2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
5-8-9, 10th in Major League Soccer
New faces help Columbus earn a point vs. Chicago (1:47)
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16hReuters

Atlanta gets former No. 10 pick Adams from Fire

Atlanta United acquired defensive midfielder Mo Adams from the Chicago Fire on Wednesday in exchange for $100,000 in general allocation money.

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Late goal gets FC Cincinnati past Fire

Fanendo Adi scored his first goal of the season in the 83rd minute as FC Cincinnati defeated the host Chicago Fire 2-1 on Saturday night.

Gaitan's missed penalty costly as Fire fall to Cincy (1:51)
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9d

Chicago agrees to $65m deal to leave stadium

The Chicago Fire will pay $65.5 million to leave the suburban Chicago stadium that has been the team's home for more than a decade.

Paunovic & Chicago Fire under pressure after another defeat (0:51)
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Fire pummel Atlanta with 5-goal barrage

Forward C.J. Sapong scored two goals, and the Chicago Fire erupted for five first-half scores en route to a 5-1 trouncing of Atlanta United.

Chicago score 5 in the first half vs. Atlanta (1:57)
Chicago take commanding lead over Atlanta (0:35)
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Red Bulls continue Fire's road woes

Kaku, Brian White and Daniel Royer each scored as the New York Red Bulls earned a 3-1 victory over the Chicago Fire.

Red Bulls back on track with win over Fire (1:13)
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)

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference1Tied-12th
Goals Scored346th
Assists228th
Goals Conceded33Tied-15th