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Packers Announce Full-Capacity Plans for Lambeau Field in 2021

Training camp, Family Night and Packers games are set to be open fully to the public.

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On the final day of the Green Bay Packers’ mandatory minicamp, the Packers announced on their website that their plan is to be at full capacity for games, as well as other events this summer. The yearly shareholders meeting, training camp, Family Night, Packers 5K Run/Walk, Pro Shop, Hall of Fame and Lambeau Field Stadium tours were noted in their message.

Proof of vaccination will not be checked, but the Packers suggest that the unvaccinated continue to wear masks in accordance with CDC guidelines. Mentioned, also, was the fact that training camp may be impacted due to the league’s and NFLPA’s protocols, though more information would come in on the issue as we approach July’s training camp.

The team included this statement from the CDC:

The CDC states, “CDC cannot provide the specifi­c risk level for every activity in every community. It is important to consider your own personal situation and the risk to you, your family, and your community before venturing out.”

Who knows if Packers players will be riding side-by-side with children walking their helmets down DreamDrive, but at the very least you should be able to attend a game at Lambeau Field this season, if you wish.