Curly Lambeau Biography
(American Football Player)
Birthday: April 9, 1898 (Aries)
Born In: Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States
Earl Louis "Curly" Lambeau, better known as Curly Lambeau, was one of the greatest American football players and coaches of all time. Along with George Whitney Calhoun, he co-founded one of the most successful football clubs of the country, the 'Green Bay Packers.' A passionate footballer since his youth, he played for, captained, and coached the team he founded and became one of the greatest legends of the sport. His association with the 'Green Bay Packers' lasted for more than 3 decades. When the ‘Packers’ won their first 'NFL Championship' in 1929, he was a player-coach. Between 1930 and 1949, he served exclusively as the head coach and geneal manager and brought home five more titles. He was instrumental in roping in some of the future 'Hall of Famers' of the game to the team. After quitting the 'Green Bay Packers,' he worked with the 'Chicago Cardinals' and the 'Washington Redskins' for two seasons each.