Champ Bear is Care Bear who has appeared across nearly all Care Bear generations.


Nelvana Appearance

In The Care Bears Family, Champ Bear has light yellow fur and wears a red sports headband and a red jacket with light yellow sleeves. He also has a belly badge of a heart emblazoned on a trophy.


Champ Bear 2005

Champ's early 2000's appearance

Champ Bear is a real sports star. He's great at every sport, but he's even better at sharing the real prizes of sports: fun, fitness, friendship and learning to be your best. He even shows this with his symbol: a golden trophy with a star, (despite it originally featuring a heart!)

Champ Bear's 2005 appearance


2002-2006: Champ Care Bear is a real sports star. He's great at every sport, but he's even better at sharing the real prizes of sports-fun, fitness, friendship and learning to be your best. He even shows this with his symbol - a golden trophy with star.

2002 Website Profile:

Caring Mission: Teaches people sportsmanship.
Symbol: His golden trophy symbol shows that you always win when you're a good sport.
Personality: Confident and fair.
Character Quirk: He's even good at games he's never played before.
Color: Blue.
Best Friend: Good Luck Bear
Relationship Challenge: Wish Bear, when she uses her wishes to change the rules in a game.
Motto: Playing fair makes the game more fun for everyone!

20th Anniversary: Champ Care Bear is the biggest sports star in all of Care-a-lot. He's great at every game you can think of. He knows that the real prizes of sports are fun, fitness, friends and learning to do and be your best - win or lose! The trophy on his tummy symbolizes that everyone wins when they play like good sports.

Original series



  • One of Champ's best friends in the 80's series is Bright Heart Raccoon, of whom he affectionately refers to as "little buddy" .
  • He is called Champ Care Bear in some merchandise.

In other languages:

Croatian: As ("Ace")
Dutch: Kampioen Beer ("Champion Bear")
French: Groschampion ("Big Champion")
French (Canadian): Champinnours ("Champion Bear")
German: Sieger Bärchi ("Winner Bear")
Italian: Superorso ("Super Bear")
Japanese: チャンプベア
Norwegian: Superbamse ("Super Bear")
Portuguese: Campeão ("Champion")

Spanish: Campeoncito ("Champion Bear")
Spanish (Argentina): Osito Campeon ("Champion Bear")
Spanish (Spain): Campionorso ("Champion Bear")
Swedish (Cartoon): Guldnalle ("Gold Bear")
Swedish (Comic): Hjältenalle ("Hero Bear")

Care Bears Family
Care Bears
Original Bears
Bedtime Bear - Birthday Bear - Cheer Bear - Friend Bear - Funshine Bear - Good Luck Bear - Grumpy Bear - Love-a-Lot Bear - Tenderheart Bear - Wish Bear
1980s - 1990s Introductions
Baby Hugs Bear - Baby Tugs Bear - Champ Bear - Daydream Bear - Forest Friend Bear - Grams Bear - Harmony Bear - I Love You Bear - Perfect Panda - Polite Panda - Sea Friend Bear - Secret Bear - Share Bear - Take Care Bear - True Heart Bear
2000s Introductions
All My Heart Bear - Always There Bear - America Cares Bear - Amigo Bear - Bashful Heart Bear - Best Friend Bear - Do-Your-Best Bear - Heartsong Bear - Hopeful Heart Bear - Laugh-a-Lot Bear - Me Bear - Messy Bear - Oopsy Bear - Pink Power Bear - Play-a-Lot Bear - Shine Bright Bear - Smart Heart Bear - Superstar Bear - Surprise Bear - Sweet Dreams Bear - Sweet Sakura Bear - Thanks-a-Lot Bear - Too Loud Bear - Work of Heart Bear - True North Bear
2010s Introductions
Great Giving Bear - Shiver Me Timbear - Wonderheart Bear - Trick-or-Sweet Bear - Christmas Wishes Bear - Rainbow Heart Bear - Piece of Heart Bear
2020s Introductions
Care Bear Cousins
Brave Heart Lion - Bright Heart Raccoon - Cozy Heart Penguin - Gentle Heart Lamb - Lotsa Heart Elephant - Loyal Heart Dog - Noble Heart Horse - Playful Heart Monkey - Proud Heart Cat - Swift Heart Rabbit - Treat Heart Pig
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