Chicago Blitz

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Chicago Blitz
First Season
1983
Team History
Chicago Blitz (1983-84)
Conference/Division
United States Football League (1983-84)
  • Western Conference (1984)
  • Central Division (1983-84)
Venue
Soldier Field (1983-84)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives

The Chicago Blitz was a professional American football team that played in the United States Football League for its first two seasons. They played at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois.

Publications

Programs by season

1980s

Week Date Opponent Venue
1983
Week 1 March 6 at Washington Federals RFK Stadium
Week 2 March 12 at Arizona Wranglers Sun Devil Stadium
Week 3 March 20 vs. Denver Gold Soldier Field
Week 4 March 27 vs. Los Angeles Express Soldier Field
Week 5 April 2 at Tampa Bay Bandits Tampa Stadium
Week 6 April 10 vs. Birmingham Stallions Soldier Field
Week 7 April 17 at Michigan Panthers Pontiac Silverdome
Week 8 April 25 vs. New Jersey Generals Soldier Field
Week 9 May 1 at Los Angeles Express Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Week 10 May 8 vs. Washington Federals Soldier Field
Week 14 June 6 at Boston Breakers Nickerson Field
Week 15 June 12 vs. Tampa Bay Bandits Soldier Field
Week 17 June 26 vs. Michigan Panthers Soldier Field
Week 18 July 3 vs. Oakland Invaders Soldier Field
1984
Week 4 March 17 vs. Oklahoma Outlaws Soldier Field
Week 6 March 31 at Washington Federals RFK Stadium
Week 7 April 7 vs. San Antonio Gunslingers Soldier Field
Week 8 April 15 at Philadelphia Stars Veterans Stadium
Week 9 April 20 vs. Los Angeles Express Soldier Field
Week 12 May 11 at Denver Gold Mile High Stadium
Week 14 May 28 vs. New Jersey Generals Soldier Field

Media guides and yearbooks

All media guides

1980s 1983 • 1984
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United States Football League
Franchises Arizona Outlaws (1984-85) • Arizona Wranglers (1983-84) • Birmingham Stallions (1983-85) • Portland Breakers (1983-85) • Chicago Blitz (1983-84) • Denver Gold (1983-85) • Los Angeles Express (1983-85) • Michigan Panthers (1983-84) • New Jersey Generals (1983-85) • Oakland Invaders (1983-85) • Baltimore Stars (1983-85) • Tampa Bay Bandits (1983-85) • Orlando Renegades (1983-85) • Houston Gamblers (1984-85) • Jacksonville Bulls (1984-85) • Memphis Showboats (1984-85) • Pittsburgh Maulers (1984) • San Antonio Gunslingers (1984-85)
Seasons 1983 • 1984 • 1985
Venues Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum • Soldier Field • Legion Field
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