Marco Pappa and Dominic Oduro scored in the first 26 minutes and the Chicago Fire earned a 2-1 victory over the Columbus Crew on Saturday.
Second-half substitute Kelyn Rowe broke a scoreless game in the 70th minute to lift the Revolution to a 2-0 win over the Chicago Fire on Saturday night.
Eddie Gaven scored Columbus’ first goal and assisted on the second by Emilio Renteria as the Crew defeated the Chicago Fire 2-1 on Saturday night.
Eric Brunner’s goal in the 19th minute broke a three-match scoring drought and the Portland Timbers went on to defeat the Chicago Fire 2-1 on Sunday.
Patrick Nyarko scored in the 58th minute, and the Chicago Fire beat winless Toronto FC 3-2 on Saturday.
Logan Pause scored in the 27th minute to lifted the Chicago Fire to a 1-1 draw with the Houston Dynamon on Sunday night in a match shortened to 66 minutes due to lightning.
Davy Arnaud scored the first Major League Soccer goal in Impact history, and Montreal tied the Chicago Fire 1-1 Saturday before a crowd of 58,912 at its home opener in Olympic Stadium.
The MLS Chicago Fire has terminated its affiliation with and sued a youth soccer league, claiming it failed to pay more than $35,000 for use of team trademarks, violating a licensing agreement.
The Chicago Fire officially removed the interim tag and named Frank Klopas their head coach Thursday.
Fredy Montero collected a loose ball off a corner kick scramble and slid it past Chicago goalkeeper Sean Johnson in the 78th minute, and the Seattle Sounders FC won the U.S. Open Cup for the third straight year with a 2-0 win over the Fire on Tuesday night.
Rafael Da Silva scored in the 76th minute to give Manchester United the lead, and the English soccer powerhouse went on to beat the Chicago Fire 3-1 in an exhibition match at Soldier Field on Saturday.
Monday morning’s storms are still wreaking havoc on the Chicago Fire who had to move up tonight’s game against the New York Red Bulls to 5 p.m.
The Chicago Fire and Manchester United have agreed to play a game at Soldier Field on July 23 as part of the World Football Challenge.
Brian McBride scored in his final game and Freddie Ljungberg added a goal and two assists to lead the Chicago Fire.
It all ends Saturday night…not just a disappointing Fire season, but maybe C.J. Brown’s soccer career. Josh Liss spoke with Brown, the last player left from the Fire’s debut team in 1998, ahead of this weekend’s finale against Chivas USA in Los Angeles…
A whistle spoiled Brian McBride’s sendoff. McBride had a goal waved off in the second half Saturday, and the Chicago Fire settled for a scoreless draw with D.C. United in McBride’s final home game.
By NANCY ARMOUR AP National Writer BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (AP) — When Eric Lichaj and his brothers were little, their father would take them to soccer games at Soldier Field, the boys wearing jerseys from their […]
FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Jeff Cunningham scored on a penalty kick in the 67th minute to tie the MLS career goal-scoring record, and FC Dallas equaled the longest single-season unbeaten streak in league history with […]
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) Freddie Ljungberg scored his first goal with Chicago and added two assists to help the Fire beat the San Jose Earthquakes 3-0 Wednesday night. Rookie defender Steven Kinney scored his first […]
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. — Brian McBride, whose scoring touch and tenacity earned him fans on both sides of the Atlantic, is calling it a career. The 38-year-old McBride said Friday he will retire at the end […]