Chicago Bears Home Schedule 2019
The Chicago Bears open their 2019 NFL season at home on Thursday Night Football in a NFC North divisional matchup against the Green Bay Packers (Sept. 5). Their next home divisional matchup is Week 4 against the Minnesota Vikings (Sept. 29). Following a Week 6 bye, Chicago hosts two teams coming off playoff berths with the New Orleans Saints (Oct. 20) in Week 7 and the Los Angeles Chargers (Oct. 27) in Week 8.
Chicago’s last home division matchup is Week 10 against the Detroit Lions (Nov. 10). The Bears face another two playoff teams from last season at home toward the end of the season with the Dallas Cowboys (Dec. 5) on Thursday Night Football in Week 14 and the Kansas City Chiefs (Dec. 22) in Week 16.
2019 Chicago Bears Home Schedule
|Preseason||Thu, Aug. 8||vs. Carolina Panthers||7:00 PM|
|Preseason||Thu, Aug. 29||vs. Tennessee Titans||7:00 PM|
|Week 1||Thu, Sept. 5||vs. Green Bay Packers||7:20 PM|
|Week 4||Sun, Sept. 29||vs. Minnesota Vikings||3:25 PM|
|Week 7||Sun, Oct. 20||vs. New Orleans Saints||3:25 PM|
|Week 8||Sun, Oct. 27||vs. Los Angeles Chargers||12:00 PM|
|Week 10||Sun, Nov. 10||vs. Detroit Lions||12:00 PM|
|Week 12||Sun, Nov. 24||vs. New York Giants||12:00 PM|
|Week 14||Thu, Dec. 5||vs. Dallas Cowboys||7:20 PM|
|Week 16||Sun, Dec. 22||vs. Kansas City Chiefs||7:20 PM|
Chicago Bears at Soldier Field
The Bears, founded in 1920, play at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. The stadium seats more than 61,000 and opened in 1924, though the stadium’s interior underwent major renovations in 2002. The name “Soldier Field” was given to the stadium to honor U.S. soldiers who died in combat. A storied franchise, the Bears hold the NFL record for the most players enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and most retired jersey numbers.
Chicago Bears Seating Chart – Soldier Field
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