GREEN BAY – Another year, another report of record revenue for the Green Bay Packers.
The NFL’s smallest-market team said Wednesday that revenue for the fiscal year ending March 31 totaled $441.4 million, 8 percent more than 2015-16’s record $408.7 million. The team’s revenue has increased in every year since Lambeau Field was renovated in 2003.
An increase in national television revenue, tickets price increases, sponsorships and Packers Pro Shop sales drove revenue higher.
“It’s similar to the last few years, but that’s a good thing,” said Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy. “Eight straight years in the playoffs and the fan support we have is crucial to our success.”