No other professional sports franchise in North America has a greater connection to its community than the Green Bay Packers. That’s because the team is owned by a corporation—Green Bay Packers, Inc.—in which every single citizen of Green Bay, WI, is a shareholder. And Lambeau Field is their boardroom. Built in 1957 and named after the team’s founder, Curly Lambeau, the stadium seats 73,128 people, which is about 75% of the population of the entire city. You know the stadium you are walking into is a special place when its street (Lombardi Avenue) and the NFL’s championship trophy (The Lombardi Trophy) are named after the home team’s most legendary figure (Vince Lombardi).