SeatGeek Stadium is the heart of soccer for much of the Midwest and a must-see destination for world-class concerts and other sporting events. Each year, more than a half-million people go by the stadium’s trademark brick arch, many achieving or reliving what has become a rite of passage for sports and music fans alike. Since opening its doors in 2006, SeatGeek Stadium has treated fans to sporting events of all calibers from around the world and is the proud home of the Chicago Red Stars (NWSL). SeatGeek Stadium’s expansive parking lots are also the site of many festivals, carnivals, multi-stage concerts, and other special events. The facility is owned and managed by the Village of Bridgeview. It can seat 20,000 for sporting events and 28,000 for concerts, featuring 34 executive suites plus 6 stage suites (available for sporting events).
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