Under the leadership of heralded QB, Aaron Rodgers, the Green and Gold will be on the hunt once again for the coveted Lombardi Trophy. Whether the squad is going head-to-head with an NFC North foe like the Chicago Bears or Minnesota Vikings, or battling a top rival from the AFC, any Packers game is a must for diehard “cheeseheads,” which are responsible for creating one of the most intimidating atmospheres in the league. Nothing can match the electrifying environment at the perennially packed Lambeau Field, so don’t miss an upcoming opportunity to watch the Packers compete live. Secure a highly coveted seat inside the “Frozen Tundra” when you buy Packers tickets for a clash at one of the most revered stadiums in the NFL. The inventory updates daily, so scan the Packers schedule featured below for your chance to cheer this historic football franchise onto victory in the original Title Town, USA.
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Lambeau Field Seating
This NFL venue has been the hub of all things Packers since the stadium was built in 1957. Numerous additions and renovations have been completed through the years, making Green Bay's home a must-see stadium for any NFL fan. View our Lambeau Field seating chart to scope out the best spots inside the stadium to cheer on the Pack from this season!
After a successful season that included a division title, the Green Bay Packers return in 2013 determined to capture another Super Bowl title. In the offseason, the Packers lost two veteran wide receivers, Donald Driver to retirement and Greg Jennings to the bitter rival, Minnesota Vikings. On the plus, the Packers retained top performers like Randall Cobb and James Jones, in addition to the always dependable Aaron Rodgers—who dominated the 2012 season with 4,295 passing yards, 39 touchdowns, and just eight interceptions. Linebacker Clay Matthews, who was named All-Pro for the second time in 2012, has extended his contract with Green Bay through 2014, maintaining the squad’s defensive strength.
The Packers 2013 schedule is one of the most balanced in the league, as the squad will never play two consecutive away games all season. Still, the Packers will open the season with a vengeance on Sept. 8, traveling west to face the San Francisco 49ers in the hopes of avenging last year’s loss in the playoffs. In Week 2, the home opener will bring the Washington Redskins to Lambeau Field on Sept. 15. Division rivals will be out in full force once again, such as the Vikings (Oct. 27), Chicago Bears (Nov. 4), and Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 28). The final game of the year will take place on Dec. 29 in Chicago, and has the potential for postseason implications for both teams. Green Bay faithful know how to provide a true home-field advantage, so buy Packers tickets and be there to cheer along in person on game day.