2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
4-6-6, 9th in Major League Soccer
Chicago Fire fall to USL side Saint Louis FC (1:22)
Josef Martinez lifts Atlanta to 2nd straight win (0:45)
Rooney's D.C. held to 6-goal draw by Schweinsteiger's Chicago (2:27)
Mitrita saves points for NYCFC against Fire (0:46)
Wondolowski breaks Donovan's MLS goals record in San Jose rout (2:14)
Gaitan & Katai keep Chicago firing on all cylinders (1:16)
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Chicago Fire burn Revolution in 5-0 blowout

Nemanja Nikolic scored two first-half goals as the Chicago Fire ended their three-match goal drought with a 5-0 win over the New England Revolution.

5-star Chicago hand New England another big defeat (2:15)
Nikolic slips in behind the defense for Chicago's 1st (0:50)
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40dJeff Carlisle

Report: Fire to pay $60M to leave stadium

The Chicago Fire are expected to formalize their exit from SeatGeek Stadium and return to Soldier Field, according to a report.

McCarty: I'd choose Carlos Vela over Zlatan Ibrahimovic (1:14)
McCarty: Freidel 'crazy' to say there is no pressure in MLS (1:46)
How Chicago Fire will keep up with big spenders in MLS (1:46)
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Ousted, Fire manage scoreless draw at LAFC

David Ousted made four saves, and the Chicago Fire escaped Banc of California Stadium with a 0-0 draw against LAFC on Saturday night.

LAFC frustrated by gallant Chicago (1:06)
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Minnesota trades captain Calvo to Chicago

Minnesota United confirmed on Friday that it has traded captain Francisco Calvo to the Chicago Fire in exchange for $400,000 in allocation money.

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference1Tied-10th
Goals Scored248th
Goals Conceded2313th