Famed Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI, is the home of the NFL’s Green Bay Packers football team. Often referred to as “the frozen tundra,” because of its cold conditions, the 73,000-seat facility opened in 1957 as City Stadium, and was named after legendary Packers founder, player, and long-time head coach, Curly Lambeau after his death in 1965.

Lambeau Field was built for $960,000, but a 2003 renovation cost $295 million. It was the first stadium built exclusively for an NFL team, and has the longest tenure in the league.

In 2008, the Green Bay Council passed a law requiring street ticket scalpers to obtain a permit for reselling Packers tickets, which also restricts them to certain areas. The move was designed to help crack down on sale of counterfeit tickets. The permit costs $800 per year.