NEW YORK, April 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- NFL fans have been eagerly waiting to buy Green Bay Packers tickets ever since the team's 2013 schedule was released on April 18. Packers fans are among the most devoted in the league as more than 86,000 are on the team's season ticket waiting list. Those who find Green Bay Packers tickets at Ticketability.com travel from Milwaukee, Madison and cities scattered throughout the country to historic Lambeau Field for Packers home games.
Affordable Green Bay Packers tickets are expected to sell exceptionally fast for the team's first home game of the season. The Washington Redskins pay a visit for a noon kickoff on Sept. 15. A Monday Night Football game on Nov. 4 will pit the Packers against the rival Chicago Bears. The Atlanta Falcons will play at Lambeau Field in a Sunday Night Football game on Dec. 8.
Lambeau Field is an incredible place to watch a game, and many of those who buy Green Bay Packers tickets do so simply to experience the ambiance and history of this stadium. It opened in 1957 and was named City Stadium until it received its current name in 1965. The current capacity of the stadium is 79,594. A crowd of 32,132 watched the Packers knock off the Bears, 21-17, in the first game played here on Sept. 29, 1957.
Many of those who will find Green Bay Packers tickets at Ticketability.com enjoyed the solid 2012 season the team put together. Green Bay won the NFC North with an 11-5 record before defeating the Minnesota Vikings in the Wildcard round of the playoffs, 24-10. The season finally came to an end the following week in a 45-31 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The Packers delighted those who had purchased affordable Green Bay Packers tickets with five- and four-game winning streaks during the 2012 season.
The Green Bay Packers have been playing since 1919 and are one of the oldest teams in the NFL. The Packers won three straight league titles from 1929-31 as Green Bay went a combined 34-5-2 those seasons. Seven other league titles followed prior to Super Bowl I. The Packers then won the first two Super Bowls. Titles in 1996 and 2010 followed. The 2010 Super Bowl season included an incredible run of four playoff wins away from home.
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