Soldier Field

Soldier Field Information

Soldier Field has been the home of the Chicago Bears Opened since 1971, making it the oldest NFL stadium. Soldier Field was originally opened in 1924, and the re-opened in 2003 after extensive interior renovations. Some of the original Greco-Roman architecture is still visible today. Soldier Field was originally named Grant Park Municipal Stadium, but was renamed to Soldier Field in 1925 and was dedicated to the men and women of the armed services.

Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL

Soldier Field Quick Specs

  • Seating Capacity: 61,500
  • Year Originally Opened: October 9, 1924
  • Year Re-Opened: September 29, 2003 
  • Seat numbers run Left (low) to Right (high) from the perspective of a seated fan facing the field

Soldier Field Levels & Zones

  • 100 Level Mezannine
  • 200 Club Level
  • 200 Level Media Deck
  • 200 Leve Endzone
  • 300 Level Grandstand
  • 300 Level Endzone
  • 400 Level Grandstand

Bears Ticket Office Info

You can reach the Chicgo Bears ticket office at Soldier Field at:

Chicago Bears Ticket Office
1410 Museum Campus Drive
Chicago, IL 60605
847-615-BEARS (847-615-2327)

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