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List of broadcasters for Green Bay Packers home games in Milwaukee

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The National Football League's Green Bay Packers played two to four home games per year at Milwaukee County Stadium from 1953 to 1994,[1] after using Wisconsin State Fair Park in nearby West Allis from 1934 through 1951 and Marquette Stadium in 1952.[2][3] The Packers compiled a 76–47–3 (.615) regular season record at County Stadium over 42 seasons. It hosted at least one pre-season game annually during this time as well (except 1983), including the Upper Midwest Shrine Game. Financial considerations prompted the Packers to move some of their games to Milwaukee starting with the 1933 season, with one game played at Borchert Field. By 1995, multiple renovations to Lambeau Field made it more lucrative for the Packers to play their full home slate in Green Bay again for the first time since 1932.[4] Former Milwaukee ticket holders were offered tickets at Lambeau to one pre-season game and games 2 and 5 of the regular season schedule, in what is referred to as the "Gold package."

1950s[edit]

Date Teams Time (EST) Network Play-by-play Color commentators
10/5/52 Redskins-Packers 3:00 Not televised
10/11/53 Rams-Packers 2:30 Not televised
11/22/53 49ers-Packers 2:30 Not televised
10/10/54 49ers-Packers 2:30 Not televised
10/17/54 Rams-Packers 2:30 Not televised
11/13/54 Colts-Packers 8:00 DuMont Chuck Thompson
10/8/55 Colts-Packers 8:30 WAAM-Baltimore
WMAL-Washington
Ernie Harwell Bailey Goss
10/16/55 Rams-Packers 2:30 Not televised
11/20/55 49ers-Packers 2:30 ABC Pacific Bob Fouts Frankie Albert
10/14/56 Colts-Packers 3:00 CBS Chuck Thompson (BAL)
Ray Scott (GB)
Bailey Goss (BAL)
Jerry Dunphy (GB)
10/21/56 Rams-Packers 3:00 CBS Bob Kelley (LA)
Ray Scott (GB)
Bill Symes (LA)
Jerry Dunphy (GB)
11/4/56 Browns-Packers 2:00 SNI Ken Coleman (CLE) Otto Graham (CLE)
10/13/57 Colts-Packers 3:00 CBS Chuck Thompson (BAL)
Ray Scott (GB)
Bailey Goss (BAL)
Johnny Lujack (GB)
10/20/57 49ers-Packers 2:00 CBS Tom Harmon (SF)
Ray Scott (GB)
Fred Gehrke (SF)
Johnny Lujack (GB)
11/17/57 Rams-Packers 2:00 CBS Bob Kelley (LA) Gil Stratton (LA)
10/12/58 Colts-Packers 2:00 CBS Chuck Thompson (BAL)
Ray Scott (GB)
Bailey Goss (BAL)
George Connor (GB)
11/23/58 49ers-Packers 2:00 CBS Tom Harmon (SF)
Ray Scott (GB)

George Connor (GB)
10/18/59 Rams-Packers 3:00 CBS Bob Kelley
Ray Scott (GB)
Elroy Hirsch (LA)
Tony Canadeo (GB)
11/15/59 Colts-Packers 2:00 CBS Chuck Thompson (BAL)
Ray Scott (GB)
Bailey Goss (BAL)
Tony Canadeo (GB)

1980s[edit]

Date Teams Time (EST) Network Play-by-play Color commentators
9/14/80 Lions-Packers 2 CBS Frank Glieber Roger Staubach
9/28/80 Cowboys-Packers 1 CBS Lindsey Nelson Sonny Jurgensen
11/9/80 49ers-Packers 2 CBS Lindsey Nelson Sonny Jurgensen
11/30/80 Buccaneers-Packers 2 CBS Tim Ryan Johnny Morris
9/27/81 Vikings-Packers 2 CBS Gary Bender John Dockery
10/18/81 49ers-Packers 1 CBS Tim Ryan Johnny Morris
11/8/81 Giants-Packers 1 CBS Pat Summerall John Madden
9/12/82 Rams-Packers 1 CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
11/21/82 Vikings-Packers 1 CBS Frank Glieber Joe Greene
12/5/82 Bills-Packers 1 NBC Bob Costas Bob Trumpy
9/18/83 Rams-Packers 1 CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
11/6/83 Browns-Packers 1 NBC Phil Stone Bob Chandler
11/20/83 Lions-Packers 1 CBS Tom Brookshier Charlie Waters
11/11/84 Vikings-Packers 1 CBS Jim Hill John Dockery
11/18/84 Rams-Packers 1 CBS Frank Glieber Dick Vermeil
9/22/85 Jets-Packers 4 NBC Marv Albert Bob Griese
10/13/85 Vikings-Packers 1 CBS Tim Ryan Johnny Morris
11/17/85 Saints-Packers 1 CBS Dick Stockton Wayne Walker
10/5/86 Bengals-Packers 1 NBC Len Berman Reggie Rucker
10/26/86 49ers-Packers 1 CBS Dick Stockton Dan Dierdorf
11/16/86 Buccaneers-Packers 1 CBS Wayne Walker Johnny Morris
9/20/87 Broncos-Packers 1 NBC Charlie Jones Jimmy Cefalo
11/1/87 Buccaneers-Packers 1 CBS James Brown Dan Jiggetts
12/13/87 Vikings-Packers 1 CBS Tim Ryan Joe Theismann
10/9/88 Patriots-Packers 1 NBC Curt Gowdy Jerry Kramer
10/23/88 Redskins-Packers 4 CBS Dick Stockton Dan Fouts
11/22/88 Lions-Packers 1 CBS James Brown Gary Fencik
10/1/89 Falcons-Packers 1 CBS Tim Ryan Randy Cross
10/29/89 Lions-Packers 1 CBS Tim Ryan Randy Cross
11/26/89 Vikings-Packers 1 CBS Verne Lundquist Terry Bradshaw

1990s[edit]

Date Teams Time (EST) Network Play-by-play Color commentators
10/28/90 Vikings-Packers 1 CBS Dick Stockton Merlin Olsen
11/25/90 Buccaneers-Packers 1 CBS Tim Ryan Irv Cross
12/9/90 Seahawks-Packers 1 NBC Joel Meyers Ahmad Rashād
10/6/91 Cowboys-Packers 1 CBS James Brown Randy Cross
11/10/91 Bills-Packers 1 NBC Marv Albert Paul Maguire
11/24/91 Colts-Packers 1 NBC Mel Proctor Jim Laslavic
11/15/92 Eagles-Packers 1 CBS James Brown George Starke
11/29/92 Buccaneers-Packers 1 CBS Jim Nantz Hank Stram
12/6/92 Lions-Packers 1 CBS Tim Ryan Matt Millen
9/5/93 Rams-Packers 1 CBS James Brown Dan Jiggetts
11/21/93 Lions-Packers 1 CBS Dick Stockton Randy Cross
12/19/93 Vikings-Packers 1 CBS Jim Nantz Randy Cross
11/6/94 Lions-Packers 1 FOX Thom Brennaman Anthony Muñoz
12/18/94 Falcons-Packers 1 FOX Joe Buck Tim Green

See also[edit]

  • List of Green Bay Packers broadcasters

References[edit]

  1. Silverstein, Tome (October 13, 1994). "Pack won't be back". Milwaukee Sentinel. p. 1A.
  2. Christl, Cliff (October 13, 1994). "Green and golden years: Marriage with city spanned seven decades". Milwaukee Journal. p. C1.
  3. "Other Homes of the Packers, 1919-94". Packers.com. Archived from the original on November 9, 2013. Retrieved November 9, 2013. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. Packers.com. Lambeau Field. Retrieved on October 17, 2011.


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