The “Chicago Bears” is a professional American football team situated in Chicago, Illinois. The team is part of the North Division, which plays in the National Football Conference (NFC) of the National Football League (NFL).
The team was founded in the year 1919 at the Decatur, Illinois. After two years, the Bears moved to Chicago. During the 1970 season, they have played their home games at the Wrigley Field based on the Chicago’s North Side.
After a year, the team has moved their home games on the Chicago’s Soldier Field and the games were played every year. The Chicago’s Soldier Field is situated after the Lake Michigan. During the 2002 season, the stadium was renovated for the purpose of modernizing to improve its amenities and functions while preserving an old structure of Chicago.
For the record, the team holds an upbeat record of nine wins in the National Football League (NFL) Championships, eight from the pre-merger and one Super Bowl championship. They also have compiled outstanding records and overall success compared with other league’s franchises. In fact, the team is recognized of its victories, the franchise has noted its 700th win on November 18, 2010.
The team’s most known rival is the Green Bay Packers, the Bears had a long-standing competition with the Packers. The Bears have played with the Green Bay Packers for 186 times. The two teams had crossed paths only twice during the postseason. The Bears are the current holder of the edge in head-to-head match finishing a record of 93-90-6. The Chicago Bears won the 1941 season and the Packers won the 2011 season.
Every late July and mid August, the team grips their twice a year training in the War Field located at the Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois. The team is headquartered at the Halals Hall, situated in Chicago around the Lake Forest, Illinois.