Chicago (disambiguation)

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Chicago, Illinois is the third most-populous city in the United States of America.

Chicago may also refer to:

Places and buildings[edit]

South Africa[edit]

  • Chicago, a neighborhood in Paarl, South Africa

United States[edit]

California[edit]

Illinois[edit]

Indiana[edit]

Minnesota[edit]

Ohio[edit]

Wisconsin[edit]

People[edit]

Culture and the arts[edit]

Literature[edit]

Music[edit]

Theatre, film and television[edit]

Schools of thought[edit]

There are several Chicago schools of thought, some named after distinguished programs of the University of Chicago, which is itself often abbreviated to merely the name of its city. These include:

Games[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Ships[edit]

Train[edit]

Sports[edit]

  • Chicago Bears, a professional American football team of the NFL's National Football Conference, Northern Division
  • Chicago Blackhawks, a professional ice hockey team of the NHL's Western Conference, Central Division
  • Chicago Bulls, a professional basketball team of the NBA's Eastern Conference, Central Division
  • Chicago Cubs, a professional baseball team of the MLB's National League, Central Division
  • Chicago Fire Soccer Club, a professional soccer team in the MLS' Eastern Conference based in the suburb of Bridgeview
  • Chicago White Sox, a professional baseball team of MLB's American League, Central Division
  • Chicago Wolves, a professional ice hockey team of the American Hockey League's Western Conference, Central Division and affiliate of the NHL's St. Louis Blues
  • Club Atlético Nueva Chicago, an association football (soccer) club of Argentina's Primera División (premier division) in Mataderos, Buenos Aires

Former teams[edit]

  • Chicago Blitz, a professional American football team of the United States Football League (1982–84)
  • Chicago Bruisers, a professional arena football team and charter member of the Arena Football League (1987–89)
  • Chicago Bulls, a professional American football team in the first American Football League (AFL I, 1926)
  • Chicago Cardinals, a professional NFL American football team (1920-1959), now the Arizona Cardinals
  • Chicago Indians (also "East Chicago Indians"), an American football team of the former minor American Football League (1938–39)
  • Chicago Rockets ("Chicago Hornets" in 1949), an professional American football team of the All-America Football Conference (1946–49)
  • Chicago Rush, a professional arena football team of the Arena Football League (2001-2013)
  • Chicago Sting, (1974–1988) was an American professional NASL soccer team

See also[edit]

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