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In the first matchup of the 2014 season between these two NFC North rivals, the Chicago Bears will look to defend their home turf when the Green Bay Packers pay a visit to Soldier Field on Sept. 28. The Packers have enjoyed the upper hand in the series over the last couple seasons, having won seven of their last eight games against the Bears, though Chicago made sure to keep busy in the offseason, working to revamp the roster on both sides of the ball.
Soldier Field Seating Information
Enjoy a close-up view of the action on Sept. 28 by securing seats in the Lower Level containing 100-level seating that encircles the playing field. From there, the Media Deck comprises Sections 228-246, while the Club Level includes Sections 202-216 and 301-317. The Grandstand is made up of Sections 330-344 and 427-447, and the Colonnade features Sections 218-226, 248-256, 318-326 and 348-357. Sections on all levels ending in 01-17 are located on the visitor's sideline, while those ending in 27-44 face the Bears' sideline. All other sections are situated near the end zones. Accessible seating is usually available throughout the stadium.
Soldier Field General Information
Per the NFL's league-wide stadium policy, fans may not bring backpacks, purses, or other bags to the Bears-Packers game, but you may carry your belongings in clear plastic bags or one-gallon freezer bags. Items such as alcoholic beverages, coolers, noisemakers, professional cameras, recording devices and strollers are generally prohibited. Smoking and re-entry also is not permitted at Soldier Field.
Soldier Field Parking Information
Parking for Bears vs Packers should be available in the North Garage, South Parking Lot, Waldron Parking Deck, East Museum Lot and Adler Planetarium Lot, all for a fee. Some of the lots in close proximity to the stadium usually require a previously issues parking pass. You can usually park up to four hours before kickoff.
Soldier Field Gate Times
Soldier Field gates usually open 90 minutes before kickoff, though this is subject to change without notice for the Bears-Packers game on Sept. 28.