Lambeau Field is set for Sunday's Salute to Service game, presented by Fleet Farm. The game between the Packers and Seahawks will honor members of the military and veterans and show appreciation for their service in a variety of ways.
Players will wear and use special equipment that features the NFL Salute to Service camo-ribbon decal. The stadium will feature camouflage Salute to Service goal post wraps, banners and pylon decals, and in-game video features will include shoutouts to those who are serving and recognition of veterans. Additionally, Fleet Farm has generously donated 20 game tickets to local veterans to enjoy the game.
Fans are reminded that they can take part in the Salute to Service effort by purchasing custom Green Bay Special Forces patches at the Packers Pro Shop for $10 each, with 100 percent of the purchase price going to the Special Forces Foundation (SFF). The patches include the words "Green Bay" and "Only the Strong" and will be available while supplies last. Fans at Sunday's game can also be part of the Cards for Troops campaign, which will send greeting cards to troops who are serving away from their families during the holidays. Blank cards are available at the card-making station at the Packers Pro Shop. A limited amount of Salute to Service apparel is also available at the Pro Shop, with 100 percent of the proceeds benefitting the NFL's military non-profit partners.
The Packers encourage game attendees to follow CDC guidelines, which includes wearing a mask indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Packers staff members will be wearing masks in indoor spaces on gameday. While game attendees are not required to wear masks, fans are encouraged to bring masks to the game for use in indoor areas. More information is online at https://pckrs.com/covid. Protocols are subject to change.
Fans are reminded that all tickets are mobile-only, as the Packers have transitioned to mobile tickets. Attendees are asked to arrive in plenty of time to the gate listed on their ticket and have their mobile tickets ready to be scanned, as entry may take longer than normal as fans and staff adjust to mobile tickets. The team is asking for patience from fans prior to and during the game, as fans may experience longer lines than normal.
Fireworks will be set off from the stadium roof one hour prior to kickoff to remind fans to start making their way to the stadium in order to be inside by kickoff.
Other than parking, which is cash-only, fans should note that Lambeau Field and all of its businesses are now cashless. Fans should plan ahead to bring credit/debit cards or use contactless payment solutions. A cash-to-card conversion station is available in the Atrium for those who do not use credit/debit cards.
Prior to the national anthem, the Packers and WPS Health Solutions will be recognizing U.S. Army veteran Gauge Hunter and his family through Operation Fan Mail on the video boards. Country singer JoDee Messina will sing the national anthem and a flyover will be performed by four U.S. Air Force F-15s supported by Seymour Johnson Air Force Base out of North Carolina.
At halftime, the High School Quarterback Challenge, presented by HPE and Camera Corner will take place on the field, featuring players from Antigo and Merrill High Schools.
Fans are reminded of the stadium safety policy. No bags or purses will be allowed inside Lambeau Field unless they are clear and are no larger than 12" by 6" by 12". All fans entering on gamedays will use walk-through metal detectors. More info is available at https://www.packers.com/news/lambeau-field-carry-in-policy.
The Lambeau Field parking lots will open Sunday at 11:25 a.m., with gates opening at 1:25 p.m. The Atrium will be open to ticket holders at 11:25 a.m. via the American Family Insurance Gate, and fans can visit the Johnsonville Tailgate Village in the east side parking lot, to enjoy live music from the band Ask Your Mother, as well as food, beverages and a festive tailgating atmosphere. For more gameday information, visit packers.com/lambeau-field/gameday-information.