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The Chicago Bears (Football)
The Chicago Bears are members of the North Division of the
National Football Conference (NFC) in the
National Football League (NFL) and are the current
National Football Conference Champions. The Bears have won nine
Professional American Football league championships (eight
NFL Championships and
Super Bowl XX), trailing only the
Green Bay Packers, who have twelve. The Bears have the most enshrinees in the
Pro Football Hall of Fame with 26 members.
The club was founded in
Decatur, Illinois, in 1919 and moved to Chicago in 1921. The team played home games at
Wrigley Field on Chicago's North Side through the 1970 season. With the exception of the 2002 season, they have played their home games at Chicago's
Soldier Field every year since 1971. The stadium is located next to
and was recently remodeled in a modernization that has attempted to bring stadium amenities expected by today's fans to a historic Chicago building. The team has a fierce, long-standing rivalry with the Packers, whom they have played in over 170 games.
The Chicago Rush (Arena Football)
The Chicago Rush began play in 2001 and is based in
Rosemont, Illinois, northwest of Chicago and near
O'Hare International Airport. The team plays its home games at
Allstate Arena (formerly known as the Rosemont Horizon), the same venue previously used by the
Chicago Bruisers, one of the four original Arena Football League teams. The Rush competes in the Central Division of the American Conference.
Mike Ditka is a co-owner of the team.
The Rush have made the playoffs every year in the franchise's short history, and so far, they have made one
The Chicago Slaughter (Indoor Football)
The Chicago Slaughter is a team in the
Continental Indoor Football League scheduled to begin play in 2007. They will play their home games at the
Sears Centre in
Hoffman Estates, Illinois. The team was originally intended to be a part of
United Indoor Football, but due to a dispute with the league, it changed its course.
The team interviewed
William "The Refrigerator" Perry and
Steve "Mongo" McMichael from the
Super Bowl XX championship team for the head coaching position. McMichael will be head coach, while Perry will be Director of Football Operations.
WE HAVE HOCKEY!!!
The Chicago Blackhawks (NHL Ice Hockey)
Chicago Blackhawks currently play in the
Central Division of the
National Hockey League (NHL). They have won three
Stanley Cup Championships and thirteen division titles since their foundation in 1926. The team's name was spelled Chicago Black Hawks prior to the
1986-87 season. The Blackhawks are one of the
Original Six NHL teams along with the
Toronto Maple Leafs,
New York Rangers, and
Detroit Red Wings. Since
1994, the Blackhawks have played in the
United Center in Chicago.
The Chicago Blackhawks (AHL Ice Hockey)
The Chicago Wolves are a hockey team which plays in the
American Hockey League. Originally a member of the
International Hockey League, the Wolves joined the AHL after the IHL folded in 2001. The team has been notably successful, never in its history suffering a losing season and winning the IHL's
Turner Cup in 1998 and 2000 and the AHL's
Calder Cup in 2002. Last season was the first year in team history the Wolves failed to make the playoffs. The team's great star was forward
Steve Maltais, who until his retirement after the
2004-2005 season had played every season of the franchise and holds most of its scoring records. Other notable players include goaltender
Wendell Young, ex-Pittsburgh star Rob Brown and defenseman Bob Nardella. They are currently the AHL affiliate of the
WE HAVE BASKETBALL!!!
The Chicago Bulls (NBA Basketball)
The Chicago Bulls are a professional
basketball team based in Chicago. They play in the
National Basketball Association. The team was founded in 1966, and has won six
NBA Championships since. 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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WE HAVE BASEBALL!!!
The Chicago Cubs (National League Baseball)
The Chicago Cubs are a
Major League Baseball team that plays in the North Side
Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago. They are owned by the
Tribune Company and are managed by
Lou Piniella. The team's President is
John McDonough and the General Manager is
Jim Hendry. The Cubs are one of two major league teams based in Chicago, the other team being the
Chicago White Sox of the
American League. Both clubs are charter members of their respective leagues.
The Chicago Cubs (American League Baseball)
The White Sox are one of two major league teams based in Chicago, the other being the
Chicago Cubs of the
National League. Both clubs are charter members of their respective leagues. The White Sox were a frequent contender during the early 20th century, winning 5 of the first 19 league pennants; but the team's fortunes dropped precipitously in the aftermath of the
1919 "Black Sox" scandal. After winning only one league championship in the years spanning 1920 to 2004, the team ended decades (and generations) of frustration in
2005 when it won its first World Series Championship since
WE HAVE SOCCER!!!
The Chicago Fire (Soccer)
The Chicago Fire is a Chicago area professional
soccer club with offices in
Bridgeview, Illinois, USA. It participates in
Major League Soccer. The club was founded October 8th, 1997 on the 126th anniversary of the
Great Chicago Fire of 1871. In 1998, their first season in the league, the Fire won the
MLS Cup as well as the
US Open Cup (the "double"). They have also won the 2000, 2003, and 2006
US Open Cup. The team colors are red and white. While the Fire originally played at
Soldier Field, the club now have their own stadium,
Toyota Park at 71st and Harlem Avenue.
Toyota Park is owned by the Village of Bridgeview and operated by AEG, the owners of the Fire.
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