Perhaps no franchise in the NFL has a connection with their fans quite like the Green Bay Packers. Behind the likes of Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews, the Packers will try to reward their fans in 2013 with the team's fifth Super Bowl championship.
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Few communities can say they have a bond between themselves and their football team quite like Green Bay and their Packers. Having Green Bay Packers tickets to home games is a family heirloom, passed on from generation to generation. This tradition makes seats at Lambeau Field one of the hardest to get in sports, not just football.
The team currently ranks as the third oldest franchise in the NFL, dating back to 1921 when they were granted membership into the brand new league. Under the direction of some of the most famous names in the game, the franchise has seen the highest of highs and lowest of lows. But the team forever will be remembered for their success, as they have won 12 NFL Championships, earning Green Bay the moniker "Titletown USA."
The thousands of fans who have purchased Packers tickets over the years have seen a total of 21 players and coaches that wore green and yellow enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH. Great names from Ray Nitschke to Reggie White are included, but perhaps the name that is going to define the most recent era is future Hall of Fame Quarterback Brett Favre. He is in the process of rewriting the record book for the quarterback position, having broken the all-time touchdown and passing yard records. Favre left the team following the 2007 season.
The Packers returned to glory in the 2010/2011 season, when QB Aaron Rodgers led the Pack to Super Bowl glory with a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The win made many fans in Green Bay forget all about that Favre guy. TicketNetwork can connect you to tickets this season as Rodgers and company look to do it again!
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