers within the state of Wisconsin. Non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations nominated outstanding volunteers who demonstrate leadership, dedication and a commitment to bettering their communities through volunteerism. The volunteers are not compensated for their services.
The winners of the 2015 Community Quarterback Awards and their affiliations are as follows:
1. Cindi MacSwain of Appleton – Homeless Connections, Appleton
2. Mark Keup of New Berlin – Heritage Christian Schools Inc., New Berlin
3. Audrey Hemmer of Greenfield – Audio & Braille Literacy Enhancement Inc., Milwaukee
4. Carol Bush of Green Bay – Encompass Early Education and Care, Inc., Green Bay
5. Todd Mandel of Sparta – Civil Air Patrol, Madison
6. William Kocken of Green Bay –4th H.O.O.A.H. WI., Green Bay
7. Sue DeBruin of Seymour – Friends of the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary Inc., Green Bay
8. Kevin McAdam of Stevens Point – 2617 Club Ltd., Stevens Point
9. Michael George of Madison – Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra, Madison
10. Carter and Caragan Olles of De Pere – Bright Young Dyslexics Foundation Inc., De Pere
Please refer to the Lambeau Field seating diagram for seat locations.
Stadium Tours are available on a first-come, first-served basis for each of the day’s scheduled tours. Tours are not offered on the day of a home game and on days of various stadium events. Discounted rates are an option for groups of 20 or more. For more information regarding schedule and pricing, please stop at the Hall of Fame/Stadium Tours desk in the Lambeau Field Atrium , call 920-569-7512 or visit packers.com
Tailgating is a time-honored tradition at Lambeau Field. We encourage fans to have a good time, but please do so responsibly. Those utilizing the Lambeau Field parking lot will be permitted only one parking space per vehicle. Tailgating setup must stay within a 9’ x 6’ space behind your vehicle to allow for vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Tailgating setup must be taken down and put away prior to leaving your vehicle. No recreational (wood) fires, open flames, or fryers allowed. Grill cooking with charcoal or L.P. gas is permitted (no wood as fuel). All grills must be supervised at all times by a responsible adult (18 years or older), and be fully extinguished before being left unattended. Separate containers are available in the lot for hot charcoals, recyclable items and trash.
Waste Management recycling receptacles are located throughout the Lambeau Field parking lot for your convenience. Green Waste Management dumpsters, with open yellow lids, are available for tailgating recyclables such as aluminum/tin cans, beer/wine/liquor bottles, cardboard and paper.
Several stadium restrooms are accessible from the parking lot and are available to tailgaters from the time the parking lot opens (four hours prior to kickoff) until one hour prior to kickoff. These restrooms are located on the north, northwest and southwest sides of the stadium. Portable restrooms are also available throughout the parking lot.
During the game:
Join us in the Tundra Tailgate Zone (TTZ) -- the premier gameday tailgate party in the Lambeau Field parking lot. Featuring live bands, alumni autographs and great prizes, the TTZ includes a climate controlled tent and is FREE to the public. Come enjoy food and beverages from Saz's of Milwaukee featuring their award-winning BBQ. No ticket for the game? Watch it inside the TTZ - as close as you can get to Lambeau Field.
WI-FI at today’s game is provided by Verizon – proud WI-FI provider to fans at Lambeau Field. WI-FI Coaches will be roaming the concourse ready to assist fans with any WI-FI related questions.
The Will Call and Ticket Problem windows are located on the northeast side of the stadium adjacent to the Miller Lite Gate. Lost, stolen and all other ticket-related issues can also be addressed there. On gamedays, the main ticket office opens at 8:00 a.m. for noon games, 11:00 a.m. for weekend games played at 3:00 p.m. or later, and 4 hours prior to kickoff for weekday evening games. It closes at halftime. In addition to the main ticket office, an auxiliary ticket office is located on the south side of the stadium adjacent to the Shopko Gate to also address lost, stolen and other gameday ticket-related issues. The auxiliary ticket office opens 2 hours prior to kickoff and closes shortly after kickoff. Media Will Call (previously located on the west side) has relocated to the south side adjacent to the Shopko Gate. Media Will Call opens 3 hours prior to kickoff and closes at kickoff.