Chicago Bears Schedule 2013 2014 Season
Soldier Field, Chicago IL and all away games.
The Bears are ever ready for another battle and now that the Chicago Bears Schedule 2013-2014 season is set and tickets are available the football fever begins. With all the hope of 2012 still fresh, fans are hoping all the changes, adjustments and draft in the off season will make the difference for 2013. The Bears are ready for training camp in July and get things rolling once again in September and drive straight to the playoffs.
In addition to the NFC North rivals the see twice, the Bears will see NFC East teams with the Cowboys and Giants at home and away games in DC and Philadelphia. Other NFC games are games against the Saints and Rams. Crossover games this season are against the AFC North with home games against the Ravens and Bengals and away in Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
Chicago Bears Schedule 2013 2014 Season & Chicago Bears Tickets 2013-2014 Information
When do Chicago Bears tickets go on sale? It doesn’t matter, as soon as they are released, we will have them, often before the public sale.
Below you will find the entire Chicago Bears 2013 schedule, including all Soldier Field games and all of the away games. To buy Chicago Bears tickets 2013 2014 for any game, click on view tickets at the end of the row next to the date. Sometimes a stadium hold events in addition to the NFL, to check those out click on the stadium name.
Many of these stadiums will have Kenny Chesney Noe Shoes Nation Concerts for instance. Soldier Field is not one of them, they will host the CONCACAF Gold Cup Finals on Sunday, July 28th and several other big concerts.
Get your Chicago Bears ticket 2013 now while there is still a selection to choose from. Make good use of our interactive seating chart where you click on any section to see a list of available seats in the section as well as a view photo.
Soldier Field Facts
Soldier field is the oldest NFL stadium that has been continually operating. It is also the smallest with a capacity of 61,500. Soldier Field is so synonymous with The Bears it is hard to remember they used to play at Wrigley Field until 1971. Renovations in 2003 caused a stir with preservationists wanting to keep the old facade as a historical landmark. They ended up keeping some, but most will agree it looks odd with the seats rising above the traditional columns. You can be sure Chicago fans will talk about this and disagree for sure for all time.
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