The city of Green Bay, Wisconsin has announced their plans for a Super Bowl victory parade to welcome home the Green Bay Packers, with Lambeau field the chosen site.
This live feed will be in Green Bay for the victory parade:
Lambeau Stadium webcam
The last time the Green Bay Packers brought the Super Bowl title home was in 1997, and due to the amount of people who turned out for that celebration, and the amount of security and crowd control problems the city had, the Packers are instead opting for letting fans see them and the Lombardi Trophy at Lambeau Field.
The city of Green Bay had originally tried to have a victory parade through downtown, but the Packers say this celebration at Lambeau Field can allow them to control the crowd better. On February 7th 2011 the Green Bay Packers will return from Dallas, Texas to Austin Straubel International Airport on Monday before 12PM and will take team buses back to the stadium. Fans are invited to line the route between the airport and Lambeau Field to cheer for the team.
On Tuesday February 8th 2011 the team will be hosting their official victory celebration at Lambeau Field between 4PM and 5PM with gates opening at 2PM. Entrance fee's will be $5 per person attending.