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Bears release complete 2024 season schedule


The Bears will open their highly-anticipated 2024 season with three straight games against AFC South opponents.

They'll kick off coach Matt Eberflus' third year by hosting the Tennessee Titans Sunday, Sept. 8, at Soldier Field (noon CT), visit the Houston Texans Sept. 15 on Sunday Night Football (7:20 p.m.) and then travel to Indianapolis to face the Colts Sunday, Sept. 22 (noon).

The Bears' 2024 schedule, which was announced by the NFL Wednesday night, features five national stand-alone games: three prime-time contests—one each on Sunday, Monday and Thursday—a Week 6 battle with the Jacksonville Jaguars in London and a Thanksgiving matchup against the Lions in Detroit.

The Bears' first nine games are all against non-division opponents before they begin a stretch of three straight and five of six contests versus NFC North rivals.

After visiting the Colts in Week 3, the Bears will play back-to-back Sunday noon home games against the Los Angeles Rams Sept. 29 and Carolina Panthers Oct. 6. They'll then head to London to face the Jaguars Sunday, Oct. 13 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (8:30 a.m.).

The Bears will then have their bye week before returning to action with successive Sunday road games in Washington against the Commanders Oct. 27 (noon) and in Arizona versus the Cardinals Nov. 3 (3:05 p.m.).

They'll follow by hosting back-to-back Sunday noon contests at Soldier Field against the New England Patriots Nov. 10 and Green Bay Packers Nov. 17, their first game versus an NFC North opponent—and the first of three in a 12-day span.

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The Bears will then host the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, Nov. 24 (noon) before traveling to Detroit for a Thanksgiving matchup with the defending NFC North champion Lions Nov. 28 (11:30 a.m.).

The Lions contest will be the first of three straight road games for the Bears, who will visit the 49ers in San Francisco Sunday, Dec. 8 (3:25 p.m.) and the Vikings in Minneapolis Dec. 16 on Monday Night Football (7 p.m.).

The Bears will then play two home games in a five-day span against the Lions Sunday, Dec. 22 (noon) and Seattle Seahawks on Thursday Night Football Dec. 26 (7:15 p.m.) before closing the season against the Packers in Green Bay (date and time TBD).

The NFL also announced the Bears' preseason schedule. After opening the slate versus the Texans in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, Thursday, Aug. 1 (7 p.m.), they will visit the Buffalo Bills Saturday, Aug. 10 (noon), host the Cincinnati Bengals Saturday, Aug. 17 (noon) and travel to Kansas City to face the Chiefs Thursday, Aug. 22 (7 p.m.).

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING: Eleven of the Bears' 17 contests this season are subject to flexible scheduling. The only ones that cannot be moved are their games in the first four weeks of the season, in London and on Thanksgiving.

Some home games are scheduled during the NFL's flexible scheduling window, which may result in changes to the date and time of games from what is originally reflected on the schedule or on tickets. For more information about NFL flexible scheduling procedures for the 2024 season, please visit

SINGLE-GAME TICKET SALES: Preseason and regular-season single-game tickets will go on sale to the general public through Ticketmaster on Wednesday, May 15, at 8:00 p.m. CT. Tickets for home and away games can be purchased through Ticketmaster, the official ticketing partner of the Bears. Ticketmaster is the preferred option for fans seeking a secure way to obtain tickets. For more information on tickets and packages, please visit Prices vary by game, with demand-based pricing in effect. Payments can be made using a debit or credit card. The Bears prefer Visa.

TRAVEL ACCOMMODATIONS/TICKETS FOR FANS: Fans looking to travel to Bears home and away games can book their experience through the following Bears Corporate Partners: Ticketmaster, the Official Ticketing Partner, Bears VIP, the Official VIP Fan Packages Partner and United Airlines, the Official Airline Partner. Fans can visit for the most up-to-date game information throughout the season.

SUITE SALES: For those interested in a luxurious gameday experience, a limited number of private, single-game suites at Soldier Field will be available. These suites can accommodate groups of 10 or more in a private and relaxed environment. Suite packages include tickets, parking, a private entrance and dedicated wait staff, among other amenities. For further information on PNC Executive Suites or Skyline Suite, to schedule a private meeting, or to request a virtual tour with the suites team, visit, email, or call 888-792-3277 (ext. 2).

MOBILE TICKETING: As a reminder, entry to Bears games and events at Soldier Field will be via mobile tickets only. Ticket purchasers will have access to manage their tickets on their mobile device or online, including the ability to share tickets with guests, donate tickets or post tickets for resale. Mobile ticketing is intended to significantly reduce fraud and provide additional opportunities for enhanced customer experiences. The free Chicago Bears Official App brought to you by Verizon is available for Android and iOS devices. To download, search "Chicago Bears" in the Google Play or the Apple App Store.