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The Chicago Bears have been playing professional football since before the 1920—when the NFL was named the American Professional Football Association. Chicago had immediate success in the pros, posting winning seasons in all but two years through 1951, including NFL titles in 1921, 1932, 1933, 1940, 1941, 1943, and 1946. After success in the 1950s and another title in 1963, the Bears experienced their first struggles, failing to make the playoffs for 14 straight years. Chicago started another long string of success in the 1980s when former Bears tight end Mike Ditka became the head coach. Ditka’s Bears, with star running back Walter Payton leading the way, won five straight division titles as well as Super Bowl XX. Before Ditka moved on after the 1992 season, he led the Bears to a total of seven playoff appearances in 11 years. Since Ditka’s departure, Chicago has won three more division championships and reached one more Super Bowl. The Bears have retired 13 numbers and plan to retire Ditka’s No. 89 in 2013. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Chicago Bears football tickets.

2014 Chicago Bears Season Preview

The city of Chicago had to swallow a devastating loss against the Packers at the end of the 2013 season that kept them from continuing to the playoffs. Despite having to endure another miss in the postseason, the Bears found greatness in their second year wide out Alshon Jeffery and back up quarterback Josh McCown which only strengthens their stance as a contender in the upcoming season. Check back in the fall for a preview of the Chicago Bears 2014-15 season.

Check out our Chicago Bears Season Preview History page for previews of previous Bears seasons.

Chicago Bears Football at Soldier Field

Address: 1410 Museum Campus Drive, Chicago, Illinois, 60605

The Bears play their home games at Soldier Field,located in Chicago, Illinois. Chicago has been playing its home games at Soldier Field since 1971, but in 2003 renovated the historic stadium to improve the venue for its fans. Soldier Field holds 61.5 thousand screaming fans when filled to capacity. With one of the closest front row seats in all of the NFL, Soldier Field provides fans with the lure of an historic stadium as well as the amenities expected of a state-of-the-art NFL facility. Chicago Bears home bench is on the Soldier Field sideline with sections 130-144. Soldier Field parking information is covered in our Bears event guide.

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Chicago Bears Rivals

These two historic franchises have established an historic rivalry. The rivalry may be heated, but there is also mutual respect that has come from matching up against each other over 185 times. With 20+ NFL Championships, these two franchises stand near the top of NFL primacy.

With over 100 meetings between these two teams, this rivalry has been almost evenly matched throughout the years. As division foes, this matchup often has a lot on the line and the rivalry will only continue to get better as the years go on.

This rivalry began in 1930 and has over 165 meetings between the two teams. This matchup has always been about cheap shots and trash talk and that will only continue as these two teams face each other two times a year.

Bears in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and NFL Playoffs

The Bears have established themselves as one of the premier NFL franchises since they began in 1920. With a Super Bowl title, multiple conference championships, and over 20 playoff appearances, the Bears will only add to their legacy. The Bears also hold the record of most players being elected to the Hall of Fame.

Chicago Bears Event Guide

Where is the best place to park at Soldier Field?

There are three major parking options at Soldier Field. To the south of the stadium, on the south side of Waldron Drive, is the Waldron Garage, which extends all the way to 18th Street. To the south of 18th Street is the South Lot, which is the largest open air parking option in the area. To the north of the stadium is the North Garage, which sits in-between Soldier Field and E McFetridge Drive. Outside of these three parking locations are a few smaller parking options. On the north side of E McFetridge Drive at the corner of Museum Campus Drive is a smaller parking lot. Another small lot is located on the east side of Burnham Harbor just south of Solidarity Drive. There are also a few L Stations in the area, which will allow you to forgo the hassle of driving and parking.

Can I buy Chicago Bears football season tickets?

Chicago Bears season tickets are available to buy until kickoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase Chicago Bears season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at Soldier Field.

What’s the best way to get to Solider Field?

Taking a CTA train to the Roosevelt Station is the best way to get there using public transportation. The station is about ½ a mile to the stadium.

Where can I find the 2014-2015 Chicago Bears football schedule?

The Bears 2014-2015 football schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the NFL. The Bears plays in the NFC North, which means games against the Minnesota Vikings, Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers. Game times are announced by the NFL as soon as the TV schedule is set. Chicago Bears home opener is typically one of the most popular games. If you are looking for Bears news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official Chicago Bears team roster.

Where are good places to eat before a Bears game?

Chicago has some of the best pizza of anywhere in the country. Of the numerous great places near Soldier Field, we like Flo & Santos, Homemade Pizza Company, and Toni’s Pizza & Organic Pasta. For great burgers try Urban Counter, The Gage, or Johnny’s Grill. If you are looking for a restaurant with vegetarian options visit Chicago Raw or Karyn’s On Green. For a more upscale dining experience try Henri, Grace Restaurant, or Tru. Rocky’s, Clover, and Old Fifth are three sports bars worth trying. If you enjoy Mexican food check out Spanglish Mexican Kitchen, Xoco, or Frontera Grill. Other good places in the area are Osteria Via Stato, Girl & The Goat, and Quartino.

What time do the gates open prior to a Bears game?

Gates open two hours prior to kickoff at Soldier Field.

How can I buy cheap Chicago Bears tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of Chicago Bears football tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Bears tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee NFC opponents, like the New York Giants, Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers, can drive up home game prices. While cheap tickets are more plentiful for, non-conference or non-divisional opponents. Those games may offer best opportunity to purchase Chicago Bears tickets near face value.

Does my child need a ticket to attend the game?

Children under 32 inches tall do not need a ticket for Bears home games. Ticketed adults will need to obtain a lap pass for their children at the Gate 10 ticket office and the child will need to sit on the adult’s lap during the game.

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Monday Night Football in Chicago Soldier Field is an impressive facility, especially since the renovation of 2003 that expanded the upper decks including the build of some incredible luxury boxes. Many Bears fans aren’t too happy with the way the ironic Greek columns that towered over the sidelines for decades, were dwarfed under what looks like an alien spacecraft, but I think its kinda interesting. It certainly improved the sightlines of the upper bowl as the original design was more of a gradual shallow bowl. I was in town for Monday Night Football and a matchup between the Chicago Bears and hated division rival Green Bay Packers as part of my continuing Quest for 31. It was an incredible matchup of two unbeaten teams with the division title on the line. We began the day early in the afternoon in the 31st Street lot located about a mile south of Soldier Field. The City of Chicago has really clamped down on a lot of the tailgating that fans are allowed to do around the stadium, but these resourceful Bears fans continue to find ways to celebrate their beloved pregame ritual in other areas. If you’re planning to attend a game in Chicago, you should be mindful of a couple of things. Situated right next to Lake Michigan, Soldier field is extremely cold at game time, especially during the winter. The trademark gusts of wind that earned Chicago the “Windy City” moniker bring with it a bitter cold that will chill to the bone. Be sure to dress warm with plenty of layers. The other thing is to be prepared to sing the Chicago Bears fight song “Bear Down” … the words will be displayed on the scoreboard, but they can also be found on the boxes of popcorn that you can buy inside the stadium. With a National television audience looking on, these Chicago Bears electrified the crowd and turned in an impressive performance taking a 20-17 victory and first place in the divisional race. It will be interesting to watch these guys down the stretch and see if they're for real. If you’re interested in more information on my trip to Soldier Field and the City of Chicago, check out my Quest for 31 Review at - http://www.nflfootballstadiums.com/Soldier-Field-Sept2010.htm. October 6, 2010
I bet it was a good game? So December of 2008, my Christmas gift to everyone was my treat to the Chicago Bears vs. the Houston Texans for Christmas weekend. I purchased 30 tickets (from ticketcity of course) and flew some family down from Chicago and took a dozen or so of my closest friends down to Houston with me. We had a great time the night before watching the UFC fight so obviously sleep wasn't a priority. We woke at 7am to start the tailgate rituals. Unfortunately, I had to make an unexpected trip to pick up my girlfriends friend and hour away. Needless to say, I was a bit unhappy. As we got back to the tailgate party, I realized it was an hour before kickoff. I decided that I needed to make up for the hours missed tailgating by having an entire handle of crown royal to myself while walking to the stadium. As I set the EMPTY handle down at the front door to Reliant Stadium, I was excited for kickoff. As I approached my seat level in my Walter Payton jersey, I encountered many Texan fans and their lack of enthusiasm towards my bears. As I turned to get in on the action, my legs gave out from under me, and my face was the first thing to hit the railing as I proceeded to tumble head over heels all the way down the entire section! As I awoke to a flash light and smelling salts from the EMS, I felt no pain. I could tell it was pretty bad by all the concerned stares from the crowd and my family constantly asking if I was ok. Fortunately my brother convinced the EMS and people from Reliant that I would be just fine and they barely allowed me to stay for the game. It turns out I suffered a concussion and busted my mouth and my forehead pretty bad. I wasn't able to open my eyes until some time in the 3rd quarter and even then the game was pretty blurry. But according to all the photos, it seems I still had a pretty good time. Another buddy of mine fell and we became the laughing stock of our section. Especially when we started to sing Boy George's "I'll tumble for ya!" Well since then, I still haven't spoken to some of my family because of the complete FOOL I made of myself. Although lesson learned, I would love the opportunity to redeem myself although money's kind of tight right now. I'm sure you'll get a laugh at my expense and here's a picture so you can get the full effect. I couldn't see who took it but I smiled anyway. I sure hope I win this gift card! August 10, 2010
MNF in Chicago Monday Night Football in Chicago!!! Great game, great atmosphere, Great Time!!! Nothing beats a Bears beating the Packers on Prime Time tv!!! October 6, 2010
American's Team visit Da Bears Den! When the NFL schedule was released my boyfriend and I knew it was understood that we'd do whatever it took to attend the Bears/Cowboys game on Dec 9. Knowing full well it would be super cold! We're both diehard fans for our teams (I'm a Bear and he's a Cowboy). Even though it was really cold the seats were good for the price and there was zero hassle at the gate. Definitely a once in a lifetime experience. Enjoyed every minute of our win! December 11, 2013
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