Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field A-Z Guide

Lambeau Field A-Z Guide

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Attention: As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact communities around the country and throughout Wisconsin, the Green Bay Packers announced that Lambeau Field will not host fans at the first three home games of the 2020 NFL season. The Packers will continue to evaluate a variety of factors in consultation with local medical and public health officials. All details on this page are subject to change if and when Lambeau Field will host fans in 2020.

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Accommodations

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, visit GreenBay.com, the online home of the Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau or call (888) 867-3342.

Alcohol

Alcohol cannot be brought into or out of the stadium. The sale of alcohol is limited to two per customer per purchase, with all sales ceasing at the end of the third quarter. Any person purchasing alcohol who appears to be less than 30 years of age, must present a valid I.D. No alcohol will be sold to intoxicated guests, and we reserve the right to refuse the sale of alcohol at our discretion. If you choose to drink, please do so responsibly.

Atrium

As part of the Lambeau Field redevelopment, the Lambeau Field Atrium was created to give Packers fans access to Lambeau Field 365 days per year. The atrium houses the Packers Hall of Fame, Packers Pro Shop and 1919 Kitchen & Tap. In addition, the Lambeau Field Atrium is available for private functions such as business meetings, conventions, holiday parties and wedding receptions.

Banners

Unauthorized commercial signage is not allowed anywhere within the stadium, including end zone walls or across from TV camera locations where the TV network would be forced to show signage.

Bus Route

On gameday, let the Green Bay Metro and Green Bay Packers be your ride to and from the game. Fans will be offered four free, efficient and convenient gameday bus routes for all Packers home games. The routes begin five hours before kickoff and run for approximately three hours following the game, leaving Lambeau Field every 30 minutes. Visit http://greenbaywi.gov/272/Game-Day-Routes for more details.

Cameras

Video cameras and still cameras with lenses over 12" are not allowed into the stadium. You are welcome to use your still photo camera (with lenses under 12") for your personal enjoyment. Commercial use of any audio or video recordings of the game is a violation of guidelines established by the National Football League.

Carry-In Policy & Security

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.

Regarding Wisconsin's concealed carry law, the Packers, as occupant of Lambeau Field, will continue our no weapons policy and prohibit carrying firearms or other weapons on the property, including the parking lot.

Cashless Payment

Lambeau Field has transitioned to entirely cashless payment systems throughout the stadium on gamedays and non-gamedays. This transition affects food and beverage stands, the Packers Pro Shop, the ticket office, 1919 Kitchen and Tap, the Packers Hall of Fame and Stadium Tours and other points of sale throughout the building.

All Packers-operated businesses at Titletown (46 Below, The Turn, Ariens Hill) also are now cashless. Private businesses at Titletown, including Lodge Kohler, Hinterland and Bellin Health, will not be affected by this change. 

Fans should note that parking on gamedays will still be cash-only this season if fans are able to attend games later in the season.

The shift to cashless builds upon recent updates to Lambeau Field's point-of-sale systems and renovations to the concourses and concession stands, all aimed at enhancing the Lambeau Field fan experience. Originally planned to take place over the next few seasons, the transition to cashless points of sale was expedited in order for the Packers to introduce it this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

Changing to cashless will allow for increased efficiency and transaction speeds, shorter lines and less contact between guests and staff.

Fans, guests and visitors can use traditional credit/debit card payment methods, as well as a variety of contactless payment solutions such as Mastercard Nearby Mobile App, Apple Pay, Google Pay and tap-and-go credit cards. More mobile payment solutions will be introduced in future seasons. Checks will not be accepted.   

Those who do not use credit or bank cards may use free cash-to-card conversion stations, which issue payment cards that can be used at Lambeau Field, as well as at other retailers, restaurants and businesses outside the stadium where Mastercard is accepted. Fans can load between $5 and $500 on the cards and funds will be available to users for five years from the last date money was loaded on the card. Conversion stations will be available at various locations at Lambeau Field and Titletown on gamedays and in the Atrium on non-gamedays.

Charging Stations

Mobile charging stations are located in the Atrium behind the elevators and inside the Johnsonville Tailgate Village. Premium area charging stations are located near the level 4 east concierge desk next to the ATM and level 4 indoor club seats at section 480. In addition there are multiple charging stations available to all ticketed guests (including battery pack check out) inside the U.S. Cellular Loft located on level 3 of the Atrium.

Children

All individuals, regardless of age (babies included), must have a ticket to enter Lambeau Field on gameday. If you and your child become separated, please contact the nearest security personnel. While we understand that other venues may have different ticket policies for children, the unique seating area inside Lambeau Field, with its bleachers and tighter configurations common in 1957 when it was constructed, make it necessary to have our policy. Even a small child on a lap would make a row impassable for other patrons to efficiently and safely get to and from their seats during the course of a game. We thank you for your understanding.

Concealed Carry Law In Wisconsin

Regarding Wisconsin's concealed carry law, the Packers, as occupant of Lambeau Field, will continue our no weapons policy and prohibit carrying firearms or other weapons on the property, including the parking lot.

Concessions

A wide variety of refreshments are available from concession booths, kiosks, and vendors throughout the stadium. Vendors will stop serving in the stands at the end of the third quarter. Most vendors and staff running the concessions at Lambeau Field are volunteers working to raise money for their favorite non-profit organization. A portion of every dollar you spend toward concessions goes to support these worthwhile local organizations.

Designated Driver Program

Responsible consumption of alcohol is a priority of the Green Bay Packers, MolsonCoors, Coca-Cola and Nicolet Water. The gameday Designated Driver program offers sensible alternatives by encouraging guests to register at one of several kiosks located throughout the stadium, as well as the concierge desks on the club and suite levels. Upon registering, guests receive a complimentary voucher redeemable for one of several non-alcoholic beverage choices, while also having the opportunity to win an autographed item. Sign-up for the designated driver program ends at the end of the first quarter.

Drinking Water

Two drinking fountains can be found in the Lambeau Field Atrium. The main outdoor concourses at Lambeau Field do not feature drinking fountains because of our cold climate and the likelihood of frozen pipes. Bottled water is available for purchase at many of the concession stands located in the concourse, and cups of tap water are available upon request.

Drop Off Zone

A northbound lane of Ridge Road (on the stadium's west side) is blockaded on game-day 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.

Eateries

During Packers training camp, game days, and special events, fans can enjoy a great range of grab-n-go lunch and dinner selections in the Lambeau Field Atrium.

Pothole Pizza: Kwik Trip & Pothole Pizza - the official pizza of the Green Bay Packers.

Meat Packing Company: A restaurant concept developed exclusively for Lambeau Field, burgers, giant bratwursts, and delicious cheese curds are featured on the menu.

Emergency Phone Numbers & Paging Policy

To contact someone during a game in the event of an emergency, please call the stadium security office at (920) 569-7400. Security personnel will be on hand to assist you. If you are anticipating an emergency phone call, please report your name and seat locations by calling the phone number above. Paging within the stadium is reserved only for extreme emergencies.

Emergency Evacuation

In the unlikely event an emergency situation would require the stadium to be evacuated, instructions will be relayed via the public address system. If such circumstances arise, please remain calm and follow any instructions as they are given.

Entering The Playing Field

Entering the playing field without proper authorization is a violation of league rules and city ordinance. Violators are subject to ejection and arrest.

Fan Assistance, Lambeau Field Greeters & Club Level Concierge Service

Fan Assistance can be found in the following locations; at the Lambeau Field Atrium Guest Services Desk, underneath Section 109 in the main concourse, underneath section 353 in the upper concourse, and at the concierge desks located on the club and suite levels. Additionally, you will find Lambeau Field Greeters offering assistance at each gate and stationed throughout the stadium.

Fan Clubs

Be a part of the TEAM. Join the Green Bay Packers Official Kids Club – the Junior Power Pack.

JUNIOR POWER PACK

This is our official kids club for Packers fans 14 years of age and under. Members of the Junior Power Pack receive a membership kit containing a membership card, Packers dry erase board, player picture, and other cool Packers items. They will also receive free admission to a the Packers Hall of Fame, discount at the Packers Pro Shop, an invitation to a football clinic, back-to-school packet (in August), holiday greetings (in December) and a birthday card. Fans may visit packers.com then 'Fan Zone' to join the club.

Fan Code of Conduct

The fan code of conduct is designed to set clear expectations for fans and encourage a stadium environment that is enjoyable for all game attendees. Additional signage detailing the fan code of conduct is posted in stadium parking lots, at concessions and in the concourses, and announcements will be made in-stadium.

The Packers fan code of conduct is intended to address behavior that detracts from the gameday experience.

Fan Mail

Letters to the Packers' players should be addressed to them individually and mailed to:

Green Bay Packers
Attn: (Player Name)
1265 Lombardi Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54304

First Aid

Emergency medical teams and a doctor are on call in the stadium at all times. If you require medical assistance, please contact the nearest security personnel, call the Stadium Security Office at (920) 569-7400, dial 911, or proceed directly to one of the stadium's three First Aid Stations (found underneath Section 133 in the main concourse, near Section 330 in the upper concourse and adjacent to the elevators on Level 4 in the South Gate lobby).

Food & Beverage Concessions

A wide variety of refreshments are available from concession booths, kiosks, and vendors throughout the stadium. Vendors will stop serving in the stands at the end of the third quarter. Alcohol cannot be brought into or out of the stadium. The sale of beer is limited to two per customer, per purchase. Most vendors and staff running the concessions at Lambeau Field are volunteers working to raise money for their favorite non-profit organization. A portion of every dollar you spend toward concessions goes to support these worthwhile local organizations.

Gate Entry

All stadium gates open two hours prior to kickoff and are accessible to guests with disabilities. For easier access, guests with seats in the South End (i.e. section numbers ending with the letter "s") should enter through the South Gate on the south side of the stadium. Guests sitting elsewhere in the stadium are encouraged to use the gate suggested on their ticket for the most direct route to their seats.

All individuals, regardless of age (babies included), must have a ticket to enter Lambeau Field on gameday. If you and your child become separated, please contact the nearest security personnel. While we understand that other venues may have different ticket policies for children, the unique seating area inside Lambeau Field, with its bleachers and tighter configurations common in 1957 when it was constructed, make it necessary to have our policy. Even a small child on a lap would make a row impassable for other patrons to efficiently and safely get to and from their seats during the course of a game. We thank you for your understanding.

Guests with Disabilities

The Green Bay Packers and Lambeau Field staff recognize the needs of persons with disabilities, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and continue to make every effort to comply with both the ADA and state accessibility mandates. In addition, the facility strives to accommodate the individual needs of guests with disabilities.

For information on seating and accommodations for fans who use wheelchairs, as well as additional services provided for fans with disabilities, contact the Packers Ticket Office at (920) 569-7501 or view services for guests with disabilities information.

Hall of Fame

The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is conveniently located on the main floor of the Lambeau Field Atrium, across from 1919 Kitchen & Tap. A tribute to the greatest story in sports, the facility uses the latest technology, enhanced interactive displays and a treasure trove of artifacts to educate and inspire visitors about the rich history of the Packers, as well as the teams of today.

Guests are able to see Packers legends describe historic games in their own words, and can scroll through touch screens to click on audio segments and game video clips that tell the team's story. The Hall of Fame also displays trophies from the Packers' 13 world championships, including four Lombardi trophies, as well as the hall's most popular exhibit: a replica of Vince Lombardi's office. The exciting and historical galleries appeal to visitors of all ages.

Lost & Found

On gamedays, lost and found items can be turned in or reported to one of the Fan Assistance booths located underneath section 109 on the main concourse (level 1), underneath section 353 on the upper concourse (level 3) or to any gameday employee wearing red. Additional locations for assistance include the main Atrium Guest Services desk and all five of the concierge desk locations for our Premium Seating ticket holders.

To report a lost item, complete the online form or call (920) 569-7563.

For the 2020 season, due to COVID-19 prevention protocols: valuable items (wallets, purses, keys, mobile phones, prescription glasses, etc.) will be held for 7 days. Any non-valuable items (clothing, hats, blankets, etc.) will be held for 48 hours. Items not claimed will be appropriately disposed of or donated.

The Green Bay Packers are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items.

Miller Lite Deck

The Miller Lite Deck is the ultimate destination for Packers fans who love a good time!

Located in the South Endzone of Lambeau Field, the Miller Lite Deck is an exclusive place to have fun while watching a game and enjoying the great taste of Miller Lite!

Newspapers

Complimentary newspapers are available in the Atrium, stadium gates, and on the premium levels courtesy of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Nursing Mothers

We offer nursing rooms for comfort and privacy located in the main Atrium (year round) and fourth floor club level (gameday and private events). In addition the family restrooms are good locations for nursing mothers and guests with special needs. Outlets and chairs are available in these restrooms. Nursing mothers may carry in supplies for nursing (nursing pump, bottles, etc.); however, no coolers or glass are permitted. Please refer to the 'Carry-In Policy & Security' category for further information.

Packers Pro Shop & Gameday Store

The Packers Pro Shop is a state of the art merchandise and entertainment retail store featuring many must see iconic design elements. In addition to the Packers Pro Shop flagship store, which anchors the northeast corner of the Lambeau Field Atrium and is open for business year-round, shoppers can find the Gameday Store, positioned on the west side of the main concourse, underneath section 120. Additionally, nine Packers Pro Shop concession stands (four in the main concourse and three in the upper concourse and two in the new South End areas) and three kiosks located on the Club levels, as well as a New Era kiosk in the main concourse near section 135 for your convenience. Guests may also shop online at www.PackersProShop.com.

Parking

Parking information for the 2020 season is currently under development and will be announced once it has been determined fans will be allowed to attend games.

Photography & Video

Video cameras and still cameras with lenses over 12" are not allowed into the stadium. You are welcome to use your still photo camera (with lenses under 12") for your personal enjoyment. Commercial use of any audio or video recordings of the game is in violation of the National Football League.

Police Assistance

If you are in need of police assistance, contact the nearest stadium personnel, proceed to Fan Assistance (near sections 109 in the main concourse, 353 in the upper concourse, and on level 6 of the South Gate Lobby on the south end), call the stadium security office at (920) 569-7400, or dial 911.

Pre-Kickoff Exit & Re-Entry Policy

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.

All individuals, regardless of age (babies included), must have a ticket to enter Lambeau Field on gameday. If you and your child become separated, please contact the nearest security personnel. While we understand that other venues may have different ticket policies for children, the unique seating area inside Lambeau Field, with its bleachers and tighter configurations common in 1957 when it was constructed, make it necessary to have our policy. Even a small child on a lap would make a row impassable for other patrons to efficiently and safely get to and from their seats during the course of a game. We thank you for your understanding.

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 p.m. or later start times), the Atrium is open to ticketed guests six 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. 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 six to four hours prior to kickoff, you will not be allowed re-entry.

Programs

The Packers produce one of the largest and most in-depth game programs in the NFL. Gameday is available throughout the stadium's main concourse before and during the game, and in parking lots at least three hours before kickoff. Any programs not sold by vendors on the day of the game are put on sale at the Packers Pro Shop the following week.

Ramps, Elevators & Escalators

Access to the upper level concourse can be obtained via one of three conveniently located ramps near the Oneida Nation Gate, Kwik Trip Gate and Fleet Farm Gate. For those who require additional assistance, elevators are located near the Game Day Store on the west side of the stadium, in the center of the Lambeau Field Atrium, and near the Oneida Nation Gate on the east side of the stadium. With the stadium's recent expansions, there are also elevators on the north side at the Bellin Health Gate (Premium Guests) and escalators/elevators in the South End at the South Gate.

Restrooms

Restrooms are located in the following lower concourse sections:

  • Family – 111, 134, 431 (premium level) + Atrium Levels 4, 5, 6, and 7 of the south end. (Specifically sections 438s, 446s, Miller Lite Deck, Level 5 Terrace Suites, 636s, 644s, 639s, 736s, 746s, 739s)
  • Women's – 103, 105, 108, 114, 123, 126, 131, 132, 135, 136
  • Men's – 102, 104, 105, 106, 107, 112, 115, 128, 131, 134, 135, 138

Restrooms are located in the following upper concourse sections:

  • Women's – 115, 127, 318, 330, 342, 347, 350
  • Men's – 111, 123, 312, 334, 345, 346, 351

We offer nursing rooms for comfort and privacy located in the main Atrium (year round) and fourth floor club level (gameday and private events). In addition the family restrooms are good locations for nursing mothers and guests with special needs. Outlets and chairs are available in these restrooms.

Safety & Carry-In Policy

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, 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.

Regarding Wisconsin's concealed carry law now in effect, the Packers, as occupant of Lambeau Field, will continue our no weapons policy and prohibit carrying firearms or other weapons on the property, including the parking lot.

Scoreboard/TundraVision

Due to the sheer number of Packers fans and requests, currently we are not able to offer personal messages on the Packers TundraVision or public address system. Each season we do, however, monitor and evaluate the volume of requests received to see if there would be any opportunity for it in the future.

Seating/Seat-Back Rental

Due to Covid-19 seating modifications, any bleacher seat sold for the 2020 football season will automatically include a complimentary seat back. The seat backs will be affixed to each seat location prior to each game.

Small Children

All individuals, regardless of age (babies included), must have a ticket to enter Lambeau Field on gameday. If you and your child become separated, please contact the nearest security personnel. While we understand that other venues may have different ticket policies for children, the unique seating area inside Lambeau Field, with its bleachers and tighter configurations common in 1957 when it was constructed, make it necessary to have our policy. Even a small child on a lap would make a row impassable for other patrons to efficiently and safely get to and from their seats during the course of a game. We thank you for your understanding.

Smoking Policy

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.

Solicitation Policy

It has been a longstanding Packers policy that no unauthorized solicitations or collections may take place on Packers-operated property, including Lambeau Field and Packers parking lots. While the Packers have a tradition of partnering with worthy causes for gameday collections during the season, such collections are the only authorized collections that may take place. These collections include Coats for Kids, Toys for Tots and the Packers Women's Association Food Drive. Any other collections or solicitations in Packers-operated parking lots are unauthorized and are prohibited, as they interfere with our goal of providing an excellent gameday experience. Thank you for your cooperation by not seeking donations or selling items in Packers-operated parking lots.

Stadium Gates

All stadium gates open two hours prior to kickoff and are accessible to guests with disabilities. For easier access, guests with seats in the South End (i.e. section numbers ending with the letter "s") should enter through the South Gate on the south side of the stadium. Guests sitting elsewhere in the stadium are encouraged to use the gate suggested on their ticket for the most direct route to their seats.

Stadium Tours

Tours are not available on the day of a home game. Stadium tours are available on a first-come, first-served basis for each day's available tours.

Tailgating

If tailgating in a Lambeau Field-operated lot, your tailgating set-up must be contained within the 9 x 6 foot space directly behind your parked vehicle to allow adequate room for vehicular and pedestrian traffic. No recreational (i.e. wood) fires are allowed, nor are turkey fryers. Grill cooking with charcoal or propane gas is permitted. Grills must be supervised at all times by a responsible adult and be fully extinguished before being left unattended. Separate containers are available in the lots for hot coals, recyclable items and trash. The Fan Code of Conduct (see page 6) applies to all individuals tailgating in any Lambeau Field parking lot. Tailgating setup must be broken down before leaving your vehicle. Tailgating ends at kickoff in all stadium controlled lots.

Telephones & ATM

Payphones are conveniently located throughout the concourse. ATMs can be found in the following locations; inside the Lambeau Field Atrium (Levels 1, 3, & 4), in the indoor club seat areas near the Bellin Gate lobby (Levels 4 & 6), in the South Gate lobby (Levels 4, 6 & 7), and in the main concourse underneath Section 118.

Tickets

Fans are required to carry their tickets with them at all times. Anyone that is unable to produce a valid ticket when asked will be ejected from the stadium.

All individuals, regardless of age (babies included), must have a ticket to enter Lambeau Field on gameday. If you and your child become separated, please contact the nearest security personnel. While we understand that other venues may have different ticket policies for children, the unique seating area inside Lambeau Field, with its bleachers and tighter configurations common in 1957 when it was constructed, make it necessary to have our policy. Even a small child on a lap would make a row impassable for other patrons to efficiently and safely get to and from their seats during the course of a game. We thank you for your understanding.

Transportation

Bus Route: On gameday, let the Green Bay Metro and Green Bay Packers be your ride to and from the game. Fans will be offered four free, efficient and convenient gameday bus routes for all Packers home games. The routes begin five 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: Bus Route Information. Lamers also offers a fee-based service from several areas in the Greater Green Bay area, as well as other cities in Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Taxi Cabs: Taxi cabs are available after games by Ridge Road on the west side of the stadium near Kroll's restaurant. After the game, when traffic clears and a police officer determines, cars may enter the Lambeau Field parking lot to pick up guests.

Ride Share Opportunities: Lambeau Field offers a designated Pick Up zone for ride share services. Fans can request pickup from ride share services and meet their driver for a convenient departure. To request your ride, exit at the Associated Bank or Kwik Trip gates. Your driver will meet you at Bellin Health Titletown, located behind Lodge Kohler for a seamless pickup.

Wheelchairs

At Lambeau Field, all gates, Atrium businesses, concourses, restrooms and all non-seating areas in the stadium are fully accessible to all fans, including those who use wheelchairs. Fans who wish to view a game while seated in a wheelchair, however, require Wheelchair/Companion tickets. For more information on obtaining Wheelchair and Companion tickets, please contact the Packers Ticket Office at (920) 569-7501 prior to the game. Those who utilize a wheelchair to maneuver the concourse but are able to view the game from a standard stadium seat can store their wheelchair at one of the two Fan Assistance booths located underneath Section 109 in the main concourse and underneath Section 353 in the upper concourse. Premium Seating Guests can be directed to their concierge desks. For guests needing assistance to and from their section, a Guest Services representative wearing red will be able to assist you.

Will Call & Ticket Issues

Will Call is distributed at the main ticket office, located on the northeast side of the stadium, facing Lombardi Avenue and adjacent to the Miller Lite Gate. Lost, stolen and all other ticket-related issues can also be addressed there. On gamedays, for 12 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. start times, the main ticket office opens four hours prior to kickoff and closes at halftime. For games that start 6 p.m. or later, the main ticket office opens six hours prior to kickoff and 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 South Gate to also address lost, stolen and all other gameday ticket-related issues. The auxiliary ticket office opens two hours prior to kickoff and closes shortly after kickoff. Media Will Call has relocated to the south side adjacent to the South Gate. Media Will Call opens three hours prior to kickoff and closes at kickoff.

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