The home field for the Chicago Union is located in the football stadium of De La Salle Institute, at 3427 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60616. It is near Illinois Institute of Technology and Guaranteed Rate Field, easily accessible from the Red Line or the Green Line (35-Bronzeville-IIT stop).
Where do I park?
Fan parking is free in the lot west of the stadium. Enter by heading north on S State St and turning right onto E 34th St, then right again into the gated lot beneath the train line.
Where is the entrance to the stadium?
The ticket gate and main entry are in the southwest corner of the stadium.
How much are tickets?
General admission tickets to regular season games are $15 at the gate or online in advance, and kids 5 and under get in for free. VIP tickets include game entry, all food and beer/beverages, and reserved seating at the 50-yard line for only $45. Group discounts are also available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org - bring your family, company, or club to a game!
I bought my tickets online - what now?
You should have received an email with your electronic ticket(s). You can print these out or bring your mobile phone for staff to scan the QR code at the front gates, and you'll be good to go! Don't worry if you forget to bring your ticket or can't access the email from your phone - staff can look it up using your order number or your name if you provide a photo ID.
Will there be food at the game?
Yes, we have concessions available from a local Chicago favorite, Pier 31 Restaurant!
Will there be beer at the game?
Yes, beer is also sold by Pier 31 at Union home games featuring a variety of domestic and craft beers.
Is there anything for kids to do?
In addition to our Fun Zone on the east (baseball diamond) side of the field which includes throwing targets, a disc golf net, bags/cornhole, kan jam, and a bounce house (weather permitting), fans can come onto the field after the game is over to throw around on the field, meet the players, and get autographs!
Are dogs allowed at the games?
Unfortunately, our furry friends are not permitted in the stadium.