Green Bay Packers

It can be an exciting time when you set about betting on NFL and American Football matches, and before and during the season there are going to be no ends of betting opportunities being made available to you if you do enjoy both watching and betting on the sport!

To help you get your head around the many betting opportunities that will be on offer to you on the Green Bay Packers, I have compiled this guide that will reveal several facts and figures about that NFL team and will then take a look at what betting opportunities you will have available to you if you fancy betting on them any time soon.

Before I do look at those plethora of betting opportunities, I wish to point out that the Green Bay Packers play in the North Division of the National Football Conference and they are based on Green Bay, Wisconsin and play at the Lambeau Field which has a huge capacity of some 81,441 spectators.

The Green Bay Packers play in the team colours of dark green, gold, white and you will always hear their fans singing along to their fight song which is Go! You Packers Go! The owner of the team is the Green Bay Packers, Inc and the current head coach at the time of me putting together this guide was Matt LaFleur.

As for just which places have been the home field of the Green Bay Packers over the years, the first home field they used was the Hagemeister Park, then they played their home games at the Bellevue Park, followed by the City Stadium, Borchert Field, Wisconsin State Fair Park, the Marquette Stadium then the Milwaukee County Stadium, and they are now calling the Lambeau Field their home field.

Green Bay Packers NFC Championship Betting

It will be your decision to make as to whether you do fancy placing a bet on any team to win the NFC Championship in the season ahead, but never underestimate the value that can be had by placing such bets early, and by early I mean before the season actually starts!

The odds that are available on all teams will be listed on the futures betting markets at many different online and mobile sportsbooks, and one thing you will not fail to notice is just how high those odds can and will be before the season starts.

It does of course go without saying that those odds on the teams that then go on to win plenty of matches in the NFC during the season will drop and will possibly never be as high as they were when being offered on the futures betting markets before the NFC season began.

As for the odds that are readily available on the Green Bay Packers winning the NFC Championship this season, well if you get your stakes on and pace your bets quickly you should find more than enough betting sites offering odds of around the 8/1 mark on them doing so.

But please do spend some time looking over any of our featured and top rated and approved online and mobile sportsbooks, such as Intertops, for you are going to be very impressed by just how many additional American Football betting markets that betting site will be offering you.

Green Bay Packers Superbowl LIV Odds

One aspect of betting on any teams you think have the skills and abilities of winning the Superbowl, is that all betting sites are going to be offering you odds on them doing so, and often as soon as the previous Superbowl finished!

There may be plenty of you out there that are of the mind that the Superbowl LIV is going to be won by the Green Bay Packers, and may be prepared to take your chances betting on them before the season begins, and if so then you will find some decent odds coming your way.

As for just what odds are readily available on the Green Bay Packers winning the very next Superbowl that of course being the Superbowl LIV, well plenty of such sites are offering their customers odds of around 16/1.

But by backing that team each-way your two part bet which is exactly what an each-way bet is will see you being paid out at the full odds if they win, and the other part of that bet will see you being paid out if they make it to the Superbowl final and win or lose that match at around on half of the win odds, dependent on the each-way terms at the betting site you place an each-way bet at!