We created a bratwurst so plump, tender and juicy that it would keep bringing you back! Today, five of them make up our starting line — Original, Jalapeno, Wild Rice and Mushroom, Turkey and Sundried Tomato Turkey.
Green Bay is the smallest city to host a professional football team, but has one of the most loyal fan bases.
Curly Lambeau had attended Notre Dame, and used the school's blue-and-gold color scheme for the first iterations of the team in the early 20th century. The green-and-gold was adopted in 1950.
What tradition did the Packer's LeRoy Butler start in 1993? The 'Lambeau Leap'-a player who scores a touchdown jumps (or attempts to jump) into the loving arms of the home crowd.
At Festival Foods, we live and breathe football food. In fact, we're proud to be the Grocery and Tailgating Headquarters of the Green Bay Packers.
Homegating would be nothing without a big-screen TV and a good sound system or portable speakers. If you don't have a good setup right away, consider shopping for a wireless Bluetooth speaker.
Most Career Rushing Yards: Ahman Green, 8,322 (2000-2006, 2009). Most Career Passing Yards: Brett Favre, 61,655 yards (1992-2007). Most Career Receptions: Donald Driver, 743 receptions (1999-2012).
A firkin: a small cask used chiefly for liquids, butter or fish. Take a look as local Hinterland brewer Scott Kissman shows us his firkin and explains his breakfast-inspired craft beer creation.
Players catch a bike ride thanks to the help of some 'little things.' The clock at Lambeau Field is set 15 minutes fast (Lombardi time). Find everything you need at Festival Foods for your football food traditions.
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The Packers first official season was in 1921. At that time, they were known as the Acme Packers of Green Bay and were now in the big leagues – sort of. Green Bay was the smallest city in the league when it joined that year — and has been ever since.
...for the Green Bay Packers in the 'big game' (Super Bowl I) was a 35-10 victory over Kansas City on Jan. 15, 1967.
Did you know? The Packers franchise was officially granted on Aug. 27, 1921 — 95 years ago!