Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions
Thu. Nov 27, 2014 12:30 PM Ford Field, Detroit MI

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Be there live when NFC North Rivals Chicago and Detroit collide on Thanksgiving afternoon (Nov. 27) inside Ford Field. While the Lions have long been a regular fixture for the holiday, the Bears haven't competed on Thanksgiving since 2004. The matchup will be the first in the annual series for the divisional foes, and will mark the first head-to-head meeting since Detroit completed the season sweep a year ago for the first time since 2007.

Ford Field Seating Information

Ford Field offers three levels of seating for the Bears vs Lions game on Nov. 27. The Lower Level (100) wraps completely around the field, with the 50-yard-line located by Sections 106 on the Lions sideline and 127 on the opposite side. End zone seating can be found in Sections 114-119 and 135-140. The following 200 Level consists of the Mezzanine (215-225 and 236-246) and Club (226-235). Typically, Club seat ticket holders have access to special lounges and extended dining options, among other special features. The final Upper Level of Ford Field then includes both standard (333-347 and 315-329) and club (330-332) sections. Note that Section 315 is generally designated as the family fun zone with amenities tailored to families with young children.

Ford Field General Information

In conjunction with the NFL's policy, pre-determined items are prohibited from being brought inside Ford Field. Typically, permitted items include transparent bags no larger than 12 in. x 12 in. x 6 in., small clutch bags, and clear, one-gallon-sized plastic freezer bags. Seat cushions, outside food and drink, aerosol cans, recreational balls of any type, banners, and cameras with lenses over five inches will not be allowed inside.

Ford Field Parking Information

Ford Field manages a variety of parking lots and garages for those wishing to drive to see Bears vs Lions. Municipal and private lots are also located close to the stadium. Most parking areas open roughly three hours before the game's scheduled kick-off time, however tailgating is prohibited in lots adjacent to the venue.

Ford Field Gate Times

Stadium gates typically open two hours before the start of events, but this is subject to change in advance of the matchup on Nov. 27.

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