Seat view from section 123 at Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers


#2 Wes Burton 2013-09-01 06:29
Section 123 is fantasic! Gives fans the best of both worlds because it's right on the 30 yard line but also really close to the Southern end zone where all of the offense is scored. Perfect for the visiting fans too because it's behind the sideline the visitors use. If you're a visiting Lions or Bears fan, you shouldn't have any second thoughts about supporting your team in this stadium. Everyone is very welcoming and respectful as long as you're respectful.
They should really replace all of the bleacher seating with individual seating and really give fans their money's worth. Packers fans deserve it but I think they want this place to remain as close to it's original construction. I'm sure many fans have objected to the 6,000 seats they've added to the south end zone this offseason. Oh well, shorten up that season ticket waiting list!

The concourses were extremely wide so the traffic flowed very well with the thousands of Packers fans coming and going. The restroom lines were long but that's always expected when you try to go at halftime when everyone else is going.
There's so much history at this place it's ridiculous! Built in 1957, Lambeau is the 2nd oldest stadium in the NFL (behind Soldier Field) and I think the Pack fans like it that way. If you visit the Packers Hall of Fame in the Atrium, you'll be able to see all of the Super Bowl trophies as well as sit in Lombardi's old desk. For only $10 per person, it's well worth the experience.

The main entrance to the stadium is the Miller Lite Gate but the Oneida Nation Gate along Oneida Street will put you really close to section 123 if that's where you enter. Just enter and take a slight right and you'll see the entrance to section 123 on the left. There will likely be an usher or two there to greet you and show you to your seats.
#1 John M 2013-08-30 07:12
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 123, here is a Youtube video shot from there following a Packers/New Orleans Saints game at Lambeau Field.

Here is a 2nd Youtube video shot from there before another Packers game.

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