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Green Bay Packers

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Transcript of Green Bay Packers

Star players
Green Bay Packers
First coach
First Coach
Star Players
Curly Lambeau and Gearge Calhoun joined together in 1919 to form what is now The Green Bay Packers. Calhoun and a group of young athletes joined with Lambeau in an old Press Gazette building on August 11, 1919. The team reseived $500 for uniforms and they decided to call themselves the Packers, with Lambeau as the first team captain and player.
Eddie Lacy Green Bay running back
Aarron Rodgers Packer QB

"New" city stadium renamed Lambeau Field
In 2003 lambeau field went under a massive 295 million dollar renovation.
"New City Stadium was renamed Lambeau field after their first coach
The stadium holds 72,928 fans, after the renovation in 2003
Aaron has been in the league for the packers since 2005. He finally got his chance to start in 2008. He later led the team to a superbowl victory in 2011 earning MVP. Another star packer is Clay Mattews Green Bays linebacker. Clay has been in the league for 6 years. In 2011 he helped the win another super bowl. Eddie Lacy is also one of the stars on offense he joined the league in 2011. In 2014 Lacy was the 7th leading rusher in the NFL. Another star is the rookie out Alabama, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. In Green Bays playoff game against the seahawks Ha Ha had two intereptions in the first half, on QB Russel Wilson.
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Green Bays star rookie
Clay Mattews packer Linebacker
Aaron Rodgers wore a Joe Montana jersey under his uniform during his college days
Lambeau was born April 9, 1898
Lambeau was the 4th most winningest coach in NFL.
Curly Lambeau
Aaron was a 24th pick of the 1st round in 2005
Clay was 26th pick of the 1st round in 2009
Eddie lalcy was the 29th pick of the 2nd round of 2011
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was the 14th Alabama player drafted to Green Bay since 1955
Ha Ha clinton-dix interception against the Seahawks
Green Bay won the first ever Super Bowl
They won back to back super bowls. They won Super bowl 1 and 11
Since Green Bay won the first Super Bowl they named the trophy aafter Vince Lombardi the coach at that time
Green Bay has won 4 superbowls
MVP of the 2011 superbowl Aaron Rodgers
Lombardi trophy
Defensive Stars
Offenseive Stars
Green Bay lines up for offense
Green Bay takes out an Oakland running back
Eddie Lacy in Green Bay trowback uniforms
Green Bay was the first to win back to back superbowls
On January 15, 1967 the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League or NFL and the American Football League or AFLs Kansas City Chiefs, played in the first ever AFL-NFL World Championship, later known as Super Bowl I, at Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles. In that historic game–Green Bay scored three touchdowns in the second half to defeat Kansas City 35-10. Led by MVP quarterback Bart Starr, the Packers were helped by Max McGee's receiving and a huge interception by safety Willie Wood. For their win, each member of the Packers collected $15,000 each.
Green Bay fan with owner cheesehead hat
Jordy Nelson jumps into fans after scoring touchdown
Another Green Bay packer fan.
Fan celebrates ice bowl with frozen tundra cheese head.
Green Bay fans own their Packers
"New" city Stadium

Superbowl 1 & 11
Recent superbowls
Rookie Clinton-Dix interception
Green Bay first Superbowl
Green Bay in Superbow 1 versus Kansas City
Green Bay fans are known as the cheese heads
They where cheese hats for Wisconsins cheese production
History. com
After scoring a touchdown they leap into stands
Eddie Lacy after doing the Lambeau Leap.
New City Stadium
Outside view Lambeau field.
Coach Lambeau by his field.
58 facts about football.com
The G on the helmet doesnt stand for Green Bay it stands for greatness
Green Bay helmet
A stands look on Lambeau field
Overhead view of Lambeau
"New" City Stadium could only hold 5,200 fans at the time when it opened.
Lambeau field has about 80,978 seats.
Lambeau field cost $960,000.
The stadium is located on Lombardi Ave.
There is no more historic playing field in football than Lambeau. In a quiet neighborhood of tiny Green Bay, the 1950s era stadium is a throwback to your father and grandfather's NFL. In a league increasingly dominated by highway wrapped urban domes, it's a unique experience. You may also be surprised that it's one of the largest and loudest. Lambeau should be a bucketlist destination.
Overhead Views
Lucas Oil
Outside looks
$720 million
Stadium of pro football.com
Lambeau is the most historic field.
Cheese Heads
Lambeau Leaps
The current waiting list for the Green Bay Packers has around 96,000 people on it.
Bleacher Report
1969 running back Travis Williams riding bike to practice.
Packers historian Cliff Christl said the earliest evidence of the tradition dates back to a 1969 photograph featuring running back Travis Williams riding a bike. A new bike lane called Dreamdrive was opened for the players. packers coach Mike Mcarthy said the time honored tradition brings trill to players.
Bike Rides
Bike Rides started in 1969
They wore their throwback uniforms from 1931 to 1933
The throwback uniforms are worn on October 20
Eddie Lacy riding to practice.
Throwback day for Green Bay.
Bike riding tradition continues to today
The Green Bay Packers Board of Directors is the organization that serves as the owner of record for the Green Bay Packers of the NFL. The Packers fans now publicly owned since August 18, 1923. The cheesehead or Green Bay fans become very popular with the Green Bay Packers. Many think that it began with fans from Illinois attempting insult their brethren to the north.
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