The 25 Greatest Moments in Lambeau Field History by Cliff Christl and Dale Hofmann ranks some of the most golden memories since City Stadium was built in 1957. Foreword is by Bob Harlan. From the first winning game against the Chicago Bears, Lambeau Field has become famous for traditions, triumphs and trials throughout the years. This book, a result of painstaking research, includes first hand accounts from players and coaches and a dramatic collection of color and black and white photos that put the reader right back in the stands. Vince Lombardi, Bart Starr, Ron Wolf, Brett Favre, and many more players, coaches and staff created countless thrills for fans from coast to coast. Nothing has been overlooked in this inside account of the best Lambeau Field has to offer. It's a keepsake that all true Packer fans will want for their libraries.
Hardcover book is 184 pages and measures at 9 by 12 inches. Comes with colored and black and white photographs. ISBN: 0979872901
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Cliff Christl was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. He became a sportswriter and spent 12 years covering the Green Bay Packers in the 1970s and 1980s. The National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association has named Cliff Christl Wisconsin Sportswriter of the Year five times, and he's placed in the top ten in the national Associated Press Sports Editors contest twice in the enterprise writing category.
Dale Hofmann, a Northwestern University graduate, has covered every major sport as a columnist for the Milwaukee Sentinel and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from the Super Bowl to the World Series to the Olympics. A member of the Milwaukee Press Club Hall of Fame, he has won numerous state, local and national writing awards.
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This was a gift for my Dad and he is in WI and I'm in NY so I haven't actually seen it yet but he seems to be very happy with it and he has been enjoying it since he received it.