American Football has become one of the most popular sports over the course of its existence. The NFL has a rich history spanning back to its creation in 1920 and 101 years later it is still going strong. One of the teams that has been around since the beginning is the Green Bay Packers and while they have changed stadiums since their founding, there is no place like home at Lambeau Field.
Built in 1957, Lambeau has seen several renovations since, but it has always held its historic charm. While other teams opt for enclosed dome stadiums and modern aesthetics, Lambeau Field holds onto its roots and revels in its history. This embrace includes the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.
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This was an incredibly fun build and originally had a very high part count, but I was able to work it down to exactly 2,998 pieces. The curves were fun to design, definitely glad to have a lot of patience.
After my first attempt at this set, I had a lot of feedback about including some exclusive minifigures, so this time around I made it a point to include 3. Legendary coach Vince Lombardi, and two undecided players. My idea here may actually be to give them two faces each and allow for sticker placement based on your favorite. That is just a working theory though. The scale of the stadium is not meant to match the minifigures so do not get caught up on that.
If you see anything that you feel work better a little differently feel free to let me know!