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On the heels of road clashes against the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants, the Atlanta Falcons will return to the Georgia Dome on Oct. 12 to host yet another NFC foe in the Chicago Bears. The squads have not met since 2011, while Atlanta has not hosted the Bears since 2009. Chicago leads the closely contested series, 13-12, and has won four of the last six head-to-head matchups with the Falcons. For Atlanta, the game marks the first of just two home games scheduled for October, with the Bears' divisional foe, Detroit, set for the month's other Georgia Dome showdown on Oct. 26 leading into a bye.
Georgia Dome Seating Information
Choose between three distinct levels of Georgia Dome seating for Bears vs Falcons on Oct. 12. The stadium offers a spacious Lower Level comprised of Sections 101-140, followed by the Mezzanine and Club Levels which together make up the 200 Level, and then lastly, the Upper Level makes up the furthermost seating across Sections 301-352. All tiers of Georgia Dome seating completely encircle the playing field. Suites may also be available for Falcons-Bears and will be denoted as such in the listings.
Georgia Dome General Information
The Georgia Dome Service Centers located inside the venue are available to assist guests on game day. For the safety of all fans, anyone entering the stadium is subject to search to ensure safety policies are followed. The Georgia Dome enforces all NFL rules and guidelines regarding prohibited bags and other items not permitted include coolers, umbrellas, noisemakers, large banners, and outside food and drink.
Georgia Dome Parking Information
The Georgia Dome offers multiple parking lots for guests planning to drive on Oct. 12. Plan ahead by purchasing a parking pass from the marketplace, which will allow you to choose the specific lot in which you'd like a spot. Parking lots typically open five hours prior to kick off. Tailgating is allowed only in the blue and yellow lots but is not permitted in covered parking areas. Guests can also take MARTA public transit buses or trains that run directly to and from the venue.
Georgia Dome Gate Times
Gates usually open about two hours before the start of games, but times are subject to change for Bears vs Falcons on Oct. 12.