By Adam Roberts – 1/18/2021
The Packers officially had 8,456 season ticket holders, frontline healthcare workers and first responders in attendance for Saturday’s 32-18 win over the LA Rams. Afterwards, a number of players including both Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams noted the impact that playing in front of fans had on them, particularly in the second half. “To run out on the field with fans was unbelievable,” Rodgers said after the win. And with one game under their belt, team president Mark Murphy and Lambeau staff apparently feel comfortable doing it again next weekend.
Per the team, that home-field advantage should once again be a part of the game on Sunday for the NFC Championship Game. Roughly 6,500 tickets will be available for purchase, with information sent to season ticket holders later tomorrow.
As with last weekend, masks will be required of all in attendance and no tailgating will be permitted. You can find more information from the team website here.