Green Bay Packers

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Lambeau Field where the Packers play

The Green Bay Packers are an American football team in Green Bay, Wisconsin. They play in the National Football League. Their stadium is Lambeau Field. Their quarterback is Aaron Rodgers. The Packer's uniforms are a green or white jersey with yellow pants.

The Packers hold the record for the most NFL league championships. They have won 13 championships, including four Super Bowls. The team is called the Packers because their original owner was a meat-packing company. Today, it is the only fan-owned team in the country's four major professional leagues. It is owned by a community-based group with more than 100,000 shareholders. Each shareholder is limited to holding 200 shares (out of about 5 million issued). The Packers are also the only team in the major professional leagues to release their balance sheet every year.

Green Bay Packers
Established [[ in sports|]]
Play in Lambeau Field
Green Bay, Wisconsin
League/Conference affiliations

National Football League (–present)

Team Details
Team colors Dark Green and Gold
Personnel
General Manager
Head Coach Mike McCarthy
Team history
  • Green Bay Packers (–present)
Team Nicknames
Green and Gold, The Packs
Championships
League Championships ()
Conference Championships ()
Division Championships ()
Home fields

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