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 two home games of the 2020 NFL season. The Packers' third home game is on Nov. 1 against the Minnesota Vikings. Whether fans can attend this game and others later in the season will depend on the status of the virus. 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.
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.
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.
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.
Lombardi Avenue will be one way westbound between Ashland and Oneida before the game, then one way eastbound between Oneida and Ashland following the game. The stretch between Oneida Street and Ridge Road will be westbound before the game and close at game time.
Oneida Street between Lombardi Avenue and Mike McCarthy Way will only be open to those with reserved Lambeau Field parking passes before and after the game. (Oneida will be closed to all through traffic.) Motorists with parking passes will be required to enter the parking lot at the north or south Oneida Street entrances. They will be required to leave via the same gate. No traffic will be allowed on Oneida Street between the two entrances.
Ridge Road will be closed to all through traffic following the game. Traffic leaving the stadium parking lot will be allowed to exit. Vehicles using the north driveway will be directed northbound on Ridge Road, while vehicles using the south exit will be directed southbound. Through traffic will resume when pedestrian traffic has cleared the area with that determination made by officers on site.
VALLEY VIEW ROAD
Valley View Road from Lambeau Field to Ridge Road will be open to vehicular traffic, but the road will be divided to create a pedestrian walkway.
ARMED FORCES DRIVE
Armed Forces Drive at Oneida Street will close three hours before kick-off. The remainder of Armed Forces Drive will be closed to vehicles one hour before game time due to the heavy volume of pedestrians. Armed Forces Drive will remain closed until pedestrian traffic clears after the game.
On gameday, let the Green Bay Metro and Green Bay Packers be your ride to and from the game. For the 2018 season, 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 on GreenBayWI.gov.
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.
Fans who have scheduled a rideshare service can meet their driver for departure at Bellin Health Titletown, located behind Lodge Kohler just west of Lambeau Field.
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.
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 at 11 a.m. 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 2 hours prior to kickoff and closes shortly after kickoff. Media Will Call (previously located on the west side) has relocated to the south side adjacent to the South Gate. Media Will Call opens 3 hours prior to kickoff and closes at kickoff.
Anyone experiencing a problem with lost, stolen and all other ticket-related issues is encouraged to visit the windows labeled "Ticket Problems". Depending on the circumstances, tickets may be reissued.