Bears bobblehead giveaways coming for every home game in 2019

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Bears bobbleheads coming to Soldier Field next season.

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Bears fans who love collecting memorabilia will have another reason to head to Soldier Field next season: bobbleheads. Ten of them, in fact.

The franchise announced Tuesday that it will give away bobbleheads to the first 20,000 fans attending each of their home games in 2019. Each attendee will be able to receive a voucher upon entering the stadium that can be exchanged at a designated pickup area for your week’s giveaway.


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With the Bears saluting each decade from their history during home games all season, the players given the bobblehead treatment will correspond with the era being honored. For example, the 1920s celebration will come with a Red Grange bobblehead, while the 2000s will come with Brian Urlacher’s oversized noggin bouncing away.

Each week, the team will also parade around six-foot tall replicas of the upcoming giveaway, so you might be able to spot a massive, plastic Sid Luckman in the wild.

The full schedule is below.

Bears bobblehead giveaway schedule
Date Week Opponent Bobblehead
Thursday, Aug. 8 Preseason Panthers Red Grange (20s)
Thursday, Aug. 29 Preseason Titans Bill George (50s)
Thursday, Sept. 5 1 Packers Mike Ditka (80s)
Sunday, Sept. 29 4 Vikings Bronko Nagurski (30s)
Sunday, Oct. 20 7 Saints Walter Payton (70s)
Sunday, Oct. 27 8 Chargers Brian Urlacher (00s)
Sunday, Nov. 10 10 Lions Sid Luckman (40s)
Sunday, Nov. 24 12 Giants Dick Butkus and Gale Sayers (60s)
Thursday, Dec. 5 14 Cowboys Mike Singletary (90s)
Sunday, Dec. 22 16 Chiefs Devin Hester (00s)

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