The Chicago Bears enter the 2015 season looking to make right on the thwarted expectations of last year. They entered 2014 with major Super Bowl aspirations, but struggled to an unsightly 5-11 record. Head coach Marc Trestman is out and former Broncos coach John Fox is in. Can he repair quarterback Jay Cutler’s confidence and get the Bears back on the path to NFL prosperity? Hooking yourself up with Bears tickets at Soldier Field is the only way to find out.
Entering its 91st year of operation, Soldier Field is a Chicago landmark and the oldest stadium in the NFL. It truly is a venue that gives you the best of both worlds. At a capacity of 61,500, it’s one of the three smallest stadiums in the league. That lends the building a close-knit, communal atmosphere that almost makes you feel like you’re rooting on football from a bygone era. However, an extensive 2003 undertaking of reservations also ensures that this stadium is up-to-date and not obsolete for its fan experience. You get all the benefits of that old-timey feel with none of the drawbacks. Those renovations fitted Soldier Field with improved seating and sightlines, a larger pedestrian concourse, two 96-by-23 foot state-of-the-art video screens, as well as nearly 150 luxury suites. The stadium also converted to a more chef-driven menu, meaning you can sample food options that reflect Chicago’s unique culinary legacy (and the standard burgers and dogs are just fine, too).
Soldier Field is also easily accessible by both Chicago’s L subway line, as well as its city buses, in case you want to skip the traffic and parking aspect of going to a game.