The Bears won’t wear triple-digits on their uniforms this season. But they will don four different jerseys in 2019: their traditional navy and white jerseys in addition to an alternate orange jersey and a new classic jersey.
The Bears will also commemorate their 100th season by wearing a special Bears100 patch in every game, regardless of jersey color.
The classic jersey will be unveiled at the opening ceremonies of the Bears100 celebration June 7 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont.
The event will feature the ultimate gathering of fans, players and alumni. The entire 2019 team and coaching staff, along with Bears Hall of Famers and alumni are scheduled to attend. The weekend will include autograph sessions, photo opportunities, panels, memorabilia and merchandise sales, interactive games, kids activities and a walk-though Bears history zone.
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Also part of the 100th season celebration, the Bears will donate $1 million—$100,000 per home game—to 10 different charities. They will also pay homage to a different decade at each home game, celebrating key milestones and honoring alumni from that era.
In addition, the Chicago Bears Centennial Scrapbook will be released. Written by Hall of Fame sportswriters Don Pierson and Dan Pompei, the book will look back on the first 100 years of Bears history highlighted by interviews with Virginia McCaskey, whose father, George Halas, helped found the Bears and the NFL in 1920.