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Soldier Field Seating Charts

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Buy Tickets to Soldier Field

Tickets to Soldier Field events are available now at Event Tickets Center! Oftentimes, Soldier Field shows are difficult to come by. But, Event Tickets Center has a variety of tickets available for the next several events at the venue. Prices start at $15, but can range all the way up to $7729. So, you need to act fast before ticket prices rise. If you are on the fence about going to see a Soldier Field event, we have conveniently laid out some of the most important information about the venue. Check out insider information about parking, concessions, seating, rideshare, public transportation, bag policy, amenities, and more! Find the event you want to attend in the event list above, so you can purchase your tickets to go see your next Soldier Field event live!

About Soldier Field

Located in Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field is a stadium that first opened its doors in 1924. Currently, it’s under the ownership of the Chicago Park District.


Soldier Field Seating

Soldier Field has a total capacity of 61,500. However, this number can vary for events with unique venue configurations. Also known as , it is an open venue with a natural grass playing surface.

Before the venue was named Soldier Field, it was also known as Municipal Grant Park Stadium.


Teams and Events at Soldier Field

Soldier Field is the home to the Chicago Bears (NFL) and Chicago Fire FC (MLS). The venue serves as the stage for football and soccer events, along with the ability to host many other functions.


Getting into Soldier Field

Want to ensure a smooth entry to Soldier Field? We've got you covered! From security to accessibility, we've compiled all the info you need for a hassle-free arrival.


Security at Soldier Field

Security at Soldier Field is taken very seriously. All guests are required to go through security checks before entering the venue. Typically, security checkpoints tend to get longer as you get closer to the start time of the event. We recommend planning ahead so you don’t miss anything. Please note that Soldier Field has a strict bag policy.


Soldier Field Bag Policy & Prohibited Items

Only clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bags that are no larger than 12" x 6" x 12" are allowed. This includes clear backpacks, clear fanny packs, and clear cinch bags.


What to Bring to Soldier Field

When you come to an event at Soldier Field, make sure to bring your ticket and a valid ID, especially if you intend to purchase alcohol. We recommend bringing a credit or debit card and also some cash. Because this is an outdoor venue, it can get a little cold during the winter months (and sometimes year round), so we recommend checking the weather report to consider bringing extra layers and maybe even a blanket. Plus, it might be worth it to carry a rain jacket or poncho just in case the weather changes.


Is Soldier Field ADA Accessible?

Soldier Field is committed to providing a comfortable experience for all guests. Assistive listening is available, and so is sensory accessibility. The venue is ADA compliant, too. Typically, Soldier Field has special seating and preferred entry gates for these patrons. Be sure to check the policy for your specific event for more information.


Soldier Field Experience

Your experience at Soldier Field extends beyond the event itself. Discover delicious food and drinks, convenient transportation options, and more to create an unforgettable memory.


Food and Beverage at Soldier Field

Soldier Field offers a tempting selection of food and drinks. From refreshing non-alcoholic beverages to drinks like beer, wine and mixed drinks, and an assortment of food and snacks, you'll be sure to find something to satisfy your taste buds.


Payment Methods Accepted at Soldier Field

Soldier Field primarily operates on a cashless basis. This implies that while some vendors may still accept cash, most onsite purchases are done with digital wallets or debit and credit cards. Although Soldier Field accepts most credit cards (such as Visa and Mastercard), it is prudent to carry a small amount of cash for tipping and for the few vendors that might accept it inside and outside the venue.


Are There Phone Charging Stations at Soldier Field?

Yes, Soldier Field is equipped with phone charging stations throughout. They are usually located in the concourse. However, it’s important to note that these charging stations may require a small fee, so we suggest fully charging your device before arriving at the venue.


Is There Wi-Fi Available?

Indeed, the venue provides Wi-Fi access. We suggest connecting to the Wi-Fi network immediately upon arrival, as cellular service can sometimes be unreliable.


How to Get to Soldier Field

Soldier Field is located at 1410 S. Museum Campus Drive, Chicago, Illinois, 60605. We've got you covered with all the options to get there, from public transportation to convenient rideshares.


Soldier Field Parking Details

Soldier Field has plenty of parking options nearby. Many event-goers will utilize onsite parking, while others will use nearby public parking. Parking prices can range depending on where you decide to park and may even be free for some events. We have outlined some of the closest parking options for Soldier Field visitors. They are Museum Campus, SP+ Parking, SP+ Parking, North Garage (Museum Campus) and SP+ Parking.


How Early Should I Get to Soldier Field?

Arrival times may vary depending on the event, but we recommend arriving at the venue about an hour before the scheduled start time. This gives you some breathing room in case of traffic congestion, parking difficulties, visits to the merchandise store, or if you want to grab some food and drinks before the event starts.

If you plan on tailgating, we recommend getting to Soldier Field even earlier, so you can enjoy the full pregame experience!


Can You Tailgate at Soldier Field?

Soldier Field permits tailgating. However, the regulations concerning open flames, grills, and open containers can differ depending on local laws. Specific events may also have different rules, so reviewing the venue's particular guidelines is always wise when planning your tailgate. Remember that the goal is to create an enjoyable and safe environment for all event attendees.


Rideshare Drop-off and Pickup Location

At Soldier Field, there are specific pick-up locations for rideshare users. You’ll find the designated pick-up spots at the 18th Street turnaround west of Lake Shore Drive and at Balbo and Columbus Drives. Ride-sharing and taxis can only pick up passengers after the event at Balbo and Columbus Drives north of Soldier Field. Using rideshare to attend an event is a great option because it eliminates the stress of finding parking, which can often be scarce and expensive. Additionally, ridesharing promotes safety by providing reliable transportation if you plan on drinking alcohol during your visit.


Closest Bus Stop to Soldier Field

For a budget-friendly option, the nearest bus stop is located at Roosevelt Orange/Red/Green Line Station (Chicago, IL 60605, USA). This bus station is located 1.3 mi from the venue.


Closest Train Stop to Soldier Field

You can find the nearest train/metro station at 18th St. (Chicago, IL 60616, USA). This station is located 1.8 mi from the venue. One of the biggest benefits of taking the train is that it is rarely late, and you never have to deal with unforeseen traffic or parking issues.


Soldier Field Surrounding Area

A stone’s throw away from Soldier Field, a variety of restaurants await, serving everything from local specialties to global dishes. Whether you’re in the mood for a fast snack before the event or a gourmet meal, there’s a choice for every taste. The vicinity also features a selection of hotels, providing a handy option for guests from out of town. With everything from high-end lodgings to economical choices, there’s a suitable resting place for every traveler.


Nearby Restaurants to Soldier Field

Soldier Field is surrounded by great restaurants and bars ready for any pre-event or post-event activities. Here are the top rated bars and/or restaurants close to the venue: Kosher Grill at section 325, Wing Baskets at section 301, Budlong Chicken at section 240, Chicago Cocktail Company sections 126, 323, 353, 441 DMK Burger Bar sections 133 and 216, Robinson’s No. 1 Ribs sections 122 and 439, Kronos Gyros sections 103, 126, 440, Chicago Cocktail Company sections 126, 323, 353 and 441.

FAQs about Soldier Field

Where is the Chicago Fire FC Sideline at Soldier Field?

The Chicago Fire FC home bench is located in front of Section 134, Section 136, Section 138, and Section 140 and the away team bench is in front of Section 107, Section 108, Section 110, and Section 111.


How many seats are at Soldier Field for concerts?

A concert at Soldier Field can seat up to 70,000 people.


What are club seats at Soldier Field?

Soldier Field club seats are located in in sections 202-216 and 301-317 and have comfortable seats with great views and include upscale food and beverage.


How many rows are in 400 level at Soldier Field?

The 400 level at Soldier Field rows range from 32 to 37 rows.


What is the United Club at Soldier Field?

Soldier Field United Club seats are located in in sections 202-216 and 301-317 and have comfortable seats with great views and include upscale food and beverage.


Are there elevators at Soldier Field?

Yes there are elevators at Soldier Field.


What is the media deck at Soldier Field?

The media deck at Soldier Field are all the covered 200 level sections on the Bears side of the field.


What sections of Soldier Field are covered?

The sections that are covered at Soldier Field are sections 228-246, 101-117, 202-216 and the entire Media Deck.


Does Soldier Field have a retractable roof?

No, Soldier Field is an open air stadium.


Who plays at Soldier Field?

The Chicago Bears are the home team at the Soldier Field.


Are VIP Packages or Accessible Seating offered at Soldier Field?

Soldier Field VIP seating packages and accessible seating section locations may vary per event. Please click the seating chart below or contact our customer service department to discuss options for accessible seating or VIP package purchases.


What is the alcohol policy at Soldier Field?

Alcohol is strictly prohibited from being carried into Soldier Field. Individuals must be 21 or older and show proper identification to purchase or consume alcoholic beverages. There is a maximum of two alcoholic beverages per purchase from vendors and concession stands.


What is the lost and found policy at Soldier Field?

Lost and found items can be turned in at any Soldier Field gate. Items will be held for 30 days before being donated to charity.


What items are prohibited at Soldier Field?

The following items are prohibited at Soldier Field:

  • Drones
  • Any outside alcoholic beverages, including powdered alcohol or Palcohol
  • All weapons and firearms
  • Non NFL-approved bags
  • Seat cushions with pockets, flaps, or zippered covers
  • Beach balls
  • Balloons
  • Cameras with larger than 6” fully extended lenses
  • Illegal drugs


What is the bag policy at Soldier Field?

Only clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bags that are no larger than 12" x 6" x 12" are allowed. This includes clear backpacks, clear fanny packs, and clear cinch bags.


Where is Soldier Field located?

The stadium is located at 1410 Special Olympics Dr, Chicago, IL 60605


What is the Soldier Field seating capacity?

The seating capacity of Soldier Field is approximately 61,500 for football games, though this number can vary depending on the event. It’s the smallest-capacity stadium in the NFL.


Is there parking available at Soldier Field?

Yes, Soldier Field has parking lots available for visitors. However, parking availability, fees, and options may vary depending on the event. It's a good idea to check event-specific information for details.


What are the public transportation options for getting to Soldier Field?

Soldier Field is easily accessible via public transportation, including buses and Chicago's "L" train system. The CTA Roosevelt Station (Red, Orange, and Green lines) is a 15-minute walk away from the stadium. You can also get to Soldier Field using the #128 Soldier Field Express, serving both Union Station and the Ogilvie Transportation Center. If you're coming from downtown Chicago, take the #146 Inner Drive/Michigan Express buses that connect with Roosevelt Station.


What food and beverages are available at Soldier Field?

During events, various concession stands and food options are available throughout the stadium. These typically include a range of food and beverage choices to suit different preferences, such as sodas and craft beers.


What security measures are in place at Soldier Field?

For the safety of all visitors, security measures are enforced at Soldier Field. These may include bag checks, metal detectors, and the presence of security personnel. Arriving early is recommended to allow time for security procedures.


Is Soldier Field accessible for individuals with disabilities?

Yes, Soldier Field is equipped with facilities to accommodate visitors with disabilities. This includes accessible seating, ramps, elevators, and other accommodations. There are also accessible parking options available.


What other events are hosted at Soldier Field?

Aside from Chicago Bears and Chicago Fire FC games, Soldier Field hosts various events such as concerts and college football games. Event schedules can vary, so it's recommended to check the official website for upcoming events.


Is Soldier Field a cashless venue?

The 2023 season brings a new cashless policy to the stadium: all Soldier Field concession stands and shops will now be cash-free. Visitors can exchange their cash for a Visa prepaid card either at the Ticket Office window inside Gate 8 or at Bears Pro Shops. Accepted payment options include debit and credit cards and, where available, mobile wallets.


What’s new at Soldier Field in 2023?

It’s not so much about what’s been updated at Soldier Field as it is, what’s the future of the venue as home of the Chicago Bears. At the moment, the future is murky as the Bears have started to invest in property in the outlying suburbs and city officials look to keep the team playing at Soldier Field with glitzy pitches that showcase domed overhauls to the historic venue.


What’s the future of Soldier Field?

There are proposed plans from city leaders for a major renovation at Soldier Stadium, including a glass dome, food halls, club lounges, an entertainment district, and a transit hub, besides an expanded seating capacity of 70,0000. Meanwhile, the Chicago Bears purchased land in Arlington, IL, in an attempt to build a domed stadium that could host signature events like the Final Four, Super Bowl, and College Football Playoffs. It’s unclear at this point whether the Bears will continue to call Soldier Field their home, move to the Arlington location, or even secure another location somewhere else in Chicagoland.

Event Dates and Pricing Information

Performer Date Price Tickets Available
Chicago Fire FC May 29, 2024 From $15 1,808
Mexico May 31, 2024 From $87 6,489
Chicago Fire FC Jun 1, 2024 From $23 1,753
Argentina Jun 9, 2024 From $127 7,539
Kenny Chesney Jun 15, 2024 From $114 2,831
Billy Joel Jun 21, 2024 From $185 3,938
The Rolling Stones Jun 27, 2024 From $137 3,135
The Rolling Stones Jun 30, 2024 From $130 5,909
Chicago Fire FC Jul 3, 2024 From $35 3,448
Chicago Fire FC Jul 13, 2024 From $26 2,808