Chicago Fire FC

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This article is about the current Major League Soccer team. For the former World Football League team, see Chicago Fire (WFL).
Chicago Fire FC
First Season
Team History
Chicago Fire FC (1998-present)
Major League Soccer (2002-present)
Western Conference (1998-2001)
  • Eastern Conference (1998-present)
Soldier Field (1998-2005, 2020-present)
SeatGeek Stadium (2006-19)
Cardinal Stadium (2002-03)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives

Chicago Fire Football Club is an American professional soccer franchise based in Chicago. The team competes in Major League Soccer (MLS) as a member of the league's Eastern Conference, having moved to the conference in 2002.


Home programs by season

Season/Date Type Opponent Venue
1998 MLS Cup D.C. United Rose Bowl
June 25, 2006 Regular Season New York Red Bulls Toyota Park

Media guides and yearbooks by season

Media guides

2010s 2011
Major League Soccer
Eastern Conference Atlanta United FC • Charlotte FC • Chicago Fire FC • FC Cincinnati • Columbus Crew • D.C. United • Inter Miami CF • CF Montréal • Nashville SC • New England Revolution • New York City FC • New York Red Bulls • Orlando City SC • Philadelphia Union • Toronto FC
Western Conference Austin FC • Colorado Rapids • FC Dallas • Houston Dynamo FC • LA Galaxy • Los Angeles FC • Minnesota United FC • Portland Timbers • Real Salt Lake • San Jose Earthquakes • Seattle Sounders FC • Sporting Kansas City • Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Defunct Teams Tampa Bay Mutiny (1996-2001) • Miami Fusion (1998-2001) • Chivas USA (2005-14)
Current Venues Audi Field • BC Place • BMO Field • Dick's Sporting Goods Park • Dignity Health Sports Park • Gillette Stadium • Lumen Field • Mapfre Stadium • Mercedes-Benz Stadium • Olympic Stadium • PayPal Park • PNC Stadium • Providence Park • Soldier Field • Subaru Park • Toyota Stadium • Yankee Stadium
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