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New Green Bay City Stadium renamed Lambeau Field in 1965 was dedicated Sept. 29, 1957. Twelve days earlier, on the afternoon of Sept. 17, the Packers practiced on their Oneida Street field for the first time. In fact, the Press-Gazette’s Art Daley wrote the next day that it was the first time the Packers ever practiced on the West Side of Green Bay’s Fox River. With training camp being held that summer in Stevens Point, Wis., And basically all schools in the Green Bay area opening between Sept. 3, the day after Labor Day, and Sept. 5, there were only three days of practice before the Packers’ final preseason game in Minneapolis against Pittsburgh and kids were in classes those days. Here’s one other note about the photo at the top of this post. It appears to have been shot at the south end of the stadium, where both the Packers ‘and visitors’ locker rooms were located at the time in a small building that was later converted into a restroom. It wasn’t until 1963 that the Packers built an office building at the stadium with a larger, plusher locker room.
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