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The origins of the Green Bay Packers are believed to date back to 1895 when the Green Bay Town team, a group of local athletes, played town teams from communities surrounding Green Bay. They lost to all of them. During each game, the team manager passed a hat among the spectators, asking for donations for the players, and after the game, the two teams divided up the money. Thus, these teams were among the first "professional" football teams in the United States.

The Green Bay Packers sign RB Johnny "Blood" McNally, OT Cal Hubbard, and G Mike Michalske in 1929. The Packers won their first NFL championship, posting an unbeaten 12-0-1 record. The Packers would go on to win their 2nd straight Championship with an impressive 10-3-1 record in 1930 and in 1931 they became the first team to win three straight NFL Championships with a 12-2 record. During the late 1930s and early 1940s, the Lambeau-led Packers were annual championship contenders.

The Green Bay Packers encountered another bleak period in the 1970s and 1980s. The Packers were rocked by the death of Vince Lombardi in 1970 at the age of 57. In 1971, the NFL decided to name the trophy given out at the Super Bowl Championship the Vince Lombardi trophy.

In 1996, the Packers returned to the top of the pro football world when they won Super Bowl XXXI. The Packers put the game away against the New England Patriots on a 99-yard kick return by Super Bowl MVP Desmond Howard. For the first time in 29 years the Vince Lombardi trophy made itís way to Green Bay, making it their 12th Championship.

In 1997, the Green Bay Packers easily won their 3rd straight NFC Central Division Championship with a 13-3 record. Brett Favre won his 3rd consecutive MVP award by passing for 3,867 yards. In Super Bowl XXXII, they faced the Denver Broncos. The Broncos beat them crushing their hopes for their 13th Championship.

The Packers returned to the top of the pack again in 2010 season by winning Super Bowl XLV. It wasn't easy. They finished the regular season with a 10-6 record and clinched the No. 6 seed. They then went on to beat the No. 3 seed and No. 1 seed to reach the NFC Championship where they beat the Chicago Bears. They beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl to become the first No. 6 seed from the NFC to win the big game. Aaron Rodgers was named the Super Bowl MVP.

Lambeau Field In Green Bay, Wisconsin

After undergoing a massive $295 million reconstruction that started in 2001, Lambeau Field has been transformed from a football stadium that fans could use only 10 days a year to a year-round tourist destination with a host of new amenities and attractions. The Lambeau Field Atrium, located on the stadium's east side, is home to the Packers Pro Shop, Packers Hall of Fame, Curly's Pub, and other Atrium dining, event, entertainment and retail options.

Whenever the Packers score a touchdown, the Todd Rundgren hit "Bang the Drum all Day" is played. Many Packer players jump into the end zone stands in a celebration affectionately known as the "Lambeau Leap.".