The Fire are ready to take on the MLS Cup Playoffs for the first time in five seasons.
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It took six long and largely disappointing seasons, but the Chicago Fire are finally back in the playoffs. The Fire defeated the San Jose Earthquakes, 4-1, at Avaya Stadium on Wednesday night, clinching a (…)
CHESTER, PA– An extensive goal drought was broken and history was made on Saturday night at Talen Energy Stadium. Chris Pontius scored his first two goals since October 1, 2016 and C.J. Sapong (…)
Nemanja Nikolic got back on the scoresheet after an extended drought, and the Chicago Fire got a point because of it.
Minnesota United won the club’s first road game of the season by taking down the faltering Fire.
TFC pushed past the Chicago Fire to extend their lead atop the East.