The Fire are returning to downtown Chicago and will have a new owner when they get there.
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The Chicago Fire are reportedly inching closer to a permanent move to Soldier Field. According to the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Park District voted at its monthly board meeting Wednesday to continue (…)
The inaugural Leagues Cup debuted on Tuesday night in the United States, and the evening proved to be quite entertaining for one MLS side. Oscar Pareja’s return to an MLS venue didn’t go according to (…)
The Chicago Fire could return to their old stomping grounds next season as a temporary solution for its stadium issues. The Fire are expected to return to Soldier Field in 2020, where the club previously (…)
It’s been nearly a decade since Jonathan Bornstein last suited up in Major League Soccer, but the former U.S. Men’s National Team defender is back in the league. The Chicago Fire acquired the rights to the (…)
The Chicago Fire will be exploring new venues in hopes of finding a new home stadium. The club announced on Tuesday they’ve reached an agreement with the Village of Bridgeview to an amended stadium lease, (…)
Francisco Calvo is on his way to the Eastern Conference. The Chicago Fire announced on Friday they acquired Calvo in a trade with Minnesota United. In exchange, Minnesota will receive $400,000 total in (…)