1939 Green Bay Packers season
|1939 Green Bay Packers season|
|Head coach||Curly Lambeau|
|Home field||City Stadium
Wisconsin State Fair Park
|Division place||1st NFL Western|
|Playoff finish||Won NFL Championship|
The 1939 Green Bay Packers season was their 20th season in the National Football League. The club posted a 9–2 record under coach Curly Lambeau, earning a first-place finish in the Western Conference. The Packers ended the season by beating the New York Giants in the NFL Championship Game 27–0, earning the Packers their fifth NFL Championship and the first title game shutout ever recorded.
|1||September 17, 1939||Chicago Cardinals||W 14–10|
|2||September 24, 1939||Chicago Bears||W 21–16|
|3||October 1, 1939||Cleveland Rams||L 27–24|
|4||October 8, 1939||Chicago Cardinals||W 27–20|
|5||October 22, 1939||Detroit Lions||W 26–7|
|6||October 29, 1939||Washington Redskins||W 24–14|
|7||November 5, 1939||at Chicago Bears||L 30–27|
|8||November 12, 1939||at Philadelphia Eagles||W 23–16|
|9||November 19, 1939||at Brooklyn Dodgers||W 28–0|
|10||November 26, 1939||at Cleveland Rams||W 7–6|
|11||December 3, 1939||at Detroit Lions||W 12–7|
|Championship||December 10, 1939||New York Giants||W 27–0|
|All-Star Game||January 14, 1940||NFL All-Stars||W 16–7|
|NFL Western Division|
|Green Bay Packers||9||2||0||.813||6–2||233||153||W4|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.
Source: "The Green Bay Packers," in Howard Roberts, Who's Who in the Major Leagues Football. Chicago: B.E. Callahan, ; pp. 2–3 and team photo on pg. 24. Illegible jersey digits denoted with X.
- "1939 Green Bay Packers," Football-Reference.com/.