Chicago Bears Tickets for Sale

The Chicago Bears are in their 96th season being they are one of the only two remaining franchises from the NFL’s founding.  Home games are played in Chicago, Illinois at Soldier Field the Bears are members of the NFC North division of the National Football League (NFL).  In their 96 years they have amassed nine NFL championships and one Super Bowl.  The Chicago Bears are owned by Virginia Halas McCaskey, President of Operations is Ted Philips the team’s General Manager is Ryan Pace and their head coach is former Denver Broncos head coach, John Fox.  A former defensive back, coach Fox is considered by his team to be a defensive-minded coach but proved while with the Broncos that he knows his offense game as well.  The Bears rivalry with the Green Bay Packers is one of the oldest and most noted in American professional sports history with tales going back to 1921.  Soldier Field or “Stadium in a Park” is the oldest NFL stadium having opened in 1924 and currently has a seating capacity of 61,500 with a surface playing area covered in Kentucky bluegrass.  Veteran QB Jay Cutler is rocking his game already this year his agility despite his size has always been very unique and his ability to move outside the pocket has only improved over time.  Keep an eye on undrafted rookie free agent outside lineback Kyle Woestmann, after signing with the Bears in their rookie minicamp the rookie took everyone by surprise in the Family Fest practice at Soldier Field by recording his first sack as well as a nice tackle on a running play during a live scrimmage.  

Soldier Field

At 90 Soldier Field is the oldest field in operation in the NFL today, and has been home field to the National Football League’s Chicago Bears since 1971.  Seating capacity for the stadium is 61,500 making it the third smallest stadium in the NFL.  Season tickets and special amenities available for luxury seat ticket holders.  

The design is modeled after the Greco-Roman architectural tradition, complete with doric columns rising above the entrance.  The name was picked in a naming contest held by the city.  Edward Meuller was the winner with Soldier Field as a memorial to American Soldiers who have died in wars. Designed in 1919 and opened October 9, 1924. Previous to 1971 the Bears home was Wrigley Field, home to the Chicago Cubs baseball team.  Overall consensus on the aesthetic appeal of the project fell very short.  It was an eyesore and received mixed reviews within the community.

Architect on the project Dirk Lohan had this to say about that, “I would never say Soldier Field is going to be an architectural landmark.  Nobody has copied it; nobody has learned from it.  People like it for nostalgic reasons.  They remember the games and parades and tractor pulls and veterans’ affairs they’ve seen there over the years.  I wouldn’t do this if it were the Parthenon.  But this isn’t the Parthenon.”