Lambeau Field vs. Cowboys Stadium

June 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

"Eighth wonder of the world" can hardly describe what kind of Stadium the Cowboys now have, with massive high definition television screens both on the inside and on the outside of the stadium.
They are, in fact, the biggest high definition screens in the world.
The stadium can hold up to 80,000 people and holds the NFL record of 105,121 people attending in a single game.
It cost $1.15 billion to make the stadium. From what I've heard, it took fans about three hours to get a decent tour of the stadium.
I must humbly admit my envy for Cowboy fans.
But I began to do my research on Lambeau Field. And I was pleased with what I found.
Lambeau is, without question, the most traditional and one of the oldest stadiums in the NFL. That is something that can't be bought, built, or borrowed.
Lambeau is known as the "crown jewel" of the National Football League. You compare any other franchise in the league that worships their history like the Packers do. Just ch...

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