Soldier Field Chicago
Soldier Field is a well-known football stadium situated in the city of Chicago, United States.
It is owned by the Chicago Park District and operated by SMG, which is a global revenue Management Company.
The Soldier Field Chicago was formerly known with the name of Municipal Grant Park Stadium.
This stadium has featured plenty of commercials and movies like Powers of Ten, Flags of Our Fathers, Chicago Fire, Changer of Worlds, and many more.
This stadium has served a venue for many sports teams like the University of Notre Dame Football, Chicago Fire, Chicago Cardinals, and some other Championships.
The architects of this stadium were Lohan Caprile Goettsch Architects, Wood + Zapata and Holabird & Roche. In addition to football, the stadium has been part of many college football and hockey games.
Soldier Field Chicago History
The construction work of this stadium started on 11th August 1922. However, it opened for the normal public on 9th October 1924.
It was removed in 2002-2003 and remains closed for almost one & a half years.
The original cost of its construction was US$ 13 million that is equal to US$ 186 million in 2015.
The structural work of Soldier Field Chicago was completed by the Thomton Tomasetti, whereas its service engineer was Ellerbe Becket.