TTZ: Mark Murphy
Club Level: Greg Koch
The Green Bay Packers hope to make your trip to Training Camp an enjoyable one. If you have questions prior to your arrival, you may find the answers here. You may also call the Fan Information Hotline for information at 920/569-7502.
What are the Training Camp practice dates/times? Where are the practices held?
Click here for more info on dates/times/locations of practices open to the public.
How do I find a team roster or Training Camp Program/Guide?
Before you arrive for Training Camp, you can print out the roster here. Also, at Training Camp, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel will have Training Camp guides available to the public daily. The Training Camp Guide includes the team roster. Look for the newspaper kiosk near the practice field to obtain your Training Camp Guide.
Where is St. Norbert College?
St. Norbert College is located in De Pere, Wis., about a 10-minute drive from Lambeau Field. It serves as the Packers' summer home for the 56th consecutive season. During four weeks every training camp, the team utilizes the college for meals, meetings and living quarters. As their home away from home, please respect the players' rights for privacy while at St. Norbert.
Do kids still have players ride their bikes?
Yes, as one of the most intimate traditions in all of sports, more information is included here.
How can I take a Stadium Tour?
Click here for more information on Stadium Tours. Tour times are subject to change.
Where are the restrooms?
Restrooms are located inside the Lambeau Field Atrium, a short walk from the practice field, enter the Miller Lite Atrium Gate. Portable restrooms are located outside Ray Nitschke Field. On event days, restrooms will be available under the Oneida Nation Gate stairs.
Where can we eat and what times are the restaurants open?
The Lambeau Field Atrium provides indoor dining options during Training Camp. Curly's Pub opens at 11am and is also open for dinner and late night. Alternative dining options are also available on a seasonal basis. Learn more.
How do you assist those with special needs?
Wheelchairs are available at the Guest Relations Desk located in the Lambeau Field Atrium for use inside the facility. Guests requiring a wheelchair are asked to enter the Atrium through the main Atrium entrance/East Gate off of Lombardi Avenue. Personal identification, such as a driver's license, is required for use of wheelchairs. We also have two strollers for use inside the facility.
What can we do at Lambeau Field besides watch Training Camp practice?
Packers Training Camp has become much more than only watching the team practice. With outdoor kiosks as well as the addition of the Lambeau Field Atrium , the Lambeau Field complex provides a wealth of activities for all ages. Find out more.
Can I see the field?
You certainly may see the field on a Lambeau Field Stadium Tour. In fact, as part of the tour, you'll also pass through the players tunnel and visit a luxury suite. The tour gives you an hour of Packers history and a wonderful experience. More tour information.
Can we purchase Stadium Tour tickets ahead of time?
The tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis each day. The tours are very popular AND SELL OUT QUICKLY during training camp dates, so please purchase them early in the day to assure availability. Expect lines prior to the 8:00 a.m. Monday – Saturday & 9 a.m. Sundays selling time. Sunday, July 27 and Sunday, August 3 tickets will go on sale at 8 a.m. Click here for more information on Stadium Tours.
Who can answer my questions when I arrive at Training Camp?
For the convenience of visitors, the Guest Relations desk is open in the Lambeau Field Atrium, Mon-Fri: 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Sat: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sun: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Members of the Guest Services staff (wearing red) also will be at Nitschke Field during practice.
Can we tailgate in the parking lot?
Tailgating is a tradition at Lambeau Field, and it all starts during Training Camp. The parking lots are open for your tailgating experience. We only ask that you maintain a safe environment and that you dispose of refuse and hot grilling coals in receptacles provided throughout the lots.