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Bears Tickets for a Taste Of Football In Chitown
by: Al Terry




Once the NFL season begins Bears tickets become the pride of Chicago. They play in the NFC North Division of the National Football Conference and currently play their home games at Soldier Field The team has a great history for the city, including nine American football league championships, which includes the Super Bowl XX victory. The Bears hold records in the NFL for most Hall Of Famer's (26), retired jerseys and regular season as well as overall wins of any NFL franchise.

The Bears In America

Bears tickets gained great popularity during the 1980's as the team became a fixture for pop culture in the U.S. After the 1985 Super Bowl XX championship they became well known to the mainstream through many sketch comedy acts. The club became most known for their memorable song "The Super Bowl Shuffle." which would go on to hit number forty-one on the Billboard Hot 100 as well as be nominated for a Grammy Award. Furthermore, worth noting is Billy Dee Williams acting role for playing Gale Sayers in the legendary 1971 sports film "Brian's Song."

Early History

The Chicago Bears started out as the Decatur Staleys in 1919. They were named and established by the A. E. Staley food starch Company located in Decatur, Illinois. In 1920 the company hired George Halas and Edward Sternaman to run the day-today operations. The club would move to Chicago in 1921 and be renamed George Halas and Edward "Dutch" Sternaman the " Chicago Staleys". Halas would soon reach agreement with Staley and purchase ownership of the team, renaming them the "Chicago Bears" in homage to Chicago's baseball team the Cubs. The franchise had great success in the early years and was the most dominate team in the league. They would also create one of the biggest American professional sports rivalries with the Green Bay Packers.

Stadiums

The Cubs home ballpark of Wrigley Field sold Bears tickets for 50 years. The team would eventually move to its own stadium "Soldier Park" in 1971. The AFL-NFL Merger required that NFL teams have home venues, which could hold a seating capacity of at least 50,000. In 2002 Soldier Field went through mass renovations leaving only the exterior walls of the stadium original. The freshly rebuilt venue opened again for business on September 27, 2003 and quickly became known as "New Soldier Field" to Bears fans and sports media.

Today Bears tickets are widely sold across the Internet for all games. Big games of the season such as the Packers rivalry are quick to sell out and tough to get. If looking forward to catching a game and watch the strategies unfold across the gridiron of Soldier Field make sure to book seats, as soon as they go on sale. You can still find great seats at reasonable prices even for the most desired games of the NFL season last minute if need be. Just make sure to use a licensed ticket broker and try to avoid any online scams.

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The author writes many articles about concert events around the country including ways to locate Bears Tickets and Show News for fans. His resources include news and events about the show and different ways to find information for Bears tickets and news online.
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