Green Bay Packers set to host 2025 NFL draft

The NFL announced on Monday that the 2025 NFL draft will take place in Green Bay. The draft and related activities will take place inside and around Lambeau Field and Titletown, the collection of shops and restaurants surrounding the stadium.

The yearly draft brings together fans from all over the country to celebrate. More than 2.2 million people have attended draft festivities since 2015. This year’s draft brought more than 312,000 fans to Kansas City.

Next year’s draft will take place from April 25-27 in Detroit. After being held at various New York locations from 1965-2014, the draft has made stops in Chicago (2015-16), Philadelphia (2017), Dallas (2018), Nashville (2019), Las Vegas (2022) and Kansas City (2023).

More information about the 2025 NFL Draft, including venue information, volunteer opportunities, and ways to get involved, will be posted in the coming months on

Wisconsin Tourism Secretary Anne Sayers said issued a statement early Tuesday that his is a huge opportunity to boost the economy, and provide an opportunity “for Wisconsin to show off our world-class hospitality.”

“Wisconsin has long been a premier sports destination and hosting the NFL draft in Green Bay is yet another legendary experience we’re proud to add to the list,” said Wisconsin Department of Tourism Secretary Anne Sayers. “This is a huge opportunity to drive economic impact while helping sports fans from near and far make countless memories as they discover the unexpected in Wisconsin. Beyond the excitement of the draft itself, it’s an opportunity for Wisconsin to show off our world-class hospitality, fresh spin on food and drink, and countless activities to round out a trip exploring the greater Green Bay area.”

Anne Sayers, Wisconsin Tourism Secretary