Chicago Fire Tickets for Sale

The Fire has a long list of awards, both domestic and international, earned during their twelve years in the league; MLS Cup winner (1998) and runner-up (2000, 2003), MLS Supporters' Shield winner (2003) and runner-up (2000-01), Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup winner (1998, 2000, 2003, 2006) and runner-up (2004), CONCACAF Champions' Cup third place (1999, 2004), and finally SuperLiga runner-up last season, 2009.

The Chicago Fire also has a complete developmental system which consists of the Chicago Fire Premier (a Premier Development League team and a Super-20 League team), the Chicago Fire Development Academy, and the Chicago Fire Juniors youth teams. The club also oversees a charitable community organization, the Chicago Fire Foundation (formerly the FireWorks for Kids Foundation).

Given the early and continued success and popularity of this MLS team, the time is right for fans to order their 2010 Chicago Fire tickets. Get yours now, and come cheer the Fire on in their soccer-specific 20,000-seat home, Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois.

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Apr 1 Sat 2:00 PM Chicago Fire vs. Montreal Impact Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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Apr 8 Sat 5:00 PM Chicago Fire vs. Columbus Crew SC Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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Apr 15 Sat 4:00 PM Chicago Fire vs. New England Revolution Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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Apr 21 Fri 7:30 PM Toronto FC vs. Chicago Fire BMO Field
Toronto, ONT
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Apr 29 Sat 7:30 PM New York Red Bulls vs. Chicago Fire Red Bull Arena - NJ
Harrison, NJ
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May 6 Sat 7:30 PM LA Galaxy vs. Chicago Fire StubHub Center - Soccer Stadium
Carson, CA
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May 13 Sat 7:30 PM Chicago Fire vs. Seattle Sounders FC Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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May 17 Wed 7:30 PM Chicago Fire vs. Colorado Rapids Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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May 20 Sat 4:00 PM D.C. United vs. Chicago Fire RFK Stadium
Washington, DC
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May 25 Thu 7:30 PM Chicago Fire vs. FC Dallas Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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Jun 4 Sun 7:30 PM Orlando City SC vs. Chicago Fire Orlando City Stadium
Orlando, FL
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Jun 10 Sat 3:00 PM Chicago Fire vs. Atlanta United FC Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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Jun 17 Sat 7:30 PM New England Revolution vs. Chicago Fire Gillette Stadium
Foxborough, MA
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Jun 24 Sat 7:30 PM Chicago Fire vs. Orlando City SC Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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Jul 1 Sat 6:00 PM Chicago Fire vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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Jul 5 Wed 7:30 PM Portland Timbers vs. Chicago Fire Providence Park
Portland, OR
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Jul 22 Sat 2:00 PM New York City FC vs. Chicago Fire Yankee Stadium
Bronx, NY
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Jul 29 Sat 7:30 PM Sporting Kansas City vs. Chicago Fire Children's Mercy Park
Kansas City, KS
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Aug 5 Sat 7:30 PM Chicago Fire vs. New England Revolution Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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Aug 12 Sat 7:30 PM Columbus Crew SC vs. Chicago Fire Mapfre Stadium
Columbus, OH
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Aug 16 Wed 7:30 PM Montreal Impact vs. Chicago Fire Stade Saputo
Montreal, QUE
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Aug 19 Sat 7:00 PM Chicago Fire vs. Toronto FC Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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Aug 26 Sat 7:30 PM Chicago Fire vs. Minnesota United FC Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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Sep 2 Sat 7:00 PM Montreal Impact vs. Chicago Fire Stade Saputo
Montreal, QUE
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Sep 9 Sat 3:00 PM Chicago Fire vs. New York Red Bulls Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
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The Chicago Fire S.C. was founded on October 8, 1997, which, fittingly, was also the 126th anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. In 1998, their inaugural MLS season, the Fire won the MLS Cup as well as the U.S. Open Cup, thus achieving the coveted "double" of Major League Soccer – impressive for their very first year.

The Chicago Fire was just a penalty shoot-out away from a spot in the MLS Cup finals in 2009, but, despite the successful campaign, quite a few changes took place this past offseason in Chicago. Coach Denis Hamlett was fired, defenseman Gonzalo Segares (12 games, 1 goal, 1 assist) and forward Chris Rolfe (28 games, 6 goals, 1 assist) took their game overseas, superstar mid-fielder Cuauhtemoc Blanco (21 games, 5 goals, 8 assists) went back to Mexico, and goalkeeper Jon Busch (11-7-12 record, 136 shots, 103 saves, 1.13 GAA, 10 shutouts), who started all thirty games, was released just before the season.

Despite all the changes, the Fire still have a solid foundation to build upon. Leading goal scorer Brian "Captain America" McBride (22 games, 7 goals, 2 assists) will return at forward in 2010, and will be partnered with former Fulham teammate Collins John. These two have the potential of becoming a solid scoring duo, while Marco Pappa (30 games, 5 goals, 4 assists) also adds a scoring threat from the mid-field; he was second on the squad in 2009 with 60 shots and first with 29 shots on goal.

Besides bringing in Collins John, new coach Carlos de los Cobos also brought in Krzysztof Krol, who is expected to take over the left back duties. The biggest question for this team will be how well Andrew Dykstra performs as the starting goalkeeper in place of Busch. If Dykstra succeeds then this team will find themselves right back in the playoffs, but if he fails it could be a long season for the Chicago Fire S.C. This is a very bold move for coach de los Cobos, and one that could eventually define his legacy in the Windy City.