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1962 NFL Championship Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Green Bay Packers 3 7 3 3 16
New York Giants 0 0 7 0 7
Date December 30, 1962
Stadium Yankee Stadium
City New York, NY
Attendance 64,892
TV/Radio in the United States
TV Network NBC
TV Announcers Chris Schenkel, Ray Scott
Radio Network NBC
Radio Announcers Ken Coleman, Ted Moore

The 1962 National Football League championship game was the 30th NFL title game. The game was played on December 30, 1962 at Yankee Stadium in New York, New York. The attendance for the game was 64,892.

The 1962 game was a rematch of the 1961 championship. The Eastern Conference champions New York Giants (12-2) against the Western Conference Green Bay Packers (13-1). It was played in 13 degree temperatures with 40 miles per hour winds.

A few hours after this game, Packers linebacker Ray Nitschke, who was the game's Most Valuable Player, appeared on "What's My Line?" wearing thick eyeglasses. Panelists Martin Gabel and Bennett Cerf, both Giants fans, recognized him. Ed Sabol's film company Blair Motion Pictures paid $3,000 for the film rights for the game, the company would later become NFL Films.

Game summary

1 2 3 4 Total
Packers 3 7 3 3 16
Giants 0 0 7 0 7
  • First Quarter
    • GB- Kramer 26 yard field goal 3-0 GB
  • Second Quarter
    • GB-Taylor 7 yard run (Kramer kick) 10-0 GB
  • Third Quarter
    • NY- Collier block punt recovery in end zone (Chandler kick) 10-7 GB
    • GB- Kramer 29 yard field goal 13-7 GB
  • Fourth Quarter
    • GB- Kramer 30 yard field goal 16-7 GB
Preceded by
NFL Championship Game, 1961
NFL Championship Game
1962
Succeeded by
NFL Championship Game, 1963
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