Longtime German midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger is calling it a career. The Chicago Fire announced Tuesday that the 35-year-old is retiring from football after an 18-year career in the sport. (…)
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One of the most recognizable faces in Major League Soccer will be back for a third season with the Chicago Fire. On Wednesday, the Fire announced they re-signed Bastian Schweinsteiger to a Designated Player (…)
Longtime Bayern servant Bastian Schweinsteiger featured in his testimonial match on Tuesday against the Chicago Fire.
With the All-Star Game in the rearview mirror, MLS play resumed over the weekend with some surprising results, some big performances and one spectacular goal.
The Chicago Fire’s inconsistent defending buried them on Wednesday as they fell 3-1 in Philadelphia.
Bastian Schweinsteiger’s lack of central defense experience showed in the Fire’s loss to the Galaxy.
The Chicago Fire are reportedly close to re-signing Bastian Schweinsteiger.
The 33-year-old Schweinsteiger is currently out of contract following his 2017 campaign with the Chicago Fire.
The Chicago Fire failed to show up for their postseason match, but the club is looking at the positives step taken during what was a major rebuilding year.
The New York Red Bulls cruised past the Chicago Fire to open the MLS playoffs.