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Source: Stadium Scene Staff
Technically, Soldier Field is one of the oldest operating stadiums in the NFL dating back to an opening day in 1924 (second to the LA Memorial Coliseum by one year). Some argue that as a result of the significant exterior renovations in the early 2000s, it's not the same stadium anymore. The stadium was actually listed as a National Landmark and de-listed in 2006 as a result of the renovations. Regardless, Soldier Field has a long history of hosting football, soccer, hockey, concerts, and other non-sporting events.
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Two attached garages (north and south of the stadium) and several parking lots next to the stadium. The complex is on Lake Shore Drive and the area can get very congested around game-time or if you are traveling in for Monday or Thursday night football.
The Soldier Field Express, route 128 and route 130 serve both of the regional train stations (Ogilvie and Union Station) and west of the stadium. If you're coming from the north, check out bus route 146. For more info see the CTA website.
If you're staying in the suburbs, PACE offers a Soldier Field Express bus ride from Schaumburg, Lombard, Palos Heights, Oak Lawn, Bolingbrook, and Burr Ridge. See PACE for more information.
The Roosevelt stop for the Chicago Transit Authority's (CTA) red, green, and orange line is about a 15 minute walk from Soldier Field.
Coming from the north, west, or southwest suburbs? Take the METRA train to Union Station or Ogilvie and jump on the Soldier Field Express (route 128) bus. The Metra Electric Line serves the south suburbs and will drop you off at the 18th Street station.
Taxis can drop-off at various points around the stadium up until 90 minutes after kick-off. Once the game is over, grab a cab at the E. Monroe St garage in Millennium Park or by the Field Museum north of the stadium on McFetridge Dr.
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