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Chicago Cubs

Wrigley Field-1060 West Addison
Chicago, IL 60613 · (773)404-2827(CUBS)

The Chicago Cubs are Chicago’s national league professional baseball team. They play their home games at the legendary Wrigley Field, located at W. Addison Street and N. Clark Street in Wrigleyville, on the north side of the city. The Chicago Cubs baseball season runs from April through September each year. Famous names in Cubs history include players Ernie Banks, Ryne Sandberg, Ron Santo and Sammy Sosa, as well as announcers Jack Brickhouse and Harry Carray. For more information, call the Wrigley Field Tours Hotline at (773) 404-CUBS.

A must see for Cubs fans or any sports fan for that matter, is the famous Billy Goat Tavern home of the Cubs Curse a.k.a.“Curse of the Billy Goat”.

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Chicago Fire

Toyota Park-7000 S. Harlem Avenue
Bridgeview, IL 60455 · (708)594-7200

In December, 1993, the formation of Major League Soccer was announced and the inaugural season began in October, 1995, beginning with 10 teams nationwide. Three years later, two additional teams were added, including Chicago Fire. Its first season ended with the win of the MLS Cup and the U.S. Open Cup. The Chicago Fire plays at its new stadium, Bridgeview Stadium, located in Bridgeville, Illinois. This world-class stadium was designed soccer-specific and seats about 20,000 guests, with expansion capability to 28,000. Check the Chicago Fire website for schedule and ticket information.

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Chicago Bears

Soldier Field-1410 S. Museum Campus Drive
Chicago, IL 60605 · (312)235-7245

The Bears are a member of the National Football League NFC North Division, playing 8 home and 8 away games each year. The Chicago Bears opened their new stadium at Soldier Field at the inception of the 2003 football season. It is a state-of-the-art facility which will serve them for many years to come.

As one of the oldest franchises in professional football, the Bears have a long history in the league with many players and coaches well known and recognized around the league. Among the most notable figures are George Halas, Mike Ditka, Gayle Sayers and Walter Payton. You can call 312-235-7244 for information on tours of Soldier Field.

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Chicago Sky

Allstate Arena-6920 N. Mannheim Road
Rosemont, IL 60018 · (847)635-6601

For world class women's basketball, be sure to check out the Chicago Sky. With the excitment of the game and activities for the kids, the Sky is a family must see. See their official site for schedules, roster, tickets and gear. 866-SKY-WNBA.

Chicago Bulls

United Center-901 W. Madison Street
Chicago, IL 60612 · (312)455-4500

The Chicago Bulls are a professional basketball team playing in the National Basketball Association (NBA). They play their home games at United Center, located on Madison Street just west of downtown Chicago. The most well-known player associated with the Chicago Bulls is Michael Jordan. During his career, Michael and the Bulls won 6 NBA Championships. The Chicago Bulls basketball season runs from early November through April each year for a total of 82 regular season games.

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Chicago Wolves

Allstate Arena-6920 N. Mannheim Road
Rosemont, IL 60018 · (847)635-6601

A new era of championship hockey began in Chicago with the drop of a puck in the Fall of 1994. Since then, the Chicago Wolves have continuously brought first-class entertainment to millions. In that time, the Wolves have made their mark in not one, but two different leagues. After capturing a pair of International Hockey League crowns, the Wolves entered the historic American Hockey League, hungry for a first-ever Calder Cup title.

Chicago White Sox

U.S. Cellular Field-333 West 35th Street
Chicago, IL 60616 · (312)674-1000

The White Sox are part of a uniquely historic Chicago neighborhood filled with wonderful eating and drinking establishments. In and around U.S. Cellular Field, fans are treated to great food and good times at many of the finest restaurants and bars in the city. It is a friendly area where White Sox fans can talk about the game or catch up on life. Along with the many first-rate establishments listed here, Chicago’s Chinatown is not far from the ballpark. Plus, U.S. Cellular Field itself has something for everyone - pizza, ribs, hot dogs and much more! So take the family out to eat, or join your friends for a drink. It’s all part of the White Sox community.

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Windy City Rollers

UIC Pavilion-525 S. Racine
Chicago, IL · (312)413-5740

Chicago’s women’s roller derby league is comprised of 4 teams: Double Crossers, The Fury, Hell's Belles and Manic Attack. The Windy City Rollers are proud members of WFTDA-Women’s Flat Track Derby Association and are Chicago's only nationally-ranked women's flat track roller derby league. (Logo courtesy and property of Windy City Rollers, LLC.)

Chicago Rush

Allstate Arena-6920 N. Mannheim Road
Rosemont, IL 60018 · (847)635-6601

It has been quite a seven-year run for Arena Football in Chicago. Seven trips to the playoffs, three Central Mike Ditka to the ownership group and, of course, the ArenaBowl XX title are just some of the headlines from the first seven seasons of the Chicago Rush.

Chicago Storm

Sears Centre Arena-5333 Prairie Stone Parkway
Hoffman Estates, IL 60192 · (847)649-2222

Chicago’s professional indoor soccer team plays its home games at the Sears Centre. For additional information on all aspects of Chicago Storm soccer including season tickets, group outings & birthday parties call 866-STORM-81.

Chicago Blackhawks

United Center-901 W. Madison Street
Chicago, IL 60612 · (312)455-4500

The Chicago Blackhawks are a professional hockey team playing in the National Hockey League. Their home games are played at the United Center on Madison Street just west of downtown Chicago. Their regular season begins in October and runs through April each year. They play a total of 82 regular season hockey games each year.

Schaumburg Flyers

Alexian Field-1999 S. Springinsguth Road
Schaumburg, IL 60193 · (847)891-2255

The Schaumburg Flyers baseball team is a member of the independent Northern League, a 10-team professional league. In May, 1999, the Flyers played their first game at their home park, Alexian Field in Schaumburg, which seats just over 7,000. Since its inception in 1999, Alexian Field has established a unique identity in Chicagoland’s vibrant Northwest suburbs. The Home of the Flyers is a modern minor league facility blending traditional baseball charm and present-day baseball amenities. The facility includes a restaurant from which you can watch the game.