Lambeau Field Stadium Banner
The Green Bay Packers began play in 1957 at Lambeau Stadium, which named in tribute of the Packers founder, player and coach Curly Lambeau. One of the stadium’s most memorable games is the 1967 NFL Championship. With the temperature 15 degrees below freezing, the Packers edged the Dallas Cowboys in game better known as the Ice Bowl. The game came down to the final minute, then Bart Starr scored on a quarterback sneak for a Packers win, as 50,000-plus fans stuck around to watch their hometown team win.
- 15 in W x 24 in H
- 100% Wool Blend Felt
- Constructed with high-quality embroidery and applique detail
- Designed with the teams logo, as well as stadium image and year built
- Includes a hanging cord for easy display
- Iron safe backing to keep banner in pristine condition
- Officially Licensed
- Winning Streak Product is ethically sourced and held to the highest quality standards making it the #1 Premium Licensed Product in Sports.