Soldier Field
Soldier Field Kids and Family

Best Seats for Kids and Family at Soldier Field

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Soldier Field offers a number of areas which we recommend if you're bringing your family to a football game, including alcohol prohibited seating, covered areas, and good all-around value.

Sections 148 and 155 on the lower seating tier are designated areas where alcohol is strictly prohibited. As a result, you will tend to have a less rowdy atmosphere and cleaner language being used from your neighboring fans, making it a great spot for bringing your little ones. Families pulling for the Bears will want to opt for section 148 as this gets you closer to the home sideline and the home team entry tunnel, and will also have you near the Bears Pro Shop for picking out a souvenir. Family restrooms are available close by to either option, located at sections 146 and 154.

Staying on the lower level, seats in rows 13 and higher of sections 104 and 105 are another great choice for families. You'll be just a short walk from the family restroom at section 154, and more importantly you will have great overhead coverage for staying protected from the weather. These seats are also right near the concourse entry tunnel, leaving fewer stairs for your group to traverse.

Media Deck sections 232-242 are among our absolute favorites when helping fans find the best tickets for bringing their families to a game. These sections are very small with no more than 12 rows in each, helping to create a more comfortable, relaxed atmosphere, and limiting the number of stairs you need to walk up and down. The other key feature here is the full coverage from the overhanging seating deck above, which keeps you much more protected from the weather than almost any other seat in Soldier Field.

But if you have a large family and are looking to save some money on the price of your tickets, some of the better affordable options will be found in the front rows of sections 323-325. Tickets here are far more reasonable than the 100 and 200 levels, and you'll also have a comfortable head on view of the field. The little ones will enjoy the good line of sight to the north endzone videoboard, and being near the front of the sections (rows 1-6) keeps you close to the concourse. You won't have any coverage from the elements, however in our experience the wind tends to be much more subdued in the south endzone compared to the north.

Whenever possible, you will want to avoid the 400 level sections along the west sideline if you're bringing the family to a game. The lower ticket prices are very tempting, however the aisles are incredibly steep and make for nerve racking trips to and from the concourse.  - RateYourSeats.com

Recommended Ticket Locations

Sections 148 and 155

Alcohol prohibited seating

Close to family restrooms

Small sections with a short walk to the concourse

Sections 232, 233, 234 and more

Smaller sections for easier access to and from the seats

Excellent overhead coverage for protection from the weather

Rows 13-19 in Sections 104 and 105

On the lower tier for less stairs to walk at the stadium

Good protection from the weather from overhanging deck above

Close to the concourse entry tunnels and not far from a family restroom

Rows 1-6 in Sections 323, 324 and 325

More affordable ticket prices

Head on view to the north endzone videoboard

Near the concourse entry tunnel

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