The Chicago Southland offers a wide variety of professional and semi-professional sports to meet any budget.
Home to SeatGeek Stadium and the Chicago Red Stars, the village of Bridgeview offers a family-friendly atmosphere with major league excitement. Sit in “Section 8” and cheer for a victory with some of the most energetic fans in the sport. Established in 2007, the Red Stars began as one of seven teams competing in the Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) League and the Red Stars have added even greater depth to a strong roster.
If soccer isn’t your thing, don’t get too foul, the Chicago Southland is also home to the Windy City ThunderBolts, the premiere minor league baseball team in the Frontier League. Located just off Interstate 294 in Crestwood, the Windy City ThunderBolts offer the big league feel in a minor league setting. Ozinga Field offers a HD LED scoreboard, state-of-the-art synthetic turf and a budget conscious, family-friendly atmosphere. At the end of each game, children are invited onto the field to run the bases and meet the team.
Still looking for that big league thrill? Look no further than the Chicago White Sox. Located just minutes from the Chicago Southland at Guaranteed Rate Field, the Chicago White Sox offer a family friendly atmosphere. The 2005 World Series Champions look to take the major leagues by storm and recapture the glory of that fateful season while dominating the American League Central Division.
Whether you are looking for major league thrills or a fun night out with family and friends, the Chicago Southland has your bases covered.