Chicago Fire Defender Jonathan Bornstein Working Out At Home With Daughters With MLS Season On COVID-19 Hiatus"I've been trying very creative things, especially with the daughters. Trying to do pushups, and situps, and squats, and I went running in the stairwell that's here right outside my apartment door. So I didn't actually leave the apartment complex," Bornstein said.
Chicago Fire, MLS To Suspend Play For 30 DaysThe postponement follows the NBA cancelling its season earlier this week Thursday's announcement that the NHL putting a "pause" on the rest of the 2019-2020 season and that Major League Baseball said it will delay the start of the regular season by two weeks.
Chicago Fire FC Loses Tough One To Seattle In Season OpenerThe Seattle Sounders opened their MLS Cup defense with a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire FC on Sunday.
Wicky, Chicago Fire FC Eager To Get New Season GoingA season of newness begins for the Chicago Fire FC on Sunday.
Chicago Fire FC Introduces New Head Coach Raphael WickyThis offseason has been one of change for the Chicago Fire FC -- new ownership, a new stadium, new branding, new team core, and now a new head honcho.
As Chicago Fire Relocates To Soldier Field, Franchise Looks To Revitalize Fan Interest Under New Leadership"Sports is very black and white that way. You either win or you lose. There’s such a hunger here among the fans to see a winner, so every aspect of the organization has to be world class from the front office to the players we put on the field."
Arnaud Gets Impact's First MLS Goal, Ties Fire 1-1Davy 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.