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This being told, I love Germany and love the list above. Really, nott everyone wants to live in Berlin. There is even a quite famous song: It is right, Berlin is a big part of Germany and paradoxically it is not like the rest of Germany.
I live in Bavaria, Munich actually. I love Munich and Berlin for very different reasons. I would live in Berlin in a heartbeat.
What a shame your parents never taught you manners. No one has to love Berlin or has to want to live in Berlin — but to say everyone hates Berlin is just wrong.
I am happy being in Berlin but I guess you can find your peace anywhere. In Germany in any city and in the rest of the world in any city, as well.
And, KatLou — I guess, some people of today just forget about their parent-teached manners. I hate Berlin and tell Tourists not to go lol.
A native Stuttgarter I can totally agree with this list. Frankfurt is the most international city in Germany. I think what your suggesting is silly since there are Ausländer everywhere.
Ist doch immer super zu sehen das ein paar mal Urlaub in unserer Heimat machten und dann behaupten sie wuerden uns kennen. Zudem sollte es extra für Dich einen neuen Passus geben: I been born and raised in Berlin third Generation that is true but only when the condition allow it I never saw somebody went in in flip-flop to a concert etc if you never on time I wonder how you can keep a job Smile.
Oh Olivia, this is brilliant. I laughed out loud. They are also always racing at least one other kid somewhere on said scooter.
Somehow they enjoy showering in an open tub, in a cold room and are able to keep the rest of the bathroom dry. It does the same to me, and besides, IMHO it looks just plain silly.
My German wife says this all the time. Viruses cause illnesses, wet and cold causes hypothermia. My husband American just wants to dry off in the sun, I need to get a dry swimsuit on.
Regarding sleeping while the window is open: My husband is from Chile, he cannot stand it. I was shocked when I first went out here! Overrated real estate prices?
Shall I go on? AHEM some of us have pretty decent taste! I have no doubt some of you have fantastic taste!
Have you spent any time in Brooklyn or Portland? People are so into it, they make it at home, write magazines about it, buy growlers, grab an empty table and then lament on the goodness of the beer.
I think the States is a little bit like Australia with beer, perhaps. Gets a bad rap courtesy of a couple of beers Fosters for us but there is actually a huge passion for the stuff and pockets of real beer culture all over the country.
Maybe educate yourself about the craft beer revolution which has been going on for 30 years. German beer is quite boring in comparison.
To which German beer brands do you have access? Yeah, those beers are quite a dissappointment, even to Germans. But what other brands are we talking about here?
Frank the frank hat recht! Franken has many, many little breweries that are relatively unknown. One of my favorites was the Kommunalbier in Neuhaus near Nürnberg.
There are some true beer lovers here in the US. I look forward to the day when I go back to Germany, and sit down to have a delicious beer.
The beer I had when I was in Germany was the most delicious beer I have ever tasted. I do enjoy talking about beer as well. Hahaha, you are the perfect example of American beer lovers!
But just by virtue of living here, I have learnt more and tried more. I am not really a beer drinker, prefer good wine and am very annoyed that almost all German Riesling in the US are sweet.
If I want sweet I will eat Lindt chocolats. I love German dry Riesling — but unfortunately the Germans keep it all to themselves.
I have looked all over for it in the US, but will have to wait until I go back to Germany to drink it again!
Thongs with socks…how can anyone walk in thongs with socks on? Anyway, unheard off when I was living in Germany which was till Touche, Incredibly accurate, well mostly.
I have two very good German friends 1 in Munster and you pretty much nailed it. Thanks Phil — I have a bit of fun with this one, to be fair, poor Germans haha.
They consider them beach shoes, not street shoes. I am German but not very traditional and some things I can not gt myself!!
Yes, beer is a great favorite in Germany. Sadly, folksy entertainment seems to have faded away my observation from about 20 years ago.
Regarding public rest rooms, the only one I ever used that was not as it should have been was at a border crossing point. Using the rest room at the Munich zoo was one of my most memorable experiences.
I turned my head upon feeling something brush against my shoe and saw an older woman mopping the floor. I accepted it as a part of the culture and simply went on with what I was doing.
I agree with you about the sport clothing. I can also explain wearing socks with sandals. I wear socks with sandals and clogs in the USA.
Your feet sweat a lot even when you wear sandals or clogs and wearing socks helps it keep the odor down. I also wear low cut socks with tennis shoes.
More of them ought to socks. I showed this to my partner who is German Canadian. He immigrated to Canada after WWII as a little boy, but has gone back several times to visit relatives, etc.
I totally agree about sweets, bakeries and breads for Germans. His mother was formally trained in pastry-making and hence, she made fantastic, multi-layered tortes, kugelhof, etc.
And yes, dearie agrees that the precision of German language is not as easily conducive to small talk as other languages.
Yes, I agree that German culture fosters precision, punctuality, pragmatism and direct verbal expression to achieve something.
I worked for a German company in Canada and we had ex-pats from German working for the firm. I also supervised some Germans, who were all those adjectives but nice folks.
I was in Munich in my 20s. Walking down the street one day I had to part a crowd of people approaching me. I had this odd sense of coming home. I had never felt anything like it.
Never been the shortest woman in the room. I was tickled and awed by me own sense of small. I would like to report re 58, Germans have finally made it to be trend-setters on the fashion front this spring… I am seeing socks in sandals everywhere, it is not a trend I will be following but Forever 21 has it.
Germans are officially trendy. I have also live in Germany and witnessed much of it first-hand! Thanks for the giggle! I really enjoyed this list of Germanic behaviour.
Hi, I nominated your blog for a very inspiring Blog award: Your last point confuses me. Thank you so very much.
I loved Münster and hope to go back there one day — or back to that part of Germany, anyway. The water at my house is kinda hard, sadly.
But I drink it sometimes. Also most people not me prefer sparkling water. But I did notice, up North, the water was terribly kalky — we had to de-kalk every few weeks.
As you can see: Germans have regulations for everything. Something you could put on your list, for a friend the typical German has a last very important rule: Greetings from Hannover, capital city of the federal state of Niedersachsen!
I was just in Germany a week ago! I loved eating it! I think I want to live there someday!! I was wondering about the bike riding abilities when I first read the post by Liv, and I am still struggling…what do you mean in detail when it comes to bike riding skills?
I thought we ride bikes like everyone else would do!!! Well, it is more the huge acceptance and love of cycling.
D But if u see a bike, its always a good one though! But we do drink tap water, often filtered, and water comes free at restaurants, and bartenders are legally obliged to give you free glasses of water.
Thats true, the infrastructure especially for bike riders is almost perfect in big german cities!
Then you might have not been to the Netherlands before. Their caring for cycling is unheard of. It is a waste of time and Germans do not like wasting time.
I came across your post and blog via überlin and my German countrymen constantly liking it on facebook. Your point about the sense of humour was spot on.
In Britain and I suspect elsewhere the stereotype of Germans is that they are a humourless race. And I love it.
Germans tend to be much more serious than English people, or anglo-saxons but they are surely not humorless.
Germans, as a tendency, believe that there is a time for everything and take work much more serious than people in the UK…as a tendency as I was told by a few people who lived there.
Germans try to do their work, then go home and have fun. English people should watch the German TV shows and the audience, then they will see they are not bone-dry or even humorless.
You cannot have a German friend without ending up in a conversation about WWII at some Point and the difficulty to determine which effect it still has on Germans today.
It is true, I have had many a very good and very interesting conversation, not only about the war, but also about the effects it had on future generations.
I have found, for the most part, Germans are actually very open and willing to talk about it, and hyper aware of how it drastically affected the way they are perceived by other countries.
They begun early with it, in the elementary school. The reaction from Jewish Zentralrat, was dissatrous!
Could you be proud of a folk wo have murdered lots of poeple etc.. An most of the Kids where very, very confused what they have done wrong.
So, sey we are sick about it, we dont understand the english peoples disturbing fascination WWII? Hahaha, this list is SO true.
I would disagree with 21 and 78 though. Flip-Flops und verkrumpelte Füsse — würg! Love your post, many points are so true.
Additionally, as a german i can say that we are a very pessimistic, although there is no need for it.
I burst out laughing more than once or twice. I agree with most if it, especially the bank thing. Just recently my banker pestered me weekly to come in and confirm my situation I own shares, so apparently they wanna hold client contact.
So i finally went on my week off. If they could just shift their hours maybe hours, everyone would be happy. But then again they would be home late and that would be unacceptable.
Like some people already wrote, I cannot agree with you on Hasslehoff. Absolutely no one talks or even thinks about him. And even if we do, you can almost be sure we are drinking and making fun of baywatch.
In addition we apparently harbor Michael Jackson, John F. Kennedy and a few others in our non-existent underground Lab. Maybe in private at first!!
For some habits a view from the ouside is necessary. Greetings from Münster, Piusallee, first floor, right. I found out about the Germans inability to Que the hard way when trying to board the bus!
In England it was common practice to stand up well before the bus reached the bus stop! Well, Germans on a public transportation are just horrible.
So glad when I can afford my own car ;D. Actually Dinner for one is a production of the northern german television and Miss Sophies Birthday is on Dec.
This list is great. It had me giggling the whole way through, everything is sooo true! Ahhhhhh yes, I am familiar with mett. Mett is a thing you can only love or hate.
It used to be called Tartar, Metwurst is something different, or at least it used to be a spreadable sausage. I really love this list!
I agree with most comments except I do not all the cheese-sauces. Maybe it is because I am a tomato-sauce fan! They have made me aware of many of those things on the list, which the average German would not notice or even question.
I have got to like the more American-relaxed-way, especially when it comes to clothing. Honor the Sunday, it is Church-Day!
Well, to whom, these days? The majority of Germans are not religious anymore. Often I get into a conflict about certain traditions and parts of the mentality here…especially when it comes to dependability because it can put a lot of pressure on a person but on the other hand make one feel rather secure!
Depending on the circumstances. I just remembered I once had a staring duel with a stranger on the bus. Our eyes crossed and we kinda started staring at each other grumpily until he cracked and then we both started laughing.
So, maybe we have to take the staring thing with more humor! It was the first time my German boyfriend really saw how much Germans stare.
The staring thing is just — not polite — and, by the way, it is done all over the world, just not so obviously. Maybe its just our way of small talk?
I love your blog — you are so true! You obviously had your fun her — and thats the best of it.
Have you ever read Oh these English by George Mikes? And do certainly know Billy Brysons books. To me, you are in the best society you ever could think of.
May I hug you? I do stare, too — but mostly with a hopefully humorous or earnest or apriciatory resp. I this small talk?
I do love Bill Bryson, I actually started reading him quite late, when I was laid up in hospital and his was the only book around.
Several months after reading this for the first time, it still cheers me up. Back in boring old England now and these little snippets of German life are just what I need!
You have undoubtedly scanned this old hat: Oh I get, I think. You lot must be in cahoots. What else could be done? Too many ideas, too little time, or money, either way, time is money, or is it the other way round ;.
The list is endless. I am a German living in the USA for the past 21 years. And i do agree German Beer is fantastic!!!. I drink Wahrsteiner dunkel i did while living in Germany and i drink it over here.
There is no drinking Tapwater for me over here or back home in Germany. I love this post a friend shared it on Facebook.
Thank you for this laugh-out-loud article! As a laid-back American, married for two years to a no-nonsense, non flipflop appreciating German, I have cried in frustration more that laughed in sheer joy since I moved to Germany.
You are so welcome! An illustrated e book with 20 more points is due out soon, keep your eyes peeled! My very German traits are often misunderstood here in the States, and even have caused my much younger and un-worldy boss to fire me, but I would not change it for anything.
Thanks for a very accurate, humorous, tolerant and caring depiction of the people and customs in my native country.
Whereabouts in Greece do you live? And it is true, we must never forget those roots mine are still in the red soil of home. I live in Athens, happily married to a Greek for 22 years, I do enjoy reading your blog very much and when you come back to Greece with SG please let me know!
You are so welcome. When I grew up in Germany, I specifically remember my English teacher telling us that the British can queue really well!
So I heard that exact point the other way around. I have also printed it and will give it to my American wife to read, so she can understand my idiosyncrasies even better.
I have a drop of that British blood in me, so I appreciate a nice queue in a shop or in front of an information desk.
The Germans just stride on in and up to the desk and order. It drives me crazy! So glad you enjoyed the list, and thank you for sharing and commenting.
I push now too! And if a damn kasse opens up next door, and I am halfway down the line, I run to that kasse and get there first!
It is so horrible and something you would get slammed for doing back home, but you gotta do what you gotta do! Me and the kind stranger. Only two things missing for me: They do not like noise, very true.
Your list was the main topic today at work. Thank you for portraying us in such a positive manner. Most of whose points are really true, especially about small talk, beer, cars, weather and Deutsche Bahn!
Its so funny AND true! Two weeks ago i travelled with 3 friends through scotland. We visited a castle an had to buy a ticket.
There were 2 queues and when it was our turn we order one after another our tickets fast, as always. Its normal for us, but the ticketseller shook his head and smiled.
And most of it is so true! And after living for over 10 years in the US, I have to say that the we Germans are the 2nd rudest people! Most of my friends say that the American way of greeting is false, but what is so bad about asking someone how they are and wishing them a great day with a smile?
Or help a mother in a bus with her stroller? And you can even buy it mixed with raw beef! And I do miss the German bread and rolls! Hurrah, thrilled you love it.
But I genuinely think you guys celebrate him completely wickedly and not at all seriously. After moving from Germany to the United States, I had the same issue with both for a long time.
I am german and I had a good laugh when I read this post. As a matter of fact it made me kind of home sick. I live in the US now and while I do not agree with all points I think you are spot on with others.
And it is true I used to love to put Banana Juice into my beer lol. There are so many funny german comedians these days but I guess a lot of the humor gets lost in translation.
A German would never mix the Hausschuhe with the Gartenschuhe. We have a pair of each. I am a chronic dancer. I have been living in Freiburg for 3 years and good dancers are almost extinct species, unless you go to a special course.
And even there you can automatically distinguish a German from basically any foreign dancer. Is there a place in Germany where people can actually dance like for real.
I love watching TV shows like The Voice, where the audience has to dance and move — Germans have so much passion for it, but absolutely no rhythm, and my German boyfriend heartily agrees.
And it is the German dancing passion that I so appreciate. The clapping, the stamping, the jumping — you guys just get right in there! HI from fellow Antipodean in Deutschland …..
I think I have managed to only ever catch 2 episodes of that show I am a Fake German! If you do it in front of a German, it will trouble him deeply but he will probably not say anything.
I had no idea, but it makes complete sense … you guys and your cars, man oh man. Well, Land Rovers are not that common here in Germany, so my old piece of crap is a rare breed here.
Therefore it would have to be repainted and in order for it to be neat, the wohle body part would have to be re-done. Which can easily get expensive, especially on an expensive car.
Another thing I noticed while going out, is that they love Michael Jackson it seemed to be always at least one Michael Jackson song in the clubs and David Hasselhoff.
Even though, there might be a good alternative that popped out last-minute, we should stick to the plan. They love to drive fast and they do it well.
Walking around the park, my friends did not let me cut an apple from a tree because the apple tree is from the government, they were afraid it was not legal?
And this is also not a problem in mixed Saunas. And in several occassions I saw a lot of very drunken Germans at 3am, buying tickets to get the ubhan home when they could easily just drive without paying ….
Yes, Germans and cheesy songs! My American wife is really amused by that. In fact, the first time I took her to Germany, she got to watch the Eurovision song contest.
Talk about cheesy songs! Another point to add: Germans take the Eurovision song contest very very seriously. She is quite open-minded when it comes to that, especially for an American, but that made even her blush.
Of course the acceptance of nudity on German TV is on the list. Classic German TV, bit of a nudity here and there at about 7pm. It always makes me laugh and I notice it because Australia is a no nude zone until after 10pm I think and all swearing is always bleeped.
German TV feels sooooo relaxed in comparison, we are such prudes! Verrrry true re Michael Jackson. I am german, living in Australia and I really found parts of myself here.
Great observation and summary. Socks and Sandals… hilarious and shocking at the same time. But the truth for many of us, especially older generations: Or by this time a Gluewein.
As a German I can say that this is pretty accurate! And the queue thing is so true. I absolutely hate it how stupid people in Germany are about this.
Wearing socks with sandals should be illegal. And hush about the DB thing! Noone must know… damn xD. However, one more thing we germans love doing is the following: Instead or in addition to greeting someone we once slowly nod our heads at each other.
Seing this almost every day. And absolutely not a trace of a smile. I really enjoyed reading this list! I as a german can relate to many of my friends or families I know when laughing about something you wrote!
Some things really depend on the part of Germany you are visiting, but a high amount of people do really like what you wrote.
I read one persons reply here, where he or she wondered that they were not allowed to get an apple from a tree, which could have been owned by the government, but a few steps away, people were allowed to be naked.
Ah, thanks for the tip, I must have been wrongly informed. Hey Foksy, thanks for your comment. Lord knows there is so much more to see and do and learn about this country, and I very much look forward to it.
Thanks again for your comment, all feedback greatly valued. My dear friend, please lighten up. This is a list of stereotypes.
As a first generation German immigrant to the U. And I would find such a list just as funny if a German wrote it about Americans it probably already exists somewhere.
For example, if that list includes that Americans like to drink beer, own guns, drive pickup trucks, and yell Yee-Hawww, it would by far not apply to every American.
Yes, true Rednecks do exist. Each country has its dark side, and I must say I am quite happy for living in Germany, it could have been worse.
You can only have a small number of jobs for artists etc. Although you are right, they do tend to keep to themselves when out in public, and more often than not, you do have to ask for help.
I have discussed before, with German friends of mine, about why Germans tend to keep to themselves unless directly approached. I remember one extreme situation on a bus, when I first got here, when a woman was hugely distressed and absolutely no one came to help her, except for one girl, after about ten minutes.
I was struck by how little everyone interacted. Obviously there are loads of people who would help and do talk to strangers, but generally, Germans do keep to themselves in public, I agree!
Oh, and driving in an air conditioned car too long will also get them sick. Germans consume alcohol in moderation, something people from binge-drinking cultures the author finds peculiar and attempts to rationalise to themselves.
Younger generations of Australians do tend to binge drink, quite like many other cultures, something we thankfully grow out of. And yes, is there any other manor of wearing sandals — socks are needed!!!
Oh ja, a Bratwurst would be great right about now — ready to go sleep just now — but would always, always have time for a Bratwurst. It is a joy observing us Germans through your eyes.
Thank you so very much, I love that it resonated with you. I can send a Bratwurst over to you, for a morning snack! For the first time in my life, I actually feel like a list has actually done us justice.
People change, nations change and your lovely posting is just so refreshing. Thank you for sharing this with us! As I was born near to Münster, living there for a few years during my time at the university and now living in Bavaria Munich I can approve almost every single point!
This is darling, hilarious, a pisser and just so true…and yes aside from Sitzfleisch and Schadenfreude, I think you have covered all the bases and then some…; Great work…great observation…keep it up!
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The remaining choice is given to the opposing captain. Before the resumption of play in the second half, the captain that did not have first choice in the first half is given first choice.
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Play stops when the ball carrier's knee, elbow, or any other body part aside from the feet and hands, is forced to the ground a tackle ; when a forward pass is not caught on the fly during a scrimmage ; when a touchdown see below or a field goal is scored; when the ball leaves the playing area by any means being carried, thrown, or fumbled out of bounds ; or when the ball carrier is in a standing position but can no longer move forwards called forward progress.
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Downs do not accumulate. If the offensive team completes 10 yards on their first play, they lose the other two downs and are granted another set of three.
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Players on the kicking team who are not onside may not approach within five yards of the ball until it has been touched by the receiving team, or by an onside teammate.
Resumption of play following a score is conducted under procedures which vary with the type of score. The game consists of two minute halves, each of which is divided into two minute quarters.
The clock counts down from Timing rules change when there are three minutes remaining in a half. A short break interval of 2 minutes occurs after the end of each quarter a longer break of 15 minutes at halftime , and the two teams then change goals.
The clock starts again when the referee determines the ball is ready for scrimmage, except for team time-outs where the clock starts at the snap , after a time count foul at the snap and kickoffs where the clock starts not at the kick but when the ball is first touched after the kick.
Januar mit einer 7: In Folge dieser Niederlage gab es einige Veränderungen bei den Packers. Mike Sherman , der bis dahin sowohl den Posten als Head Coach als auch den des General Manager ausführte, verlor unter anderem auf Grund von Kommunikationsproblemen mit etlichen Spielern zunächst den Posten als GM und wurde durch Ted Thompson ersetzt.
McCarthy war schon als Quarterback-Trainer bei den Packers. Es wurde eine der besten Spielzeiten seiner Karriere. Das Team gewann zehn der ersten elf Saisonspiele und beendete die Regular Season mit einer Bilanz von Januar auf die New York Giants.
Sein letzter Pass war eine entscheidende Interception in der Verlängerung. Im Vorfeld der Saison gab es einige wichtige Änderungen.
Im März verkündete Brett Favre unter Tränen seinen Rücktritt, überlegte es sich später aber noch einmal anders.
Rodgers, welcher von den Packers in der ersten Runde des Drafts verpflichtet wurde, spielte eine solide Saison.
Er erzielte 28 Touchdowns und warf über 4. Dennoch reichte es nur zu sechs Siegen, was vor allem an schweren Verletzungen etlicher Verteidiger lag.
Zudem wurden sieben Spiele nur mit weniger als vier Punkten Unterschied verloren. Nach der Saison wurden acht Assistenztrainer entlassen, darunter auch der bisherige Defensive Coordinator Bob Sanders.
Er wurde durch Dom Capers ersetzt. Favre führte sein Team mit drei Touchdowns zum An Spieltag 8 gewannen die Vikings auch das 2. Duell, diesmal in Green Bay, mit Nach der Partie verloren die Packers auch bei den bis dahin sieglosen Tampa Bay Buccaneers , was dazu führte, dass die Spieler eine Aussprache ohne Trainer abhielten.
Dank der Aussprache sowie der Rückkehr des bis dato verletzten Tackle Mark Tauscher gewannen die Packers sieben der letzten acht Saisonspiele und schafften mit einer Bilanz von den Einzug in die Play-offs.
Zudem wurde Charles Woodson nicht nur dank neun Interceptions zum besten Defensivspieler der Saison gewählt. Die Saison endete jedoch mit einer Auch in der Saison konnten sich die Packers wieder eine Wildcard sichern.
Nach einem verhaltenen Start mit drei Siegen aus den ersten sechs Spielen steigerte sich das Team und schloss die Saison mit einer Bilanz von ab, womit es als 6.
Team der NFC die Play-offs erreichte. Die Packers gewannen das Spiel jedoch überraschend und deutlich mit Zudem erlief er selbst einen Touchdown.
Im Conference-Finale trafen die Packers am Januar auf ihren Erzrivalen, die Chicago Bears. Februar auf die Pittsburgh Steelers trafen.
Nachdem die Packers die erste Hälfte des Spiels dominiert hatten und mit Rodgers warf für Yards und drei Touchdownpässe. Die Packers gewannen das Spiel mit Die Packers verloren ihr Saisonspiel bei den Kansas City Chiefs mit Januar gegen die New York Giants.
Das Spiel gegen die Giants verloren die Packers mit In der Spielzeit verloren die Packers drei der ersten fünf Spiele und verspieltem unter anderem eine Punkte-Führung bei den Indianapolis Colts.
Ebenfalls denkwürdig war die Niederlage bei den Seattle Seahawks am 3. Die Packers führten Sekunden vor dem Ende mit Doch ein anderer Schiedsrichter entschied sich für einen Touchdown und trotz klarer TV-Bilder blieb er bei der Entscheidung, was am Ende zur Dort besiegten sie im heimischen Stadion den Rivalen aus Minnesota mit Im Candlestick Park erlebten die Packers einen rabenschwarzen Tag und wurden vor allem von Spielmacher Colin Kaepernick zeitweise vorgeführt.
Am Ende verloren die Packers mit Dort verloren sie gegen die San Francisco 49ers mit Die Saison verlief für Green Bay sehr gut und sie konnten mit 12 Siegen und 4 Niederlagen in die Play-offs einziehen.
In einem abwechslungsreichen Spiel, in dem sie lange Zeit in Führung lagen, verloren sie schlussendlich in der Verlängerung gegen den späteren Super Bowl Vizesieger.
Eine Erklärung dafür war u. Die Saison begannen die Packers mit einer Bilanz. Im Spiel fünf gegen die Cowboys konnten die Packers dabei auch einen 6: Obwohl zuerst befürchtet worden war, dass er bis zum Ende der Regular Season ausfallen könnte,  stand er bereits zwei Monate später am Dieses ging jedoch mit Die Niederlage, gepaart mit dem Sieg der Atlanta Falcons am Tag darauf, warf die Packers aus dem Play-off-Rennen und veranlasste das Team, Rodgers wieder auf die Verletztenliste zu setzen, um sein Schlüsselbein vollständig heilen zu lassen.
Es war seit wieder die erste Begegnung, in dem die Packers keine Punkte erzielten. Die Packers beendeten die Saison mit einer Bilanz von und verpassten zum ersten Mal seit wieder die Play-offs.
Weitere wichtige Teamrekorde sind:. Seit ihrem fast jährigen Bestehen haben die Packers offiziell sechs Trikotnummern, die nicht mehr vergeben werden retired numbers.
Die von William L. Brault gegründete Hall of Fame war die erste ihrer Art, in der nur die Spieler eines Teams gewürdigt werden.
In der Ausstellung, die im Atrium des Lambeau Fields beheimatet ist, sind zurzeit Personen aufgenommen worden, von den 24 in der Pro Football Hall of Fame geehrt sind.
August erhielt das Stadion den aktuellen Namen, nachdem zwei Monate zuvor der Packersgründer Curly Lambeau gestorben war.
August  gegründete Green Bay Packers, Inc. Niemand darf dabei mehr als Als Aktienbesitzer hat man jedoch ein Wahlrecht, bekommt eine Einladung zur jährlich stattfindenden Mitgliederversammlung und man hat Anspruch auf exklusives Merchandise.
Seit dem Bestehen der Gesellschaft gab es bisher auch fünf Aktienverkäufe, sogenannte stock sales , mit dessen Einnahmen mal die Franchise vor der Insolvenz gerettet oder das Lambeau Field erweitert und ausgebaut wurde.
Die Green Bay Packers, Inc. Der Posten des Präsidenten, den zurzeit Mark H. Murphy innehat, wird als einziger bezahlt und vertritt die Packers normalerweise bei den Treffen der Besitzer.
Auch wenn die Packers durch eine Person oder Gesellschaft nicht gekauft werden können, schätzte das Forbes Magazine den Wert der Franchise dennoch in den letzten Jahren.
Die Fangemeinschaft der Packers ist sehr passioniert. Dies zeigt sich daran, dass seit jedes ihrer Heimspiele ausverkauft ist.
Die Packers waren eine der ersten Mannschaften, bei denen Cheerleader an der Seitenlinie die Mannschaft und das Publikum anfeuerte.
In den folgenden 57 Jahren traten die Cheerleader unter drei verschiedene Namen bei den Heimspielen der Packers auf. Als Packerettes nannte sich die erste professionell arbeitende Cheerleader-Mannschaft der Packers.
Von bis wurden die Cheerleader Golden Girls , von bis wieder Packerettes und von bis Sideliners genannt. Die Packers sind zurzeit eines von sechs Footballmannschaften, die keine professionelle Cheerleaderabteilung hat.
Ist der Puck einmal auf das Tor abgeschossen darf nicht mehr nach geschossen werden. Dazu gibt es unterschiedliche Regeln, je nach Liga.
Meist treten jeweils 5 Spieler jeder Mannschaft an, wer mehr Tore erzielt ist Sieger. Ein Penalty Shot startet am Anspielpunkt des Mittelkreises.
Ein Penalty Shot ist ungültig, wenn die 20 Sekunden abgelaufen sind; der Puck hinter die Grundlinie kommt oder der Puck eine offensichtliche Rückwärtsbewegung macht.
Dabei darf der Schütze nur in der Vorwärtsbewegung sein mit Puck - wann er schiesst ist ihm überlassen. Habe ein Problem, und zwar: Das war noch nie so!
Der Ball landet dann immer genau in den Händen des Keepers, er muss sich nicht mal dabei bewegen. Hallo, ich bin ein Junge und 15 Jahre alt.
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