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Following a two-game road stint, the Chicago Bears will return home to Soldier Field in Week 7 to host the Miami Dolphins in an afternoon clash on Oct. 19. It has been four years since the squads last met on the gridiron, and the matchup also will mark the first to be played in the Windy City since 2006. Overall, the Bears and Dolphins have only faced off 11 times, with Miami owning a 7-4 series advantage, including a 16-0 win during the last outing back in 2010.
Soldier Field Seating Information
Spacious Soldier Field offers plenty of seating options for Bears vs Dolphins on Oct. 19. Enjoy the game from near the Bears' sideline, which will be by Lower Level Sections 131-143, or opt to sit by the Patriots bench in Sections 104-114. In all, the Lower Level spans from Sections 101-155 and is the only tier that completely encircles the playing field. Meanwhile, the Colonnade consists of Sections 218-226, 248-256, 318-326, and 349-356, all of which are located on the sidelines, and the Media Deck on the Bears side can be found across Sections 228-246. Lastly, two tiers of the Club Level can be found in Sections 202-216 and 301-317, and the Grandstand is comprised of Sections 330-344 and 427-447.
Soldier Field General Information
Be aware that all game attendees and belongings may be subject to search upon entering Soldier Field for Bears-Dolphins. Standard prohibited items include coolers, umbrellas, video cameras, laser pointers, and noisemakers, just to name a few. Guests may not bring any bags into the stadium except for a small clutch purse, one-gallon plastic bag, and any other NFL-approved transparent tote or shoulder bag. Small still cameras and binoculars are generally permitted.
Soldier Field Parking Information
For fans wishing to drive to Soldier Field, plentiful on-site and nearby parking is available in the South Parking Lot, North Garage, East Museum Lot, Waldron Parking Deck, Adler Planetarium and Burnham Harbor Lot, all on a first-come, first-served basis. Fees may vary per game and usually lots are cash only. All parking lots typically open four hours before games get underway. Peruse the listings on this page for any available parking passes for sale in advance of the contest.
Soldier Field Gate Times
Soldier Field usually opens its gates 90 minutes before kickoff, but this is subject to change ahead of Bears vs Dolphins on Oct. 19.