The Chicago Cubs are a professional baseball team based in Chicago, Illinois. They were established in 1876 and are one of the oldest and most iconic teams in Major League Baseball (MLB). The Cubs have won three World Series Championships (1907, 1908, 2016) and have 17 National League Pennants. They play in the National League Central division of MLB. The team's home stadium is Wrigley Field, which opened in 1914 and is known for its ivy-covered walls and classic design. The Cubs are known for their loyal fan base, who are referred to as the "Cubs Nation." The team's logo features a white "C" on a blue background, and their team colors are blue, red, and white.