Situated in Bridgeview, Illinois, SeatGeek Stadium is the home of Major League Soccer's Chicago Fire, the Chicago Red Stars of the National Women's Soccer League and the Chicago Bliss of the Legends Football League. Since its opening in June of 2006, the venue has hosted a number of major soccer events. The 2006 MLS All-Star Game, the 2006 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup and the group stages of the 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship are just a few of the highlights. Away from the world of sports, SeatGeek Stadium is also a popular concert venue. Over the years, it has hosted musical acts such as Kelly Clarkson, Jimmy Buffett, Bob Dylan, Kiss and Kenny Chesney. You can grab tickets for the next big SeatGeek Stadium event at StubHub.
What is the seating capacity of the stadium?
When soccer events are held, SeatGeek Stadium seating can accommodate as many as 20,000 guests. With the addition of temporary seating, that figure can grow to 28,000 for concerts and other SeatGeek musical events.
Is there on-site parking for SeatGeek Stadium events?
There are multiple large parking lots surrounding the stadium. The North Lot and East Lot are used for general parking while the West Lot is reserved for season ticket holders and the media. Parking opens approximately three hours before the start of the event.
Is the stadium accessible by public transportation?
The Chicago Transit Authority makes it easy to get to SeatGeek Stadium events via public transportation. All you have to do is hop on an Orange Line train and get off at the Midway station. From there, you will be able to take one of the express buses that run from the train station to venue every 20 minutes.
Can you tell me about the food and drink options at SeatGeek Stadium?
There is an abundance of concession options at SeatGeek Stadium. For a classic Chicago hot dog, you can head to Taste of Chicago near section 114. If delicious barbecue food is more your style, you can stop by Bridgeview BBQ near section 126. No matter where you are in the stadium, you are bound to find nearby food and drink options that suit your tastes.
Is the venue a wheelchair-friendly facility?
SeatGeek Stadium events are always wheelchair friendly. The venue offers everything you might expect from an accessible facility, including wheelchair-accessible parking, restrooms, entrances and drop-off points.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
There are lots of interesting things to do near SeatGeek Stadium. If you'd like to have some fun with your family before or after your event, you can go to Haunted Trails Family Entertainment Center. If you'd prefer to relax and get out into nature for a little while, Lake Katherine Nature Center and Botanic Gardens is the place to be. Both of these facilities are just a short drive from SeatGeek Stadium.Back to Top
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