Bears helmet on Lambeau Field in a matchup against the Packers. Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Over the past few years, the Chicago Bears have intensified talks about building a new stadium to replace Soldier Field as the team’s home stadium. And it seems that not only is the team committed to building a new stadium, they want to build the best stadium on Earth.

During a recent interview with The Athletic, new Chicago Bears president Kevin Warren – formerly the president of the Big Ten Conference – revealed some extremely bold plans for the team’s upcoming stadium project, revealing that he wants to build a stadium like this planet has never seen before.

“I want us to build the most advanced, most progressive stadium project ever on the planet,” Warren told Dan Pompei of The Athletic. “I want people and corporations to come and say, ‘Let’s spend some time at the Bears because they are a forward-thinking, innovative company.’ And I want to win Super Bowl trophies. Why not us? You know, why not?”

Those are certainly some bold words. We’ll have to see how the stadium ultimately looks.

Built  1924, the historic Soldier Field has served as the home of the Chicago Bears since 1971. But it’s recently become clear that the team intends to change its stadium venue, perhaps moving further away from downtown. And based on Warren’s comments, it sounds like that stadium is going to be a masterpiece.

[The Athletic]