Collecting Vince Lombardi’s Dominating Green Bay Packers


Vince Lombardi called Lambeau Field his “pride and joy.” Specifically, the ground itself—the grass and the dirt. He loved that field because it was his. He controlled everything that happened there. It was the home where Lombardi built one of the greatest sports dynasties of all-time. Fittingly, Lambeau Field was the setting for the 1967 NFL Championship, famously dubbed “The Ice Bowl” before the game even started. Temperatures plummeting to 12 degrees below zero blasted Lombardi’s field. Despite his best efforts using an elaborate underground heating system to keep it from freezing, the field provided the perfect rock-hard setting to…

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