The Chicago Bears have a new stadium being built. The initial designs have been released, and I believe many team lovers will be excited by the design. Many also had lots to say about the design on social media.

I'll be the first to admit I'm not a sports person. If there is an underdog or if the team close to home is having a good season, I'll pay attention. But for the most part, I never have any clue what's going on.

After seeing a recent social media post from the Chicago Bears though, even I'm a little amazed and in awe for what's to come.

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Chicago Bears Drop Initial Design For New Stadium

Even I can say this place looks like it's going to be VERY cool! I had no idea it was going to be overlooking the lake, but it apparently is. Check out the social media video posted by the team.


I go to a lot of concerts, and I cannot wait to experience one here. The team is hoping to be playing in the new stadium by 2028 but will remain at Soldier Field until construction is completed.

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Social Media React to New Chicago Bears Stadium Design

With the drop of the video, many on social media were excited. However, many vocalized thoughts and concerns about the location. It's funny because, there was totally a common theme with concerns. Here are just a few...

WHERE'S THE PARKING!!!!!!!???????!!!!!!! parking that the everyday person can afford?????!!! - Mary Thill

Lots of exclamations and question marks in this one, but it is valid. Parking is always a pain at venues.

Not seeing any parking in these clips - Karl Warnstedt



It would be wild to pull this off. About time. - Michael Mims

What are your thoughts on the new stadium? Change is exciting, so I can't wait to see what comes of it!

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