Lambeau Field Seat Watch - Green Bay Packers

Celebrate the past while keeping time in the present with this watch, hand crafted from authentic Lambeau Field bench seating.

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This watch is hand crafted from an authentic stadium bench seat removed from Lambeau Field. In 1969, all of the wood was removed from Lambeau as the stadium transitioned to aluminum. Brushed stainless caseback engraved "Lambeau Field" and the year the wooden seats were removed. Italian cognac leather strap with contrast stitching, battery operated Swiss Movement. Each watch comes in an NFL Stadium gift box with a Certificate of Authenticity. Wear a piece of the storied past to your next Packers game.
Watches have a 40mm stainless steel bezel. Durable leather strap measures 197mm (approx. 7-3/4"), standard for most wrists.
Officially licensed by the National Football League.

Due to licensing restrictions we are unable to ship NFL licensed items to Canada.

Watches have a one year warranty from date of purchase.

The movement uses a type 364 battery, should replacement be required, take to your local jeweler or send to us. 

If you need a replacement strap or prefer a longer strap or one in black please visit Leather Watch Straps.

The History of Lambeau Field

Lambeau Field was the first modern stadium built for an NFL franchise and is now the oldest continually operating NFL stadium. Originally called City Stadium when it opened in 1957, the name was changed eight years later to honor Curly Lambeau, who not only founded and played for the Packers but who also coached the team in its first three decades. In 1968, Vince Lombardi, renowned Packers coach and NFL icon, was honored when the stadium's street was named Lombardi Avenue. His success led to a increasing demand for tickets, such that every home game has been sold out since 1960 and there is an average waiting time of thirty years to purchase season tickets. Thus, Lambeau Field's seating has been steadily added to since 1961 and, today, it is more than twice its original capacity.

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