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Green Bay Packers Playoff History

Based out of Wisconsin, the Green Bay Packers are one of the oldest and most successful teams in NFL history. With 35 playoff appearances, the Packers have the most number of playoff appearances in the history of the league (tied with the Dallas Cowboys).



In the last 20 years (since 2000) the Packers have made it to the playoffs an impressive 16 times. The Super Bowl trophy is named after the great Packers coach Vince Lombardi who led the Packers to consecutive Conference Championships from 1960 to 1967. During this period the Green bay Packers also won two Super Bowls (1966 and 1967). The Packers have yet again secured a spot in the playoffs by clinching 1st place in the NFC North Division in the 2021-22 season.


Green Bay Packers Playoff Appearances by Year



2021- Yet to play the playoff rounds. Got a bye for the Wildcard round as Champions of NFC North Division.


2020- Lost Conference Championship to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 26-31


2019- Lost Conference Championship to the San Francisco 49ers 20-37


2016- Lost Conference Championship 21-44 to the Atlanta Falcons


2015- Lost Divisional round 20-26 to the Arizona Cardinals


2014- Lost Conference Championship 22-28 to the Seattle Seahawks in overtime


2013- Lost the Wild Card round 20-23 to the San Francisco 49ers


2012- Lost to the San Francisco 49ers 31-45 in the Divisional round


2011- Lost the Divisional round to the New York Giants (20-37)


2010- Won the Super Bowl by defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers (31-25)


2009 - Lost to Arizona Cardinals in the Wild Card round (45-51)


2007- Lost the Conference Championship to the new York Giants during overtime (20-23)


2004- Lost the Wild Card round to the Minnesota Vikings (17-31)


2003- Lost the Divisional round to the Philadelphia Eagles 17-20 during overtime


2002- Lost 7-27 to the Atlanta Falcons in the Wild Card round


2001 - Lost 17-45 in the Divisional round to the St. Louis Rams (now known as L.A. Rams)


1998 -Lost the Wild Card round to the San Francisco 49ers (27-30)


1997- Lost the Super Bowl 24-31 to the Denver Broncos


1996- Won the Super Bowl by defeating New England Patriots (35-21)


1995- Lost the Conference Championship to the Dallas Cowboys (27-38)


1994- Lost the Divisional round 9-35 to the Dallas Cowboys


1993- Lost Divisional round 17-27 to the Dallas Cowboys


1982- Lost the Divisional round 26-37 to the Dallas Cowboys


1972- Lost the Divisional round 3-16 to the Washington Redskins (now known as Washington Football Team)


1967- Won the Super Bowl 33-14 by defeating the Oakland Raiders (now known as Las Vegas Raiders)


1966- Won the Super Bowl by defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10


1965- Won the NFL Championship against the Cleveland Browns (23-12)


1962- Won the NFL Championship against the New York Giants (16-7)


1961- Won the NFL Championship by defeating the New York Giants with a blowout (37-0)


1960 -Lost the NFL Championship to the Philadelphia Eagles (13-17)


1944- Won the NFL Championship against the New York Giants (14-7)


1941- Lost the Divisional round to the Chicago Bears (14-33)


1939- Won the NFL Championship against the New York Giants (27-0)


1938- Lost the NFL Championship to the New York Giants (17-23)


1936- Won the NFL Championship 21-6 against the Boston Redskins (now known as the Washington Football team)


Playoff Games Won by Green Bay Packers


The Green bay Packers have a playoff record of 36 wins and 24 losses.

Wins in Wild Card Round- 10

Wins in Divisional Round- 11

Wins in Conference Championship- 5

Super Bowl Wins- 5

NFL Championship wins (pre-1966 AFL-NFL merger)- 6


How many playoff games has Aaron Rodgers played at the Lambeau Field?



The most prominent name from among the current Green Bay Packers team is that of Aaron Rodgers. Drafted by the Packers during Round 1 in 2005, the quarterback has been heavily influential for the team. Rodgers spent his first two seasons as a backup for the Packers star quarterback Brett Favre and carried on his legacy. Still playing for the Packers, Rodgers has been an important part of the 12 playoffs that the Packers made (since 2005). Out of the 21 playoff games played by Aaron Rodgers, he played 9 of them in the Lambeau Field.


Rodgers has the record for the most consecutive seasons with a passing rate of over 100.0 (2009-14). He has been the NFL MVP in 2011, 2014 and 2020 and led the Packers to their last Super Bowl win in 2010.


How many times have the Green Bay Packers made the playoffs with Bart Starr, Forrest Gregg and Ray Nitschke?


Bart Starr (quarterback), Forest Gregg (offensive tackler), and Ray Nitschke (linebacker) are Packers legends and NFL Hall of Famers. Playing under the one and only Vince Lombardi, these three players led the Packers to their glory years (the 1960s). These players were part of the Packers team that won the Super Bowl I. Let us take a look at the playoff games which featured Bart Starr, Forrest Gregg and Ray Nitschke together:


WeekDate OpponentPoints Scored Points AllowedStadium
1960 Playoffs- NFL ChampionshipDec 26, 1960Philadelphia Eagles1317Franklin Field, Pennsylvania
1961 Playoffs- NFL Championship Dec 31, 1961New York Giants370City Stadium, Wisconsin
1962 Playoffs- NFL Championship Dec 30, 1962 New York Giants167Yankee Stadium, New York
1965 Playoffs- Divisional RoundDec 26, 1965Baltimore Colts1310Lambeau Field, Wisconsin
1965 Playoffs- NFL Championship Jan 2, 1966Cleveland Browns2312Lambeau Field, Wisconsin
1966 Playoffs- Conference ChampionshipJan 1, 1967Dallas Cowboys3427Cotton Bowl, Texas
1966 Playoffs- NFL Super BowlJan 15, 1967Kansas City Chiefs3510L.A. Memorial Coliseum, California
1967 Playoffs- Divisional roundDec 23, 1967L.A. Rams287Milwuakee Country Stadium, Wisconsin
1967 Playoffs- Conference ChampionshipDec 31, 1967Dallas Cowboys2117Lambeau Field, Wisconsin
1967 Playoffs- NFL Super Bowl Jan 14, 1968Oakland Raiders3314Miami Orange Bowl, Florida


Green Bay Packers Championships and Rings Won



The Green Bay Packers have the highest number of Championship Rings (13).

They have won 9 NFL Championships and 4 Super Bowls.


1929 (NFL Championship)

1930 (NFL Championship)

1931 (NFL Championship)

1936 (NFL Championship)

1939 (NFL Championship)

1944 (NFL Championship)

1961 (NFLChampionship)

1962 (NFL Championship)

1965 (NFL Championship)

1966 (Super Bowl I)

1967 (Super Bowl II)

1996 (Super Bowl XXXI)

2010 (Super Bowl XLV)


Green Bay Packers Playoff Stats


Total Playoff games played: 60


Overall Playoff record (wins-losses): 36-24


Total Super Bowls won: 4 (5 appearances)


NFL Championships Won: 13


All-time Passing Leader: Brett Favre 5,377/8,754, 61,655 yds, 442 TD


All-time Rushing Leader: Ahman Green 1,851 att, 8,322 yds, 54 TD


All-time Receiving Leader: Donald Driver 743 rec, 10,137 yds, 61 TD


All-time Scoring Leader: Mason Crosby 1,802 points


All-time AV Leader: Brett Favre 226 AV


Winningest Coach: Curly Lambeau 209-104-21


Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Stats



Total Super Bowl Appearances: 5


Super Bowls Won: 4


Super Bowl Winning Seasons: 1966, 1967, 1996, 2010


Most Scoring Super Bowl Win: 35-10 win against the Kansas City Chiefs in 1966 Super Bowl


Lowest Scoring Super Bowl Loss: 31-24 loss to Denver Broncos in the 1998 Super Bowl


Also check out:

Chicago Bears Playoff History, Appearances, Wins and more

Philadelphia Eagles Playoff History, Appearances, Wins and more

San Francisco 49ers Playoff History, Appearances, Wins and more

Seattle Seahawks Playoff History, Appearances, Wins and more

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Playoff History, Appearances, Wins and more

Cleveland Browns Playoff History, Appearances, Wins and more

Las Vegas Riders Playoff History, Appearances, Wins and more

Buffalo Bills Playoff History, Appearances, Wins and more

New Orleans Saints Playoff History, Appearances, Wins and more

Baltimore Ravens Playoff History, Appearances, Wins and more


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