Chicago Bears Suites

Chicago Bears Suites

Soldier Field

One of the most iconic venues in all of pro football is the home of the Chicago Bears – Soldier Field. Opening its doors to the public for the first time in 1924, the hallowed grounds at Soldier Field have hosted some incredible moments in sports history. From Bears games to college football, college and pro hockey, Men’s and Women’s World Cup games, Concacaf games, Special Olympics, Rugby, and tons of concerts, Soldier Field is a cultural landmark in Chicago.

A wide range of luxury suites in this venue ensures that your group will find exactly what you need when it comes to hosting an event in Chicago. The professional and personable staff will handle every detail during the game to make sure everything is seamless. Top notch catering and stylish amenities will keep everyone happy; win or lose. is a premier provider of luxury suites in the secondary market. Our close ties to the suite owners in Chicago and around the league allow us to offer these suites for sale when no one else has them. Call our office today at 610-828-7407 to learn more about how our business model has earned us the reputation as the best in the business. Our services are known throughout the industry. Dealing with gives you peace of mind that your event will run smoothly.

Looking to sell your luxury suite for unused games? Look no further than to help market your suite to our elite clientele in the Chicago area and bring back some of your annual expense. We are always looking for new opportunities at Soldier Field so please email us direct at The time is right to partner with and maximize your luxury suite’s potential.

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Known as the Monsters of the Midway, the Chicago Bears have made their home in the Windy City since 1922.  Eight league championships before the merger and one Super Bowl victory (the famous 1985 Bears) have brought nine titles to Chicago. Over 25 playoff appearances show that this team is always in the hunt for their next Lombardi Trophy.

George Halas took ownership of the Chicago football franchise and renamed them as the Bears in 1922. Developing a culture of winning, the Bears became a powerhouse, racking up six championships between 1932 and 1946.

Their lone Super Bowl title came in 1985 with “Iron” Mike Ditka at the helm of an unbelievably talented team. A merciless defense allowed the Bears to cruise through their schedule, culminating in a 46-10 Super Bowl win over the New England Patriots. This legendary team featured several Hall of Fame players and some of the most recognizable personalities in the game. Among them were Jim McMahon, Mike Singletary, Richard Dent, Dan Hampton, William “The Refrigerator” Perry, and “Sweetness” Walter Payton. Though Bears fans felt destined to repeat, it has now been more than 30 years since they have been able to hoist the trophy.

Playing out of the historic NFC North Division makes for a hard road to the playoffs right out of the gate with intense rivalries against the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, and Detroit Lions.

After trading up to the number two spot in the 2017 draft to take QB Mitch Trubisky out of UNC, the Bears sent the message that they were moving on to a new era in Chicago. As was expected, the rough start for Trubisky translated to a 5-10 finish for the Bears, but with a healthy dose of optimism for the future. That optimism took shape in 2018 with a division winning team that was playoff bound. The 2019 season saw a regression both from Trubisky and the team overall, leading to some nervous fans in the Windy City. The situation became murky with the signing of Nick Foles. Trubisky’s struggles early in the 2020 season was the catalyst for a change as Foles was inserted into the lineup as the starting QB. He would last eight weeks before Trubisky took back the top spot. This move lit a fire under Trubisky who became a better player and a better teammate. Chicago fans are hoping this was a turning point for the young QB.

2019 third round draft pick David Montgomery has taken over as the feature back and went over 1,000 yards in 2020. Trubisky has a great cast of receivers around him featuring Allen Robinson (who notched an incredible 1,250 receiving yards in 2020) and Anthony Miller. Rookie Darnell Mooney made a name for himself as well. Added to that group was Cordarrelle Patterson. He is a true wildcard on the field. Tight end Jimmy Graham gives the offense a big boost after signing with Chicago in the offseason.

The famous Bears defense is looking to really fire on all cylinders this season. Defensive back Kyle Fuller plays deep while Danny Trevathan makes an impact in the linebacking corps. Roquan Smith has turned into a real leader and turned up big again. Khalil Mack is eager to punish the opposition from the linebacker position. Linebacker Robert Quinn came over from Dallas to bolster the depth chart.

The Bears 2020 record of 8-8 was enough to earn them a Wild Card berth. Matching up against the New Orleans Saints, Chicago showed that they are not quite ready for the postseason spotlight. A disappointing 21-9 loss has this team looking to a brighter future in 2021.

Among the many legendary Bears to suit up in a Chicago uniform are iconic players such as Bronko Nagurski, George McAfee, Willie Galimore, Gayle Sayers, Brian Piccolo, Sid Luckman, Dick Butkus, Bill Hewitt, Bill George, Clyde Turner, Red Grange, Mike Ditka, and Brian Urlacher. More information about the Chicago Bears can be found by clicking here.

If you own a Chicago Bears suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or are unable to attend.

This is a great opportunity to offset much of your suite expense which you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Chicago Bears game should go unused.

Benefit from extra revenue with LuxuryVIPSuites while helping out a corporate group that needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in your Chicago Bears suite.

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