Green Bay Packers History

The Green Bay Packers are in their one hundred and second season, playing their home games at Lambeau Field, in Green Bay, Wisconsin since 1957. The Packers are led by head coach Matt LaFleur since 2019.

The Packers have won thirteen championships in their history, most recently in 2010.

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Franchise Award Winners

During their existence, they have had two people win Coach of the Year: Lindy Infante, (1989); Vince Lombardi, (1959).

During their careers, multiple players have won awards for the team: Bart Starr won the Most Valuable Player in 1966; Aaron Rodgers won the Most Valuable Player in 2011, 2014, 2020, and 2021; Brett Favre won the Most Valuable Player in 1995, 1996, and 1997 and the AP Offensive Player of the Year in 1995; Jim Taylor won the Most Valuable Player in 1962; Paul Hornung won the Most Valuable Player in 1961; Jordy Nelson won the Comeback Player of the Year in 2016; Robert Brooks won the Comeback Player of the Year in 1997; Charles Woodson won the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 2009; Willie Buchanon won the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1972; Eddie Lacy won the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2013; John Brockington won the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year in 1971; Reggie White won the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 1998.

Green Bay Packers by the Decades

1920s

The Green Bay Packers' inaugural season was 1921. During the decade, the Packers had a record of 61-25-13 during the regular season and not a single game in the playoffs. They played their home games at Hagemeister Park (1921-1922), Bellevue Park (1923-1925), and City Stadium (1926-1929). They won zero division titles. They won one league championship in 1929.

1930s

During the decade, the Packers had a record of 85-35-4 during the regular season and 2-1 in the playoffs. They played their home games at City Stadium. They won zero division titles. The Packers ranked 2nd in the West division with a win percentage of 66%. Throughout the 1930s, they led the entire league in wins. They won four league championships in 1930, 1931, 1936, and 1939.

1940s

During the decade, the Packers had a record of 62-44-4 during the regular season and 1-1 in the playoffs. They played their home games at City Stadium. They won zero division titles. The Packers ranked 3rd in the West division with a win percentage of 58%. They won one league championship in 1944.

1950s

During the decade, the Packers had a record of 39-79-2 during the regular season and not a single game in the playoffs. They played their home games at City Stadium (1950-1956) and New City Stadium (1957-1959). They won zero division titles. The Packers ranked 6th in the West division with a win percentage of 33% and ranked 5th in the National division with a win percentage of 33%.

1960s

During the decade, the Packers had a record of 96-37-5 during the regular season and 9-1 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Lambeau Field. They won one division title. The Packers ranked 1st in the West division with a win percentage of 78% and ranked 2nd in the Central division with a win percentage of 57%. Throughout the 1960s, they led the entire league in wins. They won five league championships in 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, and 1967.

1970s

During the decade, the Packers had a record of 57-82-5 during the regular season and 0-1 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Lambeau Field. They won one division title. The Packers ranked 4th in the NFC Central division with a win percentage of 41%.

1980s

During the decade, the Packers had a record of 65-84-3 during the regular season and 1-1 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Lambeau Field. They won zero division titles. The Packers ranked 3rd in the NFC Central division with a win percentage of 44%.

1990s

During the decade, the Packers had a record of 93-67-0 during the regular season and 8-5 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Lambeau Field. They won three division titles. The Packers ranked 2nd in the NFC Central division with a win percentage of 58%. They won one Super Bowl in 1996.

2000s

During the decade, the Packers had a record of 95-65-0 during the regular season and 3-6 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Lambeau Field. They won four division titles. The Packers ranked 1st in the NFC Central division with a win percentage of 66% and ranked 1st in the NFC North division with a win percentage of 58%.

2010s

During the decade, the Packers had a record of 102-56-2 during the regular season and 10-7 in the playoffs. In fact, the one hundred and two wins represents the most wins in a decade for the Packers. They played their home games at Lambeau Field. They won six division titles. The Packers ranked 1st in the NFC North division with a win percentage of 64%. They won one Super Bowl in 2010.

2020s

During the decade, the Packers had a record of 26-7-0 during the regular season and 1-2 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Lambeau Field. They won two division titles. The Packers ranked 1st in the NFC North division with a win percentage of 79%. Throughout the 2020s, they led the entire league in wins.

Green Bay Packers Head Coaching History

Head Coach Years Record Win percentage Playoff record
Matt LaFleur 2019-2022 39-10-0 79.6% 2-3
Mike McCarthy 2006-2018 125-76-2 62.1% 10-8
Joe Philbin 2018 2-3-0 40.0% 0-0
Mike Sherman 2000-2005 57-39-0 59.4% 2-4
Ray Rhodes 1999 8-8-0 50.0% 0-0
Mike Holmgren 1992-1998 75-37-0 67.0% 8-5
Lindy Infante 1988-1991 24-40-0 37.5% 0-0
Forrest Gregg 1984-1987 25-37-1 40.5% 0-0
Bart Starr 1975-1983 52-76-3 40.8% 1-1
Dan Devine 1971-1974 25-27-4 48.2% 0-1
Phil Bengtson 1968-1970 20-21-1 48.8% 0-0
Vince Lombardi 1959-1967 89-29-4 74.6% 9-1
Ray McLean 1958 1-10-1 12.5% 0-0
Lisle Blackbourn 1954-1957 17-31-0 35.4% 0-0
Gene Ronzani 1950-1953 12-26-0 31.6% 0-0
Curly Lambeau 1921-1949 208-104-21 65.6% 3-2

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