in Chicago, IL (showing 1 - 9 out of 9)

If you’re a sports fan, your trip wouldn’t be complete without paying a visit to the local stadiums. Check out where the pros play or hit a game or two while you’re in town!

Visit the sports venues in the area without a hitch by checking the address and driving directions below.

The venues in our directory also feature other events from time to time, like concerts and street fairs. Check their websites to find out more information!

Chicago Bears

1410 S Museum Campus Dr
Chicago, IL 60605   Directions

(847) 615-2327


See the most winning-est franchise in the NFL strut their stuff on the field. The Chicago Bears are one of the most popular teams in the league and have won over 700 games since 1920. The sports team throws down at Soldier Field.

The Chicago Bears are in the NFC North Division of the National Football League. The franchise was founded in 1919 in Decatur and moved to Chicago in 1921; along with the Arizona Cardinals, the Bears are the only remaining franchise from the NFL's founding.

The team holds league records for the most Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees, with 26 members, and the most retired jersey numbers with 13. In 2010, the team celebrated its 700th regular season win - more than any other NFL franchise. The Bears plays at Soldier Field.

Famous NFL Hall of Famers include club founder George Halas, Dick Butkus, Walter Payton, Mike Singletary, and Mike Ditka.

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Chicago Blackhawks

1901 W Madison St
Chicago, IL 60612   Directions

(312) 455-7000


Check out the tough guys on the Chicago Blackhawks. The NHL team has earned four Stanley Cups, proving they know how to win. The sports team tears up the ice at the United Center.

Chicago Bulls

1901 W Madison St
Chicago, IL 60612   Directions

(312) 455-4000


Add to the roar of the crowd at a Chicago Bulls game. The NBA team is one of the most famed sports franchises from the '90s. They won six NBA Championships by earning two three-peats. This amazing historic record was led by legendary player Michael Jordan and legendary coach Phil Jackson. See the Bulls in action at the United Center.

The Chicago Bulls are a franchise of the National Basketball Association that was founded in 1966. The team plays in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference. Home games are played at Chicago's United Center.

The team reigned supreme in the 1990s when Phil Jackson coached the team led by NBA legends Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. The Bulls won six championships in eight years, including two three-peats and became the only team in NBA history to win at least 70 games in a single season during the 1995-96 season. Phil Jackson is now the coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, who have also been a successful, championship winning team. Chicago Bulls Hall of Famers include Nate Thurmond, George Gervin, Robert Parish, Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and coach Phil Jackson. Both Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen's numbers have been retired.

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Chicago Cubs

1060 W Addison St
Chicago, IL 60613   Directions

(800) 843-2827


Watch the Chicago Cubs take another whack at a World Series during a game this season. The Cubs have yet to win a World Series but loyal sports fans keep the historic Wrigley Field booming on game days.

The Chicago Cubs play in Major League Baseball's National League in the Central Division. The famous Wrigley Field is the host of their home games. They are one of the oldest active teams in major North American sports, and one of two MLB teams based in Chicago, sharing the city with the Chicago White Sox.

The Cubs claim the not-so-grand honor of experiencing the longest championship drought in American professional sports history, having gone 102 years without winning the World Series.

But the team is, of course a hometown favorite, with fans often referring to the Cubs as the "Lovable Losers."

The club is synonymous with one of the most famous ballparks in baseball history, Wrigley Field. To their credit and staying power, the Chicago Cubs are the oldest active team in major North American sports still currently in its original city.

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Chicago Fire

7000 Harlem Ave
Bridgeview, IL 60455   Directions

(708) 594-7200


Checkout the Chicago Fire soccer club of the MLS at the awesome Toyota Park stadium where the funnest game in the world is played. Watch notable veteran international and American players as well as upcoming young players.

Chicago White Sox

333 W 35th St
Chicago, IL 60616   Directions

(312) 674-1000


You'll find plenty more than peanuts and Cracker Jacks at this ballpark. Head to U.S. Cellular Field and watch the Chicago White Sox dominate at home. The championship sports team has won three World Series titles and a number of American League pennants.

The U.S. Cellular Field is located in Chicago's Armour Square neighborhood and serves as the home field for Major League Baseball's Chicago White Sox. After over 80 years at the original Comiskey Park, the franchise moved to the new field in 1991. The name of the field changed to U.S. Cellular Field in 2003 but many fans and even sportscasters still refer to the field as Comiskey Park.

The ballpark is full of attractions and features to entertain guests. A few places of interest are the PrivateBank Fan Deck, Rain Room, Comcast Fundamentals Deck, Miller Lite Bullpen Sports Bar, The Patio, Jim Beam Club, TBD's Sports Garden, The Stadium Club, Majestic Custom T-Shirt Shop, The Two Blue Seats, White Sox Champions Brick Plaza, and Old Comiskey Park's home plate. White Sox fans might want to take the time to check out sculptures of baseball legends like Minnie Minoso, Carlton Fisk, Charles Comiskey, Luis Aparicio, Nellie Fox, Billy Pierce, and Harold Baines.

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Chicago Wolves

6920 N Mannheim Rd
Rosemont, IL 60018   Directions

(847) 724-4625


The Chicago Wolves don't puck around: They have had decades of consistent success on the ice since the team was formed in 1994. Watch the championship sports team battle in the rink at the Allstate Arena with some of the most prominent names in American hockey, like Chris Chelios, Troy Murray and Rob Brown.

Hawthorne Race Course

3501 S Laramie Ave
Cicero, IL 60804   Directions

(708) 780-3700


Enjoy live racing and simulcasting at Hawthorne Race Course, a thoroughbred horse racetrack with a one-mile dirt oval and a seven-furlong turf oval. The main track homestretch is 1,320 feet, one of the longest in the country.

Wrigley Field

1060 W Addison St
Chicago, IL 60613   Directions

(800) 843-2827


Catch a Chicago Cubs game at the historic Wrigley Field, built in 1914 and the home of the MLB Chicago Cubs since 1916 and to the NFL Chicago Bears from 1921 to 1970.

With a seating capacity of around 41,160, it is one of the only fields that allows rooftop seating on nearby apartment buildings for fans to get a peak of the game from up top. Much of the rooftop seating available has bleachers, open bar, and specialty foods. The seats are not counted in seating configurations. The neighborhood around the ballpark is full of residential streets, bars, and restaurants and is often referred to as Wrigleyville.

Wrigley Field is famous for its ivy-covered brick outfield wall and is the only ballpark in the Major Leagues with ivy in the playing area. The field is also known for the unusual wind patterns off Lake Michigan, along with features like the hand-turned scoreboard and its red entrance marquee. The iconic field has made cameos in movies like "The Blues Brothers," "Rookie of the Year," "The Natural," "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," "The Break-Up," and "A League of Their Own."

The Seventh Inning Stretch at Wrigley Field is celebrated by singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game," a tradition made popular by Hall of Fame announcer Harry Caray. Since Caray's death in 1998, Cubs players and celebrities have been invited to sing the song. Guest singers have included former Cubs players Ryne Sandberg, Mike Krukow, and Mark Grace; NBA basketballer Tracy McGrady, and NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon. Ozzy Osbourne, Eddie Vedder, Tom Arnold, James Belushi, Bill Murray and Jay Leno have loaned their vocals to the tradition as well.

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