Green Bay Packers Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers
They are members of what division of the National Football
Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL)?
A: The North division.
Green Bay is the third-oldest franchise in the what?
Green Bay was organized and starting play in what year?
Green Bay is the only major league professional
based in the United States that is what?
A: Non-profit and community-owned.
Where do they play their home games?
A: At Lambeau Field.
Founded in 1919 by Earl "Curly" Lambeau and George Whitney
Calhoun, the franchise traces its lineage to other what?
A: Semi-professional teams in Green Bay dating back to 1896.
In 1919 and 1920 the Packers competed against other
semi-pro clubs from where?
A: Around Wisconsin and the Midwest.
They joined what forerunner of today's NFL, in
A: The American Professional Football Association (APFA).
Green Bay is the smallest professional sports market in
North America, but its local fan and media base extends how far?
A: 120 miles south into Milwaukee, where it played selected home games between 1933 and 1994.
The Packers have won how many league championships?
A: 13, the most in NFL history.
How many times have they won the Super Bowl?
A: Four times.
The Green Bay Packers were founded on August 11,
A: Former high-school football rivals Earl "Curly" Lambeau and George Whitney Calhoun.
Lambeau solicited funds for uniforms from whom?
A: His employer, the Indian Packing Company.
How much money was given to him for uniforms and equipment,
on the condition that the team be named for its sponsor?
A: The Green Bay Packers have played in their original city longer than any other team in the NFL.
On August 27, 1921, the Packers were granted a what?
A: Franchise in the new national pro football league that had been formed the previous year.
Financial troubles plagued the team and the franchise was
A: Forfeited within the year.
Lambeau found new financial backers and did what?
A: Regained the franchise the next year.
These backers, were known as the what?
A: "Hungry Five", and they formed the Green Bay Football Corporation.
Among the many impressive accomplishments of these years
was the Packers' streak of what?
A: 30 consecutive home games without defeat, an NFL record which still stands.
Credited with inventing pass patterns, Hutson would lead
the league in receptions for how many seasons?
An iron man, Hutson played both ways, leading the league in
what as a safety in 1940?
In 1951, his number 14 was the first to be what?
A: Retired by the Packers.
He was inducted as a charter member of the Pro Football
Hall of Fame in what year?