As one of only two remaining teams still in existence since the founding of the
National Football League, the Chicago Bears have been playing since 1919. Chicago Bears tickets first went on sale some two
years later when the team moved to the Windy City. The storied
history of the team is impressive, boasting a record setting 27
members inducted into the Football Hall of Fame, more than any other team in the
NFL's history. Chicago Bears tickets offer fans a chance to witness a team that has
more overall victories and regular season wins than any other, more than 700 as of November, 2010.
The more recent history and accomplishments of the team have been mixed.
In the 1980's the team was able to remain competitive and
purchasers of Chicago Bears tickets were given a chance to cheer the team on to a Super
Bowl victory in 1985. With a strong start to the 2011 season, fans remain hopeful
that they will enjoy greater success in the days to come. Such an accomplished history
ensures that the team remains popular with its fan base, and Chicago Bears tickets
enjoy brisk sales for games played in the city. Whether or not they are in a position to
break any future NFL records in coming seasons has yet to be seen, but fans
continue to be steadfast in their support for the franchise.
By purchasing Chicago Bears tickets fans are given access to Solider Field, a
facility that reopened in 2003 after undergoing a complete rebuild that cost $632 million in
renovations. New features and modern comforts can now be found
at the stadium that has been home to the team since 1971, and served as the stage
for many of their record setting wins and historical triumphs. Chicago Bears tickets
sales allow over 61,000 fans the chance to root for the team during home games
lending their support in person for the team that means so much to them. With ticket
sales enjoying such success, fans and supporters of the team rarely miss the
opportunity to cheer the Bears on to victory whenever they play at Solider Field.
The navy blue and burnt orange that make up the Bears colors are commonly seen
throughout the city and region, worn by the fans that do not need Chicago Bears
tickets to find an opportunity to show their support. Mascot, Stanley the Bear leads
fans in giving their support to the team when the Bears face their rivals; the Detroit Lions, Green Bay
Packers and the Minnesota Vikings. Such rivalries energize the teams fan base and
ensure that Chicago Bears tickets remain a hot item whenever such games take place.
The long history and record setting seasons of the past give fans a way to appreciate
the Bears, a team that holds a special place in NFL history and the hearts of fans and
Chicago residents alike.
12-4-12: The Bears season almost took a familiar turn for the worse when oft-injured quarterback Jay Cutler was concussed and forced to miss a game against the 49ers which resulted in a blowout loss. Fortunately, Cutler is back and the Bears still share the division lead with the Packers. After a loss to the Seahawks the Bears will battle the Vikings in Minnesota while they wrap up the season playing three of their four games against division rivals.