Kansas City Chiefs running back Mike Garrett is tackled by Green Bay Packers linebacker Dave Robinson, while Packers middle linebacker Ray Nitschke watches during Super Bowl I action.

Super Bowl Sunday: Green Bay Packers Super Bowl I


Unless you live under a rock, you know it’s Super Bowl Sunday – one of the most highly-anticipated and most celebrated days of the entire year. It’s a day of pure enjoyment, even if you’re favorite team isn’t in the big game.

I’m like all fans of the Green Bay Packers today – happy that there is one more football game to enjoy and pleased that we had the opportunity to watch another season of Packers football.

As we officially head into the offseason once more after the clock ticks down to zero on today’s Super Bowl XLVIII, the confetti settles to the ground, and all the platitudes are given, we will once again turn our eyes to “next year.” Of course before that we will enjoy the Combine, Free Agency, the Draft, the OTAs, and training camp.

However, before we get to all that, we’ve got to enjoy this Super Bowl Sunday.

You could turn on the NFL Network or FOX at any time today and watch the seemingly unending interviews, feature stories and so much more about the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.

Or you can turn to lombardiave where we are going to be offering everything Packers today – all the Packers film we can find on the five Super Bowls the team has been in.

We start, of course, at the beginning with Super Bowl I, and will offer up more videos as the day progresses. Enjoy these … it seems as if they were yesterday.


Superbowl I 1967


CBS Sports 1966-67 NFL Football Season Recap Super Bowl I

A CBS Sports overview of the 1966-67 NFL season that ended with the first Super Bowl, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Green Bay Packers. Also includes a quick preview of 1967-68 programming, including NFL league expansion and playoff expansion, plus the Cotton Bowl. Transferred from 16 mm.


The 1966 Season

A look back at the man, Vince Lombardi; the team, the Green Bay Packers; and the season, 1966; which started an annual tradition and changed the sport of football forever… This is an excellent look at the Packers of 1966 – one of the best Lombardi teams ever.


A look at the Packers Super Bowl I Championship Ring


A slideshow of rare photographs from Super Bowl I … Excellent compilation of photos you probably haven’t seen.


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