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The snap. Raymond T. Rivard photograph

Game Day info … if you’re going … and even if you’re not


What’s going on at and around the stadium?

The Atrium at Lambeau Field. Raymond T. Rivard photograph


The main level of the Lambeau Field Atrium will feature music and concessions for Packers fans attending games, along with the live broadcast of Packers Preview:

Packers Preview Broadcast live from the Lambeau Field Atrium for 2 hours prior to kickoff. Listen live as Dennis Krause, Jeff Falconio and Mark Tauscher and others walk you through the day’s highlights. They will talk with Wayne Larrivee, Larry McCarren and other guests throughout the segment. Tune in after the game to hear Greg Matzek and John Maino recap the game.


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, 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, 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.

In 2013, the Green Bay Packers, along with the NFL, updated their safety and carry-in policies. The videos below explain what to expect from Lambeau Field gameday security. Although the information was new for the 2013 season, the same safety and carry-in policies remain in effect for the 2014 season.

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.


Use the following directions to reach Lambeau Field on gameday.

Highway Construction In Progress around Green Bay:

Packers Travel Advisory (11/09/2014)
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Northeast Region Office is reminding motorists heading to Lambeau Field for Sunday night’s game that US 41 and adjacent roadways from Oneida St. north to Suamico are under construction. The US 41/WIS 172 interchange could experience significant backups on both north and south US 41 and east and west WIS 172. Closures, orange barrels, narrow lanes will affect game day travel. Due to the construction, Ashland Avenue through De Pere and Ashwaubenon will also experience increased traffic congestion as additional motorists use this as an alternate route.

WisDOT strongly recommends motorists allow themselves additional time to reach their destinations and check WisDOT’s 511 website. Additionally, motorists are advised to remain alert and plan on exercising patience as they drive through the Green Bay area.

Packers fans heading for the game should anticipate these road conditions in northeast Wisconsin:

  • US 41 and WIS 172 Interchange
    Motorists should expect heavy congestion and potential long delays at this interchange between 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. and again between 10:30 p.m. and 1 a.m. Sunday evening/Monday morning. Motorists should strongly consider avoiding this interchange area and utilize alternate routes if possible.
  • US 41
    All construction on US 41 will cease on Packers game day, although barrier walls and orange barrels will be present in various locations.
  • Brown County
    Drivers will encounter 11-foot travel lanes and reduced shoulders in multiple locations along a 10-mile segment of highway. The speed limit is reduced to 55 mph from just south of Grant Street to Lineville Road. Temporary barrier wall at various locations will cause traffic to slow.

The US 41 northbound exit to Oneida St., currently closed, will open on Friday, November 7.

  • I-43
    Brown County 
    The speed limit is reduced to 55 mph on I-43 between Atkinson Drive and US 41.

Please note:

If you are involved in a crash:
The WisDOT’s Division of State Patrol advises you to immediately call 911 if you are involved in a crash.  If there are no injuries and the vehicles can be moved, report the other vehicle plate numbers as you may then be advised to move off the main portion of the roadway to a crash investigation site or to a ramp out of traffic.  This will assist first responders in reaching you while helping to clear traffic delays during the critical travel times before and following the game.

Additionally, if your vehicle becomes disabled in the US 41 work zone between De Pere and Suamico, notify authorities immediately and WisDOT will send a Freeway Service Team vehicle to your location. Motorists can then contact their motor club or towing preference after WisDOT has relocated your vehicle to a more accessible and safe location.

Travelers should allow extra time and can check online for real-time traffic information, including travel times, lane closures and incidents, at Wisconsin 511 online ( or by calling 511 on a phone.


Stop by the following fan activities and displays before the game – located along the fan walkway on the east side of the stadium from Oneida Street to the Oneida Nation Gate:

Parking Lot Kiosks 
Kiosks are located across from the Tundra Tailgate Zone tent

  • Associated Bank ATMs: An ATM is available for fans to use along the Fan Walkway across from the Tundra Tailgate Zone. Touchdown Bankers will be next to the ATM with giveaways and information.
  • Associated Bank: Fans can participate in a football toss, trivia, and receive more information on Associated Bank.
  • Badger Liquor: Fans can participate in the Absolut Bottle football toss and receive $1 off coupon for Bloody Mary, redeemable at the TTZ or in-stadium kiosks.
  • Pomps: Fans can participate in the Pomps football toss.
  • FABCO CAT: Fans can stop by to see the FABCO loader and take their photo with the construction photo opp.
  • Kohl’s “Show Us Your Sign”: Fans will be able to make signs for the game along the Fan Walkway or in the Lambeau Field Atrium.
  • McDonalds: Fans can stop by the McDonalds truck to sample French Fries and Coffee.
  • Packers Pro Shop Trailer: Limited selection of Packers Pro Shop items for sale.
  • Sargento: Sargento will be collecting non-perishable food items for Sargento’s Touchdown for Charities program. Boyd Dowler will be on-site signing autographs and taking photos for fans that contribute to the food drive from 12:00 – 2:00PM. Fans can also sample mild cheddar and string cheese snacks.
  • Tuaca: Tuaca Ambassadors will be on-site providing samples to fans.


Air Force F-22 jets will perform a fly over at the conclusion of the national anthem.


Emerging country duo American Young will perform the national anthem.