Bears’ 2019 home jerseys include navy, orange and ‘classic’ looks

They’ll also rock the 1962-style helmet for Week 12 as part of their celebration of Dick Butkus, Gale Sayers and the 1960s teams.

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Kyle Fuller modeling the new “classic” jersey.

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The Bears will take the field rocking several different jerseys across their home games in 2019. There will be four different looks in all, including the recently unveiled “classic” uniform that harkens back to 1936.

The most commonly used home jersey for the upcoming season will be the standard navy blue design, which is set to be worn seven times throughout the team’s 10 home games. That figure includes both preseason games at Soldier Field, when the team will keep it simple before going above and beyond during the regular season.

The first shakeup will come Sept. 29 against the Vikings, when the Bears will debut their classic jerseys in a game for the first time. The franchise will also be celebrating the 1930s era and giving away Bronko Nagurski bobbleheads as part of its centennial celebration.

In October, the Bears will wear orange against the Chargers, and a month later, they’ll use 1962-style helmets with a white “C” and grey facemask against the Giants. The full schedule is below.

Bears home uniforms for 2019
Date Week Opponent Jersey
Thursday, Aug. 8 Preseason Panthers Navy
Thursday, Aug. 29 Preseason Titans Navy
Thursday, Sept. 5 1 Packers Navy
Sunday, Sept. 29 4 Vikings Classic
Sunday, Oct. 20 7 Saints Navy
Sunday, Oct. 27 8 Chargers Orange
Sunday, Nov. 10 10 Lions Navy
Sunday, Nov. 24 12 Giants Navy with throwback helmet
Thursday, Dec. 5 14 Cowboys Classic
Sunday, Dec. 22 16 Chiefs Navy

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