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The Green Bay Packers are Wisconsin's NFL team, founded in 1919. They hold the record for most NFL championships with 13, including four Super Bowl titles. They compete in the NFC North Division.

They play at the recently renovated Lambeau Field, named after founder Curly Lambeau. Want tickets? Stand in line, since there is a 35-year waiting list with more than 70,000 fans already in front of you.

The Packers are also the only non-profit, community-owned major league pro sports franchise in the United States. About 5 million shares are owned by approximately 112,000 stockholders -- none of whom receive any dividends.


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