Lambeau Field will look a little different for Green Bay Packers when they enter the venue for the upcoming 2023 season.
Mike Moynihan, who serves as the Packers’ Director of Facility Operations, announced that two new giant video boards will be added to the stadium. They’ll be added on the north and south ends of Lambeau Field, with Moynihan adding they’ll measure in 228 feet by 48 feet.
The concession stands in the upper concourse will also undergo upgrades, making the food and beverage services quicker and more efficient for customers.
You can see a video of Moynihan’s announcement, along with clips of workers constructing the new boards below.
The historic Lambeau Field opened in 1957, and it’s the second-oldest NFL stadium currently being used. The only older NFL venue is the Chicago Bears’ stadium of Soldier Field, which opened back in 1924. However, the Bears are in the early stages of planning the construction of a new stadium in Arlington Heights.
Things will likely look a lot different for Packers fans in 2023. Not just the looming stadium upgrades at Lambeau Field, but also the on-field product.
Last month, Packers’ star quarterback Aaron Rodgers announced that he intends to play for the New York Jets in 2023. Rodgers considered retirement early in the offseason before revealing his plans to join the Jets.
There is no timeline on when the Jets and Packers will complete the Rodgers trade, but it’s essentially a done deal that the four-time league MVP will not be back in Green Bay next year. That means the Jordan Love era is about to begin in Titletown.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.