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Chicago Bears Tickets

Apr 25Thu 06:00 pm

From $57.92

Chicago Bears - Draft Party

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Aug 01Thu 08:00 pm

From $104.19

NFL Hall of Fame Game: Chicago Bears vs Houston Texans

Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, Canton, OH

Aug 11Sun 01:00 pm

From $87.28

TBD at Chicago Bears Preseason Game 1

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Aug 25Sun 01:00 pm

From $134.03

TBD at Chicago Bears Preseason Game 2

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Aug 31Sat 11:58 pm

From $1,619.65

2024 Chicago Bears Tickets - Season Package (Includes Tickets for all Home Games)

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Sep 01Sun 01:00 pm

From $355.98

Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions

Ford Field, Detroit, MI

Sep 01Sun 01:00 pm

From $2,105.18

Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI

Sep 01Sun 01:00 pm

From $132.11

Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

Sep 01Sun 01:00 pm

From $180.94

Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Sep 08Sun 12:00 pm

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Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Sep 15Sun 01:00 pm

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Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Sep 22Sun 01:00 pm

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Jacksonville Jaguars at Chicago Bears

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Sep 22Sun 01:00 pm

From $176.58

Chicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers

Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA

Sep 22Sun 01:00 pm

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Chicago Bears at Arizona Cardinals

State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ

Sep 29Sun 01:00 pm

From $141.87

Chicago Bears at Indianapolis Colts

Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN

Sep 29Sun 01:00 pm

From $181.21

Chicago Bears at Houston Texans

NRG Stadium at NRG Park - Complex, Houston, TX

Sep 29Sun 01:00 pm

From $148.61

Los Angeles Rams at Chicago Bears

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Oct 06Sun 01:00 pm

From $138.47

Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Oct 13Sun 01:00 pm

From $123.39

Tennessee Titans at Chicago Bears

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Oct 20Sun 01:00 pm

From $129.03

Chicago Bears at Washington Commanders

Commanders Field, Landover, MD

Oct 20Sun 01:00 pm

From $123.39

Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Oct 27Sun 01:00 pm

From $123.39

New England Patriots at Chicago Bears

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Chicago Bears

Conference: National Football Conference (NFC)

Division: NFC North

Stadium: Soldier Field (capacity 61,500)

Head Coach: Matt Eberflus (2022-present)

Starting Quarterback: Justin Fields

Star Players: Tremaine Edmunds (LB), DJ Moore (WR), Eddie Jackson (DB)

2022 Regular Season: 3-14 (16th in NFC)

2022 Playoffs: Did not qualify 

Legendary Former Players: Walter Payton (RB), Dick Butkus (LB), Richard Dent (DE)

Super Bowls (NFL Championships): 1 - 1985 (XX)

Chicago Bears

Perhaps more than any other team in the NFL, the Chicago Bears are steeped in American football history that goes back to the very foundations of the modern game itself. The Bears, along with the Arizona Cardinals (who were actually based in Chicago too long ago), are the only two founding members of the NFL to still be playing in the more than 100 years since the league was born in 1920. Since 1971, the Bears have also played their home games at Soldier Field, the oldest NFL stadium still in use today. Sadly for modern-day Bears fans, the team’s successes are also mostly confined to the distant past, with 8 NFL championships before the 1970 AFL-NFL merger (7 of which occurred before 1950). With players like Richard Dent, Walter Payton, and the wonderfully nicknamed “Refrigerator” Perry, coach Mike Ditka, an ex-star from the title-winning team of the 1960s, led the Bears from strength to strength in the 1980s, making the playoffs on five occasions and even going the distance in 1985, where they blew out the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX 46-10 to send the Windy City into rapturous delight. Hopes were high again in 2006 when the Bears reached Super Bowl XLI against the Indianapolis Colts. It proved not to be Chicago’s day, though, as the Colts took the game 29-17. In recent years, the Bears have struggled to make the playoffs, with only two Wild Card losses to show for their past 12 seasons. But with their proud history and many loyal fans, the Bears seem long overdue for a resurgence.


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