The Chicago Bears are a one of the NFL’s professional football team located in Halas Hall, Lake Forest, Chicago, Illinois. When it comes to football, people mainly think about the present status of each of the teams, uniforms, mascots and future of each team, as well as their hopes and dreams for the team, or teams, they have a strong affinity towards. While some fans do remember past games, they rarely think about the origins and beginnings of any of those teams.
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Everything you need to know more about the Chicago Bears football.
The Chicago Bears first season: 1920
The team established in September 17, 1920
Bears home ground: Soldier Field,Chicago, Illinois
Chicago Bears headquarter in Halas Hall, Lake Forest, Illinois.
Bears colors: Navy blue, burnt orange and white.
Team song: “Bear Down, Chicago Bears”
Mascot: Staley Da Bear
Owner: Virginia Halas McCaskey
Chairman: George McCaskey
President: Ted Phillips
General manager: Ryan Pace
Head coach: Matt Nagy
Team nicknames: Da Bears, The Monsters of the Midway
Super Bowl championships: The Chicago Bears win super bowl in 1985 (XX).
Official website: ChicagoBears.com
How can I listen Chicago Bears football Radio.
Chicago Bears Network Radio affiliates WBBM (780 AM)/WCFS-FM (105.9 FM), WRTO (1200 AM) / WVIV-FM (93.5 FM), WSCR (670 AM).
How much are tickets for the Chicago Bears?
The Chicago Bears average price of season tickets will be $108.44 per ticket.
In Decatur, Illinois in 1920, 180 miles south of Chicago, the Chicago Bears were founded. They are one of only two franchises from the founding of the NFL remaining, with the other being the Arizona Cardinals. However,their logo was not introduced until 30 years later in the early 1950s, which was a bear on a baseball, but the ‘C’ logo was first introduced in 1962.
The Chicago Bears has a number of records associated with them, such as the most consecutive games played by a Bear team member, the largest margin of victory in a game and a coach who holds the record for coaching the most seasons and having the most career victories. Steve McMichael holds the most games played by a team member at an astonishing 191 games. The largest margin of victory in a game was with the Washington Redskins where the Bears won 73-0. George Halas, one of the former owners, coached 40 seasons and had 324 career victories.
Since the team is nearly 100 years old, it is only natural that they were bound to pick up a few rivals. The Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings are their divisional rivals, which mean they are in the same division. Their other rivals are the San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Indianapolis Colts, and New York Giants. A historic rival of theirs, with the Arizona Cardinals, existed when they were both in the same city.
Regardless of how fans now view the team, it’s long enduring history makes it surprising that there aren’t more fans, or that it is not as often talked about as the other teams.