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Bus and van rentals for sports teams and fans in Chicago

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Chicago is one of the rare US cities to have teams from the five major professional sports leagues: baseball, football, basketball, hockey, and soccer. Chicago has been repeatedly named as the “Best Sports City” by Sporting News for its strong sports culture and its fiery support of its home teams. Whether you are a sports team looking for a bus rental, or a group of loyal fans in search of a shuttle van, Bus.com has dynamic solutions for you. 

 

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Stadiums in Chicago

Chicago has a highly developed infrastructure to accommodate sporting events, from large venues and arenas to outdoor spaces. Standard major sports arenas include Soldier Field, United Center, Wrigley Field, Allstate Arena, Sears Centre, and SeatGeek Stadium.

Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field is the home to the Chicago Cubs. It is named after the chewing gum business, the Wrigley Company. The most recognizable features of Wrigley Field are its ivy-covered brick wall, jewel box design, and its iconic red marquee. Due to high seasonality in wind patterns, Wrigley is the most unpredictable major league park, which can be a positive or negative thing for pitchers, depending on the day.

United Center

United Center — also called the UC, the Madhouse on Madison, or the House that Jordan Built — is an indoor arena that serves as the home base of the Chicago Bulls and the Chicago Blackhawks. It is the largest NBA arena by capacity. The Bulls and Blackhawks own the United Center in a 50/50 partnership, and both play their home games here, sometimes “back to back.” This has been made possible via an ingenious design solution: the hardwood floor for the Bulls is assembled like a puzzle and laid over the ice for the Blackhawks. When there is time for the ice hockey game, the floor is taken apart.

Guaranteed Rate Field

Guaranteed Rate Field is a Chicago South Side baseball park. It is the home ballpark to the Chicago White Sox, a Major League Baseball (MLB) team. During multiple renovations, the park gained several unique seating arrangements. For example, Fan Deck is a limited capacity deck with a panoramic view of the game and its own catering. The Goose Island is a section in the right field with running water on four sides, outfitted for group parties. The field also has a special zone designed for kids and young baseball fans.

Soldier Field

Soldier Field, a self-coined “stadium in a park,” is a football and soccer stadium near Downtown Chicago. It is a home field to Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL), and Chicago Fire FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). It is the oldest stadium in all of the NFL. Among the historical events, it hosted the first Games of the Special Olympics and political rallies by Amelia Earhart, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Martin Luther King Jr.

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Chicago sports teams

Major league teams in Chicago include Chicago Bears (NFL), the Chicago Bulls (NBA), the Chicago Cubs (MLB), the Chicago White Sox (MLB), the Chicago Blackhawks (NHL), the Chicago Wolves, and more recently, the Chicago Sky (WNBA), the Chicago Fire (MLS), and the Chicago Red Stars (the new women's soccer team).Notably, Chicago is one of the four US metropolitans with two Major League Baseball teams: the National League's Chicago Cubs and the American League's Chicago White Sox.

Chicago White Sox

The Chicago White Sox have played home games in Chicago since the formation of the American Baseball League. One of the American League’s eight charter franchises, they compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as the American League (AL) Central division member club.

Chicago Bulls

The Chicago Bulls are a legendary National Basketball Association basketball team. Formerly, they were led by Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen and gained six NBA championships. The new generation of Bulls, known as “The Baby Bulls,” who began their journey in 2005, won the champion’s title from the Miami Heat after only two years.

Chicago Blackhawks

The Chicago Blackhawks are one of the Original Six ice hockey pro teams of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Blackhawks have won the Stanley Cup multiple times, and they also keep receiving nationwide attention for their intense rivalries with other Original Six members. Some famous Blackhawks figures are Stan Mikita, Tony Esposito, Bobby Hull, and many more.

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