There are great views of the football action from every seat at Lambeau Field. Check the venue map shown here, or call our office at (414)273-6007 for the best seats.
Where is Lambeau Field?
Lambeau Field is located at 1265 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay WI 54304.
Just about any seat at Lambeau is a good seat. Sitting in the end zone can bring a unique perspective to the game. Sitting in the “Jump Zone” might be just the ticket for a devoted Packers fan. Sideline seats at Lambeau Field provide the best view of the action. No matter where you sit, your view of the field is sure to be great. Seeing the game from the top row of the bowl to a corner-end zone seat is easy. Lambeau Field is comprised of one large bowl, skyboxes, indoor and outdoor clubs, and more. As the decades have rolled along, so have the changes to Lambeau Field. In 2003, the Packers home turf underwent a major renovation. In 2013, fans flocked to a new end zone section that holds over 6000. The total capacity is just under 80,000. Lambeau Field is an iconic place to watch NFL football. The rows and seating are both close to the football field with clear sight lines across the entire stadium. If you are attending a game, that same ticket gives you access to the Lambeau Field Atrium. That's where you can find the Packers Pro Shop, Hall of Fame, and various restaurants.
Lambeau Field Section By Section
The main level of Lambeau Field is comprised of sections that are numbered 100-138. Seats are reserved, with numbered spots on benches. There are no seatbacks in the sixty rows that comprise the main level. You can rent seatbacks at the stadium. All even-numbered sections can be found on the "Packers" side of the field. All odd-numbered sections are on the east side of Lambeau Field and are considered to be on the visitor’s side. As you approach the tunnel to find your seats, you will find yourself in row 23. The other tunnel entrances are at row 60. Visitors may want to bring a cushion or something to sit on, as the benches can be quite cold during late-season games. When Lambeau Field was renovated a few years back they added rows above the main bowl. Those rows are also made up of benches but provide wider spaces and a bit more legroom. This "300 Level" seating has its own concourse, restrooms, and concession stands. Feel free to check out the lower "100 Level" at any time.
Stadium Club Access at Lambeau Field
If you have a club seat ticket or a private box ticket you are allowed access to the Stadium Club. The Stadium Club is open two hours before game time. The Stadium Club brings a bit of luxury to fans that want to experience a bit more of an upscale game. There are exclusive restrooms, food, and a climate-controlled environment on this level. Outdoor club seats are individual seats, with seatbacks, cup holders, and wait staff to attend to your needs. Outdoor club seats will provide you with full access to the Stadium Club as well. Indoor club seating is just above sections 307-312, on the stadium's north side. Enjoy all the amenities of club seating while staying warm.
In 2013, the renovation of Lambeau Field brought fans the new 600 and 700-level outdoor seats. Located in the south end zone and corners, these seats are above the 300 level. Fans can enjoy the fact that there are seatbacks and cup holders, with elevator access. The seats are also wider than the 700 level. It's best to contact Lambeau Field directly for handicap-accessible seating. Ticket King stays open on game day until kickoff occurs at Lambeau Field. We’re just one block south of the stadium, which makes it very easy for fans to park in our lot before they head to the stadium.
Parking at Lambeau Field
Ticket King has a limited number of parking passes for spaces at Lambeau Field. Once you pick your game, click the parking tab on this page to see which options are available. Demand for Packers parking is high, as many fans like to tailgate before the game. Our staff is more than happy to help you with any questions that you may have when it comes to parking. Parking at our Ticket King Green Bay office is limited. Our office is just yards from the Lambeau Field lots, and it's about a three-minute walk to the stadium from our office. It’s best to arrive early at Lambeau since there is so much more to see than a great football game.