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Chicago Sports Tickets

     Professional sports in Chicago is as important to people as their deep dish pizza and Chicago style hot dogs. The fever that the true sports fans there showcase is of epic proportion. So if you are going to be in the Chicago area then you should check out some of the games. Whether you are a basketball, baseball, hockey, football, or even soccer there is a venue for you to check out. Here are some of the teams to root for Chicago style.

Chicago Cubs: Now Chicago is a city big enough to have two professional MLB teams. If you want to see a stadium rich with history then you have to check out Wrigley Field where the much beloved Cubs play. There is no fan in the world as die hard as a Cubbies fan so be prepared to root for the home team if you go anywhere near Wrigley Ville.

Chicago Bulls: The NBA team, who back in the 80’s and 90’s used to have basketball greats Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen as players, is still hot this year. Their record so far is 22-14, putting them third in the Eastern Conference division. They play at home at the United Center which is located 1901 West Madison Street.

The Bears: This popular NFL team that inspired the famous SNL sketch “Da Bears” truly shows the die hard nature of hardcore football fans. Although the Bears haven’t won a Superbowl since 1985 when Mike Ditka, a Chicago institution coached the team. Their home stadium is Soldier Field which has been rated highly among football fans for their tasty Chicago eats, and as the oldest NFL used stadium, you are getting a piece of sports history every time you see a game there.

Chicago Blackhawks:
If you are a hockey fan, like to see all the aggressive action on the rink, and enjoy the Zamboni clearing off the ice, then you are going to want to catch a Blackhawks game. This hockey team won the Stanley Cup in 2010 and 2013, and is always at the top of their league with hard hitting play action. They play at home at the United Center as well.

Chicago White Sox: The White Sox play at Cellular Field, which will be renovated in 2016. The home field of the White Sox will boast three new video boards, including one between 7,000-8,000 square feet above center field.

Chicago Fire: For fans of soccer, or “football” as they call the game overseas, this team plays at home at Toyota Park. The regular season is March through October, so you have plenty of time to catch their action if you are a fan of the sport.

Make sure you get your tickets early to any of these sporting events since they do tend to sell out fairly quickly. This is especially true if you want to catch a Cubs game at Wrigley.




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