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Parking and Transportation

Parking
There is absolutely no fan parking allowed at Halas Hall and within Conway Park.
The only fan parking for Training Camp is at Hawthorn Mall at 60 Ring Drive in Vernon Hills, IL. Fans will enter off Townline Road, IL 60/E. There will be directional signage and personnel on-hand to direct cars to the nearest available parking spot. Overnight parking is not permitted at Hawthorn Mall.

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A lively and trusted destination for fashion, dining and entertainment,Hawthorn Mallis a super-regional shopping center located in Vernon Hills, IL.

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Shuttles
For Training Camp entry, all fans must park at Hawthorn Mall (location mentioned above) and take a shuttle bus to Halas Hall. Bears staff will direct fans to FREE shuttle buses that will take fans to Training Camp site.

Fans will need to present a valid mobile Training Camp ticket prior to getting on shuttle buses. Mobile tickets will be checked prior to boarding.

Please review the Prohibited Items list for what is not allowed at Training Camp. These items should not be brought onto the shuttle bus.

Shuttles will begin 30 minutes prior to gates opening and will end 2 hours after practice has ended. Shuttles will run at an interval estimated at 10 minutes to and from Halas Hall. The last shuttle taking fans to Halas Hall will leave from Hawthorn Mall 30 minutes prior to the end of practice. The shuttle ride from Hawthorn Mall to Halas Hall is approximately 8-10 minutes (based on traffic flow).

No eating or drinking will be permitted on shuttle buses. Masks are not required but are recommended while on shuttles.

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ADA Parking & Shuttles
ADA Parking is available at Hawthorn Mall. Designated ADA parking spots are near the ADA shuttle pick up at the arrival/departure area of Hawthorn Mall at 480 Ring Drive in Vernon Hills, IL.

  • There is no ADA parking at Halas Hall.
  • ADA Shuttles run continuously to/from Hawthorn Mall and Halas Hall.
  • Please note that during peak times, the ADA shuttles may limit passengers to the disabled patron and one guest. Additional guests may ride the conventional shuttle buses that are also available to/from Hawthorn.

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Ride-Share Services and Guest Drop Off
Ride-share (i.e., Uber, Lyft, etc.) and other vehicles with guests will not be permitted to drop off guests on site at Halas Hall or within Conway Park. All Training Camp attendees must be dropped off or park at Hawthorn Mall parking to gain entry to Training Camp.

(Video) Jaquan Brisker a standout during Bears training camp

Guests arriving at Halas Hall via ride-share vehicles or dropped off will not be permitted entry into Training Camp.

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Activities and Things to Do

Kids Autographs brought to you by Enjoy Illinois

Held on select days only. Get to the gates early for a chance to receive one of the 150 specialty passes which will be randomly distributed to children between ages 4-12. These passes will allow entry into the Kids Only Autograph Area brought you by Enjoy Illinois post-practice. Fans with passes should be in line 20 minutes BEFORE the end of practice (time is subject to change based on weather/coaches' discretion), to secure their spot in line. Specific players or number of autographs are not guaranteed.

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Player Pad Experience brought to you by Visit Lake County

Everyday Training camp attendees ages 4-12 can submit their name for a chance to win this one-of-a-kind experience at Staley's Corner or the Visit Lake County Booth. Contestants will draw a raffle ticket and they will be instructed to return to Staley's Corner at 11:10AM (before the end of practice) for the drawing. Winner must be present to win. Winning kids will have the opportunity to participate in carrying off a Bears player's pads post-practice.

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Athletic Trainer Experience brought to you by Athletico Physical Therapy

Everyday Training camp attendees ages 4-12 can submit their name for a chance to win this one-of-a-kind experience at Staley's Corner. Contestants will draw a raffle ticket and they will be instructed to return to Staley's Corner at 11:10AM (before the end of practice) for the drawing. Winner must be present to win. Winning kids will have the opportunity to hand out Gatorade and towels to players as they exit the practice field.

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Photo Ops

There will be opportunities to take selfies at various locations at Bears Training Camp. This includes a 360-photo spinner brought to you by Dr Pepper, 6-foot bobbleheads, Staley Da Bear, locker display and more.

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Bears Fit

Bears Fit is a Chicago Bears-themed fitness center located at 155 E. Townline Road in Vernon Hills. The state-of-the art 45,000-square-foot facility is located approximately four miles from Halas Hall and features the latest in exercise and recovery equipment, a 40-yard turf field, recovery center, group fitness classes (including spin and hot yoga), saunas and steam rooms, tanning, Bears Pro Shop, interactive kids club and more.

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(Video) Raising the Standard | 1920 Football Drive | Chicago Bears

Bears Crib Club and Kids Club

The Chicago Bears Kids Club, brought to you by Jewel-Osco, and the Chicago Bears Crib Club, brought to you by Advocate Health Care, are fan programs dedicated to our youngest Bears fans from birth to age 12. Membership is free and includes monthly newsletters with age-appropriate content, invitations to club events, exclusive sweepstakes and more! Visit the Kids Club and Crib Club activation area while you're at Training Camp for a chance to win fun prizes and become a member! More information about the clubs and eligibility can be found at www.ChicagoBears.com/KidsClub.

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Da Bears Den

A daily lounge for fans to cool off, relax, and charge your phone during practice. Come experience our virtual reality world to explore the locker room of Soldier Field and Madden NFL 22 gaming station to put together the ultimate Bears All-Star team!

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Bears Mini Monsters Clinic*

Bears Mini Monsters Clinic brought to you by Advocate Children's Hospital is an activity area with non-contact football drills that allow kids to show off their athleticism and football skills. The zone is located inside the Training Camp grounds at the Walter Payton Center and is open daily for kids ages 6-13. Adult supervision for children is required and a waiver must be signed prior to entering the area. Children cannot be left unattended.

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Bears Pro Shop

Bears Pro Shop, located in the main event lot, Fields 1 & 2 and Fields 3 & 4, will be open during all hours of operation throughout Chicago Bears Training Camp. Transactions will be cashless - only credit cards will be accepted. The Chicago Bears prefer Visa.

Use your Chicago Bears PNC Bank Visa® Debit Card and get 20% off your purchase at the Pro Shop at Training Camp*, located at the Bears' main office and practice facility, Halas Hall. This is an extension of the Pro Shop located at Soldier Field.

Offer valid 7/27/22 – 8/21/22. Offer subject to change without notice. Purchases must be made with your Chicago Bears PNC Bank Visa® Debit Card. Visa® is a registered trademark of Visa International Service Association and used under license. ©2022 The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. All rights reserved. PNC Bank, National Association. Member FDIC‎

Staley's Corner

Staley Da Bear, the official mascot of the Chicago Bears, is the all-time funniest, friendliest, fuzziest, funkiest bear in the history of the NFL! Staley's Corner provides fun-filled entertainment for the entire family with a daily photo/autograph opportunity with Da Bear himself, as well as crafts and games! Staley will also be showing off his DJ skills at times throughout the course of camp and offering up some cool competitions such as freeze dance, hula hoop and musical chairs!

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*Please note that waivers will be required to enter some areas and participate in various activities at Chicago Bears Training Camp.

(Video) New Chicago Bears offensive line competitions at start of training camp

Other

ADA Seating
ADA seating is available in designated areas around the practice fields. If you or someone you are with needs ADA seating, please go to the ADA tent booth just outside the Training Camp gates at the corner of Field Drive and Football Drive and ask for assistance. Cart shuttles will be available to transport guests.

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Advocate Health Care First Aid Station
There will be First Aid staff available throughout Training Camp grounds. The First Aid Station can be found directly outside of the Walter Payton Center and is available to all guests, courtesy of Advocate Health Care.

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Alcohol
Bringing alcohol to Training Camp is strictly prohibited. Miller Lite products will be available for purchase at Camp.

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Food and Beverage
Dr Pepper, Miller Lite, and other beverages and a limited menu offering will be available for purchase at Halas Hall. Coolers will not be allowed into Training Camp. Food and beverage will not be available for sale at Hawthorn Mall.

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Inclement Weather
In the event weather has the potential to impact practice, the Halas Hall campus may be closed to fans. Ticket holders will be notified via email if the decision is made to close the campus to fans. The health and safety of our fans, players, coaches and all staff is our utmost priority. If the Halas Hall campus is closed due to inclement weather, tickets cannot be transferred to an alternate date.

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Nursing Station
A private nursing station will be available inside the Walter Payton Center for mama bears to comfortably nurse their little ones, courtesy of Advocate Health Care and the Chicago Bears Crib Club.

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Security
All attendees must pass a security check upon entry. Bags are subject to search upon entry.

See below for full list of PROHIBITED ITEMS:

  • Alcoholic Beverages & Palcohol
  • Balloons and Beach Balls
  • Bicycles / razor type scooters / motorized personal transportation device
  • Cannabis and Cannabis related products and smoking devices
  • Cans, bottles, or other beverage containers (water bottles allowed, contents to be checked)
  • Cameras with lenses that exceed 3" when fully extended
  • Chairs or any seating stools
  • Clothing or signage with offensive or vulgar language or that blocks fans' view
  • Confetti
  • Coolers
  • Fireworks, Smoke Bombs, Flares
  • Illegal Drugs
  • Laser Pens & Pointers
  • Noise-making Devices (ie: Horns, Whistles, etc.)
  • Opened cans, bottles or other beverage containers
  • Pets (animals not deemed to be Service animals with appropriate paperwork)
  • Poles of any kind, including selfie-sticks, tripods, banners, and flag poles
  • Smoking cigarettes, using smokeless cigarettes, e-cigarettes or chewing smokeless tobacco and vaping Devices
  • Umbrellas
  • Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ie: Drones)
  • Video or Movie Cameras
  • Wagons
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Any other items deemed to be dangerous or inappropriate

Management and security will have the sole discretion in turning away any items believed to affect public safety. If you have any questions at all about any items you are planning to bring with you, visit ChicagoBears.com and click on the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of the page. You can also call our Ticket Sales and Services Team directly at (847) 615-BEAR (2327).

The Bears cannot safeguard items which are not permitted to be brought into the venue. There will be no lockers on premises.

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(Video) Chicago Bears offensive line needs to show development at training camp

Video Recording
Video recording devices (including cell phones as recording devices) are not allowed. Still cameras with lenses more than 3 inches are prohibited at practice. Fans are welcome to use still photo cameras (with lenses less than 3 inches in length) for your personal enjoyment. Commercial use of any photos taken at practice is prohibited.

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Smoking
Smoking is strictly prohibited. Halas Hall is a smoke-free Campus.

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Strollers
Strollers are allowed.

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Tailgating
Tailgating will not be allowed at Hawthorn Mall or Halas Hall. Alcohol and glass are not allowed.

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Waivers
Some activities require a waiver to participate. Waivers must be signed by a parent or guardian for participants under the age of 18. Waivers will not be accepted for anyone under the age of 18 without an accompanying parent/guardian present.

Additional information regarding waivers will be communicated and updated here.

Wellness Tips from Advocate Health Care
At Camp, it's not just the players bringing heat. The sun and high temperatures can get in the way of you enjoying your day. To stay cool, keep these essential tips in mind:

  • Drink water before you're thirsty. Notable signs of dehydration include excess thirst, dark-colored urine and feeling dizzy, tired or woozy.
  • Fans are encouraged to use their own water bottles for water. You can use the bottle filling station at the Walter Payton Center. The Walter Payton Center will be open as a cooling zone for fans throughout practice.
  • Protect yourself against the sun. Apply sunscreen with at least SPF 30, and wear a baseball or wide-brim camp, sunglasses and light-colored clothing to help stay cool.
  • Recognize the signs of heat-related illnesses. Seek assistance if you experience heat cramps, excessive body temperature, nausea, confusion or trouble breathing.
  • And of course, don't forget to wash and sanitize your hands frequently.
  • If you need anything, feel free to head to the Advocate Health Care First Aid.
  • Find more health and wellness tips at Advocate's health enews

FAQs

Where do the Chicago Bears hold training camp? ›

Chicago Bears training camp 2022 is here, with fans, coaches, and players all getting ready to attend Halas Hall for their first look at the team. We've got everything you need to know about the Bears training camp for the 2022 season.

Can you visit Halas Hall? ›

Take an exclusive look inside Halas Hall and see the rich history of almost 100 years of dedication and tradition. The main drive into Halas Hall. A main focal point is the entry to the main lobby, featuring the classic Bears "C" on an impressive portico.

Do the Bears have an indoor practice facility? ›

Named after founder George Halas and designed by Peter Rose of Peter Rose + Partners, the building hosts the team's front office, as well as indoor and outdoor practice facilities.

Where do the Bears practice in Bourbonnais? ›

The Bears have been holding training camp at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais since 2002, shifting it from their previous summer home in Platteville, Wisconsin. That decision put Bourbonnais, a village of 18,000 people about 60 miles south of Chicago, on the map for football fans.

How do I get tickets for the 2022 Chicago Bears training camp? ›

Tickets for all 2022 Bears public training camp dates are on sale now at ChicagoBears.com/Camp. Fans can select up to four tickets per event date, based on availability. Unlike last year, there will not be a lottery for tickets. All tickets will be distributed as mobile tickets.

Can anyone go to Bears training camp? ›

All 11 public Training Camp practices require a FREE ticket for entry. A limited number of tickets will be made available online only through Ticketmaster on July 7 at 10AM CT. Tickets for all dates will be made available at that time.

Where should I stay for a Chicago Bears game? ›

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Are the Bears leaving Chicago? ›

-- While still in the early stages of development, the Chicago Bears are moving forward with their plan to eventually leave Soldier Field and build a new stadium in the northwest suburbs of Chicago on the 326-acre Arlington Park site.

Can you take a tour of Soldier Field? ›

Soldier Field offers both Classic Tours and VIP Tours. The Classic Tour takes guests through a tour of the south courtyard, visitor's locker room and interview room, the skyline suite, colonnades, and the field.

Where is Chicago Bears practice facility located? ›

Halas Hall has been a fixture in Lake Forest since 1979. The complex was named after long-time owner and coach of the Bears, George Halas, and was located on Lake Forest College's south campus. Since 1997, the Bears have called this new location by the I-94 Tri-State home.

Where did the Bears used to practice? ›

George Halas when the Bears held training camp at St. Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Indiana.

Where is the Chicago Bears headquarters? ›

Halas Hall in Lake Forest, Illinois is the Bears' headquarters.

Is Bears training camp still in Bourbonnais? ›

BOURBONNAIS — One of the final physical pieces of the Chicago Bears Summer Training Camp's time in Bourbonnais will disappear next week. At Monday's board of trustees meeting, Mayor Paul Schore said the water tower featuring "Bourbonnais Summer Home of the Chicago Bears" will be painted over.

Where is the Chicago Bears training camp 2021? ›

The Bears will host 2022 Enjoy Illinois Chicago Bears Training Camp at Halas Hall in Lake Forest from July 26 through Aug. 21.
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Bears announce 2022 training camp schedule.
DayDatePractice Time (CT)
WednesdayJuly 2710 a.m. practice (closed to public)
ThursdayJuly 2810 a.m. practice
FridayJuly 2910 a.m. practice
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Did the Bears practice in Platteville Wisconsin? ›

Prior to that, the Bears held camp at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville for 18 summers from 1984-2001.

What time do the Bears practice today? ›

Schedule
Tuesday, July 26Report day
Thursday, Aug. 18Bears at Seahawks – 7:00 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 19OFF DAY/NO AVAILABILITY
Saturday, Aug. 2010:00 a.m. practice
Sunday, Aug. 2110:00 a.m. practice (closed to public)
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Where is the Green Bay Packers training camp? ›

This marks Green Bay's 77th training camp, a tradition that began in 1946 under Curly Lambeau. As in the past, practices are scheduled to take place at Ray Nitschke Field and Packers Family Night will be at Lambeau Field.

Who do the Bears play in preseason? ›

The team plays its final preseason game against the Cleveland Browns on Saturday, Aug. 27 before gearing up for the regular season. Click here to follow the Under Center Podcast. The regular season starts today as the Bears prepare to face the San Francisco 49ers in the opening week of the NFL season.

Is training camp free? ›

Held once again at Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa, CA, open practices at 2022 Chargers Training Camp are free of charge. As in previous years, fans will need to pre-register for their free tickets. More information on availability and access can be found at chargers.com/camp.

How long is Bears training camp? ›

The Chicago Bears will return to Halas Hall for their annual training camp, which will run from July 27 through August 20. Chicago will welcome fans to camp for 11 open practices ranging from July 28 through August 21.

What hotel do the bears stay in Chicago? ›

Soldier Field is located in the heart of downtown Chicago's famed Grant Park on Museum Campus. If traveling to Soldier Field from the Best Western Grant Park Hotel, it is a 5-minute drive via S.

Can you walk to Soldier Field from a hotel? ›

7 answers. YES!!! it is probably a 15- 20 minute leisurely walk to Soldier Field. You and thousands of your closest friends will be making the same trek.

What is the smallest NFL stadium? ›

The smallest stadium is Soldier Field with a capacity of 61,500. In their normal configurations, all of the league's 30 stadiums have a seating capacity of at least 60,000 spectators; of those, a majority (17) have fewer than 70,000 seats, while eight have between 70,000 and 80,000 and five can seat 80,000 or more.

Will Bears move to Arlington Heights? ›

Phillips (left) and McCaskey (right) made clear the Bears are full-go on moving to Arlington Heights.

What will happen to Soldier Field if Bears move? ›

According to the mayor's office, improvements would include: Expanding seating from 61,500 seats up to 70,000 total seats including additional fan activation areas. Increasing the number of traditional suites from 133 to 140. Adding six new major club and experiential areas.

How much does it cost to tour Soldier Field? ›

Tour Soldier Field $15 – Classic Tour Pricing:

Adult (age 19-59): $15. Student (age 6-18): $10. Senior (60+): $10.

What happens if it rains at Soldier Field? ›

We will host the event rain or shine. Soldier Field personnel can prepare the stadium under reasonable weather conditions. In the event of any extreme inclement weather, Soldier Field will notify Respiratory Health Association and Hustle Chicago of any decisions within 24 hours of the event.

Can you bring water into Soldier Field? ›

If you have a ticket and are going inside the stadium, you can bring a water bottle only if it is unopened. If you're forced to ditch an open bottle, water fountains will be onsite and water bottles will be available for purchase from Soldier Field venders.

How do I contact the Chicago Bears? ›

Contact Us:
  1. PHONE. 847-615-BEAR (2327)
  2. E-MAIL. ticket.office@bears.nfl.net.
  3. Request Ticket Information.

What is Lake Forest Illinois known for? ›

One of Lake Forest's most notable features is its virgin prairies and other nature preserves. In 1967, a group of 12 long-time residents of Lake Forest formed a land conservation organization, Lake Forest Open Lands Association.

When did the Bears move to Lake Forest? ›

Lake Forest College remained the home of the Bears for nearly 20 years. The team acquired a 37-acre parcel of land to the west that was annexed to Lake Forest and built a larger, state-of-the-art Halas Hall in 1997.

What were Bears originally called? ›

The franchise that became the Bears was founded by businessman A.E. Staley in 1920 and was first known as the Decatur (Illinois) Staleys.

Where did the Bears practice before Halas Hall? ›

Training Camp Locations
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20202021Halas Hall
20022019Olivet Nazarene University
19842001UW Platteville
19751983Lake Forest College
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Where did the Chicago Bears play before Soldier Field? ›

For their first 51 seasons in Chicago, the Bears played in Wrigley Field, the famous home of the Chicago Cubs baseball team. Since 1971, with the exception of one season in 2002 during the stadium's renovation, they have played in Soldier Field in downtown Chicago.

How much are the Chicago Bears worth? ›

Chicago Bears fifth-most valuable team in the NFL via Forbes

The team is worth $5.8 billion, according to the article. Last season, the Bears ranked seventh in valuation.

How much were the Bears bought for? ›

In 1920, George Halas, one of the founders of the NFL, paid $100 to purchase the Chicago Bears from A.E. Staley. Almost a century later, ownership hasn't changed, as Halas eventually passed the reins down to his daughter. Today, the team is worth $1.3 billion, making that $100 among the most profitable ever spent.

What is Soldier Field in Chicago? ›

Soldier Field is a multi-purpose stadium on the Near South Side of Chicago, Illinois, United States. Opened in 1924, the stadium has served as the home of the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL) since 1971, as well as Chicago Fire FC of Major League Soccer (MLS) from 1998 to 2005 and since 2020.

Where is the Bears practice facility? ›

Halas Hall – Lake Forest, IL

The Chicago Bears are hosting the official 2022 Enjoy Illinois Training Camp at their year-round home in Lake County, Halas Hall.

Is training camp free? ›

Held once again at Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa, CA, open practices at 2022 Chargers Training Camp are free of charge. As in previous years, fans will need to pre-register for their free tickets. More information on availability and access can be found at chargers.com/camp.

Where did the Bears used to practice? ›

George Halas when the Bears held training camp at St. Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Indiana.

When did the Bears practice in Platteville? ›

Prior to that, the Bears held camp at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville for 18 summers from 1984-2001.

Is Bears training camp still in Bourbonnais? ›

BOURBONNAIS — One of the final physical pieces of the Chicago Bears Summer Training Camp's time in Bourbonnais will disappear next week. At Monday's board of trustees meeting, Mayor Paul Schore said the water tower featuring "Bourbonnais Summer Home of the Chicago Bears" will be painted over.

Are the Bears leaving Chicago? ›

-- While still in the early stages of development, the Chicago Bears are moving forward with their plan to eventually leave Soldier Field and build a new stadium in the northwest suburbs of Chicago on the 326-acre Arlington Park site.

How do I contact the Chicago Bears? ›

Contact Us:
  1. PHONE. 847-615-BEAR (2327)
  2. E-MAIL. ticket.office@bears.nfl.net.
  3. Request Ticket Information.

How do you buy training camp tickets? ›

To purchase tickets, fans can visit 49ers.com/camp.

Do you have to pay to watch NFL training camp? ›

Tickets are free but need to be reserved in advance.

Is it free to go to NFL training camp? ›

Tickets for Training Camp are free. To reserve your tickets click here. 2022 season tickets will be available for purchase at Chargers Training Camp.

What were Bears originally called? ›

The franchise that became the Bears was founded by businessman A.E. Staley in 1920 and was first known as the Decatur (Illinois) Staleys.

Where did the Bears practice before Halas Hall? ›

Training Camp Locations
FromToLocation
20202021Halas Hall
20022019Olivet Nazarene University
19842001UW Platteville
19751983Lake Forest College
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Where did the Chicago Bears play before Soldier Field? ›

For their first 51 seasons in Chicago, the Bears played in Wrigley Field, the famous home of the Chicago Cubs baseball team. Since 1971, with the exception of one season in 2002 during the stadium's renovation, they have played in Soldier Field in downtown Chicago.

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