Established in 1919 by Earl “Curly” Lambeau and George Whitney Calhoun, the Green Bay Packers are the third-oldest club in the National Football League. They are also the only team in the league that is owned by a non-profit organization and by the local community. Lambeau Field in Green Bay has been the home of the Packers since 1957 when they played their first game there.
The team’s franchise worth in 2020 was estimated to be about three billion dollars, with revenue of roughly 485 million dollars in 2019. The team is led by a board of directors, with Mark Murphy acting as CEO and president.
It is the most league championships that the Packers have won in NFL history. They have nine pre-Super Bowl NFL championships, as well as four Super Bowl championships from 1967, 1968, 1997, and 2011.
Date: 1919 – present
Division: NFC North
Headquarters: Green Bay
Stadium: Lambeau Field – Capacity: 81,441
Coach: Matt LaFleur
President/CEO: Mark Murphy
Awards & Honors: Super Bowl (2011) Super Bowl (1997) Super Bowl (1968) Super Bowl (1967)
Green Bay Packers Schedule 2021/22
Green Bay Packers Total 2021 Salary Cap
- Maximum Salary Cap: $186,174,018
- Active Contracts: $142,737,827
- Injured Reserve: $25,840,672
- Dead Cap: $9,537,968
- Total Cap: $181,352,473
- Est. Cap Space: $4,821,545
Who is the best player on the Green Bay Packers 2021?
Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers was named the No. 3 player in the NFL in the “Top 100 Players of 2021” list.