Soldier Field Parking

Soldier Field

Parking at Soldier Field Chicago Bears

Soldier Field is home to the Chicago Bears NFL team in Chicago, Illinois and is the second oldest NFL stadium in the game. The arena is out on 1410 S Museum Campus Drive, Chicago, Illinois. Soldier Field is about 10 miles south of Wrigley Field where the Chicago Cubs play and 3.5 miles north of Guaranteed Rate Field where the Chicago White Sox play.


If you are looking for Wrigley Field Parking or Guaranteed Rate Field Parking, you can check out those links. In addition to baseball teams, Chicago is also home to an NHL and NBA team. If you are looking for United Center Parking for either team, you can check out that link.


Soldier Field Handicap Parking

There are ADA parking spaces available in all parking garages that have wheelchair ramps. Bears fans will need to show a valid parking pass and state-issued license plate to leave their vehicle in the parking lots. Accessible parking options for games are at a first-come-first-served basis, so its best to arrive early to Chicago Bears football games.


Can you Tailgate at the Stadium?

Tailgating is part of the fan experience when coming to a Chicago Bears football games and other sporting events. Tailgating is allowed on all official surface lots and the upper level of the Waldron Deck for Soldier Field events. Parking spaces open up four hours before kick-off, so it’s best to arrive early to the Chicago Bears Football ball for tailgating.


How Much is Chicago Bears Parking?

To reserve your parking spot, visit the Soldier Field SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up. 

If you plan to park in the Soldier Field parking lots, you can expect to pay $30. Fans looking to save money on parking can venture out to the 15 E 14th PL parking lots. These parking lots go as low as $15, but are a twenty minute walk to the venue.


Should I Take Public Transportation?

There are many public transportation options for Bears fans to use to get to the stadium. The CTA bus red, green, and orange routes bring fans to Roosevelt Station. Roosevelt Station is about a 15-minute walk to the stadium, so it’s a great option. Bear Fans can also take the Metra on game day to the stadium. The train has stations between University Park and Kensington as wells, so the train is a popular choice.


Popular NFL Matches for the Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears draw in many fans into their stadium each year. Games against the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, and Dallas Cowboys are popular matches. Tennessee Titans, New Orleans Saints, Los Angeles Chargers, New York Giants, and Washington Redskins are popular too. Preseason Bears games have less demand for tickets, so check out the schedule.