NFC North Stadiums (Video): Soldier Field (Bears), Ford Field (Lions), Lambeau Field (Packers) and Vikings Stadium (Vikings)
Hope you are enjoying the Thanksgiving weekend. Here’s part 2 of an 8-part video series on the NFL’s stadiums.
Today, we’ll look at a couple of the most storied fields in NFL history, the Chicago Bears’ Soldier Field (1924 – the oldest stadium in the NFL) and the Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field (a more-modern-than-its-legend suggests 1957).
Also, Ford Field the Detroit Lions’ new indoor (for course) home that opened in 2002, and the under-construction Vikings Stadium. Since the Metrodome collapsed under the weight of snow in 2010 – and while their new stadium is being built – the Minnesota Vikings temporarily play their home games at TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota. Their new home opens in 2016.Follow @VinGetz
Chicago Bears: Soldier Field (1 of 2)
Chicago Bears: Soldier Field (2 of 2)
Detroit Lions: Ford Field
Green Bay Packers: Lambeau Field
Minnesota Vikings: Vikings Stadium
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