The Green Bay Packers and Arizona Cardinals officially kicked off the 2018 NFL with the week 13 Game Sunday. NFL – Follow the American Football match between Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers live with American football. The match starts at 1:00 p.m. on 2 December 2018. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen. All Week-13 games will be broadcast on FOX, except for the NFL game, which will be shown on FOX.

Packers vs Cardinals: How to Watch NFL Week Games The Green Bay Packers remain men down on offense, as they prepare to take on the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13 of NFL action on Sunday.

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Arizona Cardinals vs. Green Bay Packers

The Cardinals and Packers are two of the NFL’s oldest teams. The Cardinals joined the NFL in 1920, and the Packers followed a year later in 1921. The two teams are not division rivals, but recent playoff games have ignited interest in the matchup between them.

The Packers have had two of the best quarterbacks in football over the past 25 years. Brett Favre was the Packers’ QB between 1992 and 2007 and led the Packers to a Super Bowl victory in 1996. In 2008, after Favre’s first retirement and eventual trade to the Jets, rookie Aaron Rodgers took over for the Packers and has been the QB in Green Bay ever since. Rodgers led the Packers to a Super Bowl win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2010.

The highest-profile Cardinal is the ageless wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, who is still going strong with the team at age 34. Fitzgerald holds franchise records for the Cardinals in almost every major receiving category, including receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns. Fitzgerald would also become the playoff hero for the Cardinals in their 2016 matchup against Green Bay in the NFC Divisional game.

How to Watch Packers Games Online Without Cable [2018]

Last year marked the first losing season for the Green Bay Packers in a decade, but with Aaron Rodgers healthy and key additions such as Jimmy Graham and Muhammad Wilkerson in the offseason, the Pack figure to immediately resume being a double-digit win team again in 2018.

Packers games this season will be broadcast on either Fox (9 games–select markets), CBS (2 games–select markets), NBC (3 games–nationally televised), ESPN (1 game–nationally televised) or NFL Network (1 game–nationally televised). You can scroll down for the complete schedule, while a weekly coverage map to see if the game is broadcast in your area can be found here.

If you don’t have cable, you can watch a live stream of all in-market and nationally televised Packers games on your computer, phone or streaming device via one of the following services:

Hulu With Live TV: Includes Fox, CBS (not in Green Bay), NBC, ESPN, 50 total channels, 50 hours of cloud DVR, and Hulu’s complete library of TV shows and movies.

FuboTV: Includes Fox (some games available in 4K), CBS (not in Green Bay), NBC, NFL Network, 85 total channels, 30 hours of cloud DVR, and ability to watch games on-demand up to three days after they air even if you didn’t DVR them.

Amazon Prime: Those in Green Bay can watch the CBS games with a subscription to Amazon Prime and the Amazon CBS Channel.

Sling TV: Includes Fox, NBC, ESPN, NFL Network, 40-plus channels, and 50 hours of cloud DVR (not included in the base package but available as an add-on).

For out of market games, you may be able to watch via NFL Sunday Ticket.

Historic Cardinals vs. Packers Games

The following is a list of all regular season and postseason games played between the Green Bay Packers and Arizona Cardinals. The two teams have met each other 74 times (including 3 postseason games), with the Green Bay Packers winning 45 games and the Arizona Cardinals winning 25 games. They have also tied 4 times.

“The Craziest Playoff Game of the Century”: This matchup from the 2016 playoffs is famous for its roller coaster ending: you couldn’t count either team out of the game until the very end. The Cardinals took a late lead in the game when a pass bounced off a Packers defender and into the arms of receiver Michael Floyd. The Packers got the ball back, but the Cardinals defense forced them into a 4th and 20 situation. QB Aaron Rodgers scrambled and made a huge throw downfield to Jeff Janis, and the Packers converted on the 60 yard reception. With five seconds left and down by a touchdown, Rodgers threw a perfect Hail Mary pass to the end zone, and the Packers tied the game and forced overtime.

But the OT period was all Cardinals. Larry Fitzgerald caught a pass on the first play of overtime and took the ball all the way to the Packers’ 5 yard line. Fitzgerald ultimately scored the game winning touchdown on a shovel pass from Carson Palmer.

When do the Cardinals and Packers play each other?

The Cardinals and Packers both play in the NFC, but they play in different divisions. The Cardinals play in the NFC West Division, and the Packers play in the North. The NFL uses a complicated rotating schedule to determine non-divisional matchups. In short, this means that the Cardinals and Packers won’t play each other in the regular season each year. There is, however, always the possibility the two teams will meet in the playoffs.

The Packers have a vast fan-base despite their small market (Green Bay’s population is just 105,139). They play at historic Lambeau Field. The Cardinals play at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Green Bay Packers vs Arizona Cardinals Tickets

Lambeau Field Ticket Information – Green Bay Packers

Review the subsequent seating information to choose the best Packers vs. Cardinals tickets for the Lambeau Field contest on December 2, 2018.

Lambeau Seating Guide

Lower Sideline tickets offer the best sightlines at Lambeau. Located between each 20-yard line in Sections 115-124, Lower Sideline these seats give fans an unparalleled view.

Lower End Zone seats put you in prime position to be on the receiving end of the Lambeau Leap! Positioned in Sections 100-108 and 131-138, Lower End Zone tickets offer a unique vantage point of the play on the field.

Fans looking for an affordable option to get into the stadium for the Packers game should look for tickets in the upper deck behind the north end zone. Spanning even-numbered sections 670-694, Lambeau Field upper deck tickets feature a bird’s-eye view of the play on the field.

Lambeau Field Suites

Lambeau Field offers three high-end suites when the Packers face the Arizona Cardinals. The Super Suite, Legends Suite, and Champions Suite each provide top-notch amenities and a great line-of-sight for the game. Each suite comes with three or more flat screen TVs, air conditioning, and exclusive access to the Club Level when the Arizona Cardinals head to Lambeau.

Club Level tickets offer a superior view of the game. Temperature-controlled indoor area includes comfortable extra wide seats and flat screen televisions for the Cardinals game. The outdoor seats come complete with armrests and cup holders.

Lambeau Field Gate Times

Lambeau Field welcomes football fans into the stadium exactly two hours before the Packers and Cardinals kickoff in Green Bay.

Lambeau Field Handicap Seating

Green Bay Packers handicap tickets and companion seating are offered within Lambeau Field. Contact a Vivid Seats sales specialist for specifics about the Lambeau Field’s handicap seating.