The Chicago Bears are taking their 100th season celebration to another level, as the team announced they will wear four different uniform combinations at Soldier Field for the coming year.
The Bears, who are celebrating their centennial season as the NFL celebrates the league’s 100th birthday, unveiled a new white “classic” uniform that they will wear on a pair of home dates against the Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys.
In addition to that uniform, the Bears will also bring back their orange jerseys for a late October game, and will wear a special helmet for their Nov. 24 game against the New York Giants. Finally, they will wear their standard navy jerseys for the remaining six games on the schedule.
Here are the jerseys they will wear for each of their 10 total home games in the coming season:
Aug. 8 vs. Panthers: Navy*
Aug. 29 vs. Titans: Navy*
Sept. 5 vs. Packers: Navy
Sept. 29 vs. Vikings: Classic
Oct. 20 vs. Saints: Navy
Oct. 27 vs. Chargers: Orange
Nov. 10 vs. Lions: Navy
Nov. 24 vs. Giants: Navy jersey with special helmet, featuring white “C” on helmet and a gray facemask.
Dec. 5 vs. Cowboys: Classic
Dec. 22 vs. Chiefs: Navy
The Bears will celebrate a different decade for each game, and will give away bobbleheads to fans at every home game.