Soldier Field priory the Municipal Grant Park Stadium is situated on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago, and is presently home to the NFL's Chicago Bears. It restarted on Sep., 29th, the year 2003 after a complete rebuild, the second in the stadium's history. With the present stadium capacity of 61,500, Soldier Field became the smallest stadium in the National Football League when the Indianapolis Colts went out of the RCA Dome and into Lucas Oil Stadium in the year 2008. The closest station to Soldier Field is the Roosevelt station on the Orange, Green and Red lines. The Chicago Transit Authority also runs the no.
128 Soldier Field Express bus route to the stadium from Ogilvie Transportation Center and the Union Station. There are also 2 Metra stations close near to the Museum Campus/11th Street station on the Metra Electric and the South Shore lines, and 18th Street which is only on the Metra Electric Line. Pace also gives access from the Northwest, West and Southwest suburbs to the stadium with 4 fast routes from Schaumburg, Lombard, Bolingbrook, Burr Ridge, Palos Heights and Oak Lawn. Formerly it was the place of the former College All-Star Game, an exhibition between the last year's NFL champion or, in its final years, Super Bowl champion and a team of collegiate all-star players of the former season prior to their reporting to the practicing camps of their new professional teams.