Cubs, White Sox, Bulls, and Blackhawks - Chicago has world-class teams that inspire devotion and admiration. And whether they win or lose, Chicago sports fans are behind their teams 100%! The Windy City features four major sports and concert venues that are attractions in themselves and a must-see for any visitor.
The Home of the Chicago Cubs is located in the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago, aka "Wrigleyville". Known for its iconic ivy covered brick walls, big red marquee, and a scoreboard that still gets manually turned by hand, Wrigley Field is a must-see park for any baseball fan.
The home of the Chicago Bears, Soldier Field was built in 1922 and renovated in 2003. This stadium boasts some of the best sightlines in the NFL and, of course, major concert tours. Soldier Field seats over 61,000 and is located in the Near South Side of Chicago, situated on Lake Michigan and surrounded by many Chicago museums.
The home of the Chicago Bulls and The Chicago Blackhawks first opened in 1994. The 'house that Michael Jordan built' has hosted major sporting events including NBA Championship and the Stanley Cup as well as some of the biggest concert tours in the world.
US Cellular Field
The home of the White Sox is the newest and most modern stadium in the Chicagoland area. Located on the South Side of Chicago, U.S. Cellular Field replaced Comiskey Park in 1991. This park features an old-time facade, exploding scoreboard, a sports bar, pitching machines, gift shops and even pet-sitting services. More importantly it features 40,000 unobstructed seats and lots of parking.
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