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OUR MISSION AND VISION

Mission:
The Chicago Sports Commission recruits and supports high-profile, major sporting events that generate economic impact and positive exposure for the city of Chicago.

Vision:
To establish Chicago as the premier U.S. destination for sporting events.

EVENTS

Chicago has hosted some of the best and most exciting events in the world of sports. Chicago prides itself as being one of the best sports cities year-round, offering fans opportunities to attend some of the most competitive games in professional sports, or participate in competition themselves.

VENUES

Chicago’s world-class venues can accommodate almost every professional and amateur sport discipline in the book. Tell us what you’re looking for, and we’ll help you understand which venue is right for you and help your organization create the best atmosphere for competition and the overall event experience for your fans.
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ABOUT US

The Chicago Sports Commission launched in 2011. It is a registered 501(c)6 and is part of Choose Chicago®. The CSC is comprised of a dedicated, full-time staff and an impressive and experienced Executive Committee and Board of Directors.

Featured Event

Business of Sport Speaker Series: NFL Selects Chicago - 2015 NFL Draft, April 2
Join us on April 2 at the Hilton Chicago to get a special inside look into how Chicago’s collaborative efforts and unique set of partners lead the NFL to select Chicago as the host of the 2015 NFL Draft. Speakers include Desiree Rogers, the CEO of Johnson Publishing Company and the Chair of Choose Chicago, Greg Cameron, the Executive Director of the Joffrey Ballet, George McCaskey, the Chicago Bears Chairman, Onnie Bose, the Vice President of Broadcasting for the NFL and Peter O’Reilly, the Senior Vice President of Events for the NFL and moderated by Lou Canellis of Fox32News.

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