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Fire Blowout Sale to Benefit the Chicago Fire Foundation

The Chicago Fire Soccer Club will hold a Season End Fire Locker Room Sale on Saturday, November 20 from 10 AM CT – 1 PM CT in the Fire’s locker room at TOYOTA PARK (7000 S. Harlem Ave., Bridgeview, IL) continue reading »

Chicago Fire-Holiday Ticket Pack

From the Chicago Fire Website: The Chicago Fire Soccer Club unveiled today its 2011 Holiday Pack. The 2011 package provides the opportunity to see the Chicago Fire at a 50% savings off of ticket price and gives fans the opportunity to witness the Men in Red in action in their continue reading »

Chicago Fire Prepare to Say Good-bye to #20 McBride

The Chicago Fire’s Brian McBride, will be given a hero’s send-off as video well-wishes from past and present MLS and U.S. Men’s National Team players and coaches are played at his final home match at Toyota Park for the Fire’s home finale against D.C. United on Saturday, Oct. 16 at 3:00 PM. continue reading »

Chicago V. San Jose Broadcast Switch For September 29th Game

"The Chicago Fire announced today that the broadcast for the Chicago Fire – San Jose Earthquakes match on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 10:00 PM CT at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, CA will be broadcast regionally on Chicagolan continue reading »

CULTURE: Pilsen Soccer Mural Gets an Update

Wednesday, with the help of BEHR paint and the Chicago Fire, artist Oscar Romera was given the opportunity to restore and update a soccer mural he originally created on a Pilson wall at 1030 W. 16th St. in 1998 continue reading »

Pilsen Soccer Mural Gets an Update

Wednesday, with the help of BEHR paint and the Chicago Fire, artist Oscar Romera was given the opportunity to restore and update a soccer mural he originally created on a Pilson wall at 1030 W. 16th St. in 1998 continue reading »

Julian Posada Becomes Fire’s New Team President

Thursday, Julian Posada was announced as Chicago Fire’s team president. He will be responsible for overall club management and stadium operations and lead strategic planning. continue reading »

Chicago Fire Lose to Philadelphia Union 0-1

The Chicago Fire’s playoff hopes may have been squashed when they fell to the Philadelphia Union 1-0 at PPL Park Saturday night. The Fire were playing their third game in seven days, and did not have a good first half. The team's performance was not that of one in desperate need of three points, and Patrick Le Toux’s well-worked goal seemed a fitting punishment. continue reading »

Crunch Time

Wednesday’s match is an absolutely crucial one for both teams. Both Chicago and Toronto find themselves on the outside of the playoff picture looking in – and both need a win to keep their postseason hopes alive. continue reading »

Game against Toronto must-win for Chicago

Currently wallowing in 11th place – seven points behind Seattle for the eighth and final playoff spot – the Fire play their biggest game of the season Wednesday night when they host ninth-place Toronto FC at Toyota Park. continue reading »

Chicago’s Segares fined, suspended 2 games

Fire defender disciplined for shot to head of Galaxy's Leonardo Chicago Fire left back Gonzalo Segares has been issued a two-game suspension and a $500 fine for his actions in last weekend's game against the LA Galaxy, MLS announced on Tuesday. continue reading »

Commentary: Adios to US-Mexico rivalry?

New CONCACAF rule means big changes for epic border war. The soccer world as we’ve known it for the last 20 years changed this week. And when it did, there were no alarm bells. No barking dogs, no crying children, no notice of any kind save for a months-old dispatch from CONCACAF and a 200-word afterthought of a story in La Prensa – a Honduran paper, no less. continue reading »