The Chicago Bears have the support of their loyal fans, coaches and staff and the anticipation that the remaining games will be opportunity for this great team to show everyone the stuff they’re made of that has won them much recognition in the past.
Remaining games for the regular season for the Chicago Bears includes home games against the Eagles, Rams, Packers and Vikings. Away games will be played against the Vikings, Ravens and the Lions. If the Chicago Bears can bring the heat like the reputation their city has for being windy, their competitors don’t stand a chance. Fans will be on hand rallying behind their Chicago Bears as usual, on that you can bet. The Chicago Bears started off the preseason with a close game against the Bills and most fans will tell you it was just a little bit of luck that caused the Bills to take home a win of seven points over the Chicago Bears because the games against the Giants and the Broncos in home and away games respectively. Fans will tell you that the Chicago Bears have been putting in a decent season this year but critics might argue the contrary.
Now, if you’re planning on attending any of these action-packed games at home where the Chicago Bears have put the roaring bite on the competition too many times to recall, expect to be pleased beyond reasonable expectations with Soldier Field. It is very vital for you to make sure that you choose the right ticket booth.
Tickets to football games held at this venue are priced to suit virtually every budget and provide excellent sites from nearly every corner imaginable in this spacious location. Both the south end zone and north end zone are perfect for seating options for just two or a large group aimed to do plenty of cheering as the Chicago Bears run out onto the field at the start of a game. As a matter of preference for those who want to experience the game in a manner that lends itself to an unprecedented game day experience, there is no question that the Executive Suites provide some of the best seats in the house for taking in a Chicago Bears game.