Chicago Fire Home Schedule
The Chicago Fire’s 2019 schedule includes 17 home games, beginning with their home opener against Orlando City SC (March 9). Other key home games include matchups with New York Red Bulls (March 30), Atlanta United FC (July 3), and D.C. United (July 27). They will play their final home game of the season against Toronto FC (September 29).
Chicago Fire at SeatGeek Stadium
The Chicago Fire joined Major League Soccer as an expansion franchise in 1998, one of the first franchises to be added after the original 10 founding members of the league. They have always played at the same stadium, which originally was known as Toyota Park and opened the same year that the Fire began play. It was renamed SeatGeek Stadium in 2018.
The Fire took the league by storm when they joined, beating D.C. United to win the MLS Cup championship in their first season of existence. They made it to the MLS Cup final again two years later, though were unable to overcome the Kansas City Wizards (now known as Sporting Kansas City).
The Fire won the Supporters’ Shield as the league’s best regular season team in 2003 and qualified for another MLS Cup final that same year, though fell to the San Jose Earthquakes. They have not been back to the final since, but they will be looking to fix that in 2019.
The Fire play in the Eastern Conference of MLS. The other members of the Eastern Conference are Atlanta United FC, the New England Revolution, FC Cincinnati, New York Red Bulls, D.C. United, Montreal Impact, Columbus Crew SC, New York City FC, Toronto FC, Orlando City SC, and Philadelphia Union.
Individual game tickets are available.
All game times are local and subject to change.