CBS 2’s Luke Stuckmeyer chatted Tuesday with Red Stars forward Katie Johnson about facing her old team, life in the Utah bubble, and what it would mean to win a championship.
Red Stars One Win Away from NWSL Championship MatchCBS 2’s Luke Stuckmeyer chatted Tuesday with Red Stars forward Katie Johnson about facing her old team, life in the Utah bubble, and what it would mean to win a championship.
Chicago Fire FC Game Cancelled Due To COVID-19The Chicago Fire FC was to play Nashville, but five of that team's players tested positive for COVID-19.
Grayslake Boy's Trip To See Everton Canceled, But There's A Pleasant SurpriseTen-year-old Max Hund and his dad, Chris, from Grayslake, won a trip to the U.K. to see Everton, their favorite team in the English Premier League. It was canceled due to coronavirus, but Everton star Mason Holgate invited them next year. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Coach Wicky, Chicago Fire FC Excited For New SeasonAfter six preseason games, new coach Raphael Wicky and the squad are pumped to get the season going.
Chicago Fire FC Introduces New Head CoachRaphael Wicky was introduced Wednesday as the ninth head coach of the Fire.
New Logo For The Chicago FireTo go along with the team's move to Soldier Field, the Chicago Fire unveiled a new look complete with a new logo.
Chicago Fire's New Owner On Moving Back To Soldier Field, Winning ChampionshipsCBS 2's Megan Mawicke sits down with the new owner of the Chicago Fire, billionaire Joe Mansueto, about his plans for the team and how to reinvigorate the team's fan base.
Chicago Fire Moving Back To Soldier FieldThe Chicago Fire will return to Soldier Field, beginning with the 2020 season, after 14 years playing in Bridgeview.
Chicago Fire Is Hot Heading Into the PlayoffsWith a new owner, a possible spot in the playoffs and a move to Soldier Field next season, the future of the Chicago Fire is ablaze.
Four High Schoolers From Deerfield Make Team USA For Youth Soccer's World CupThe timing of the U.S. Women’s National Team winning their second consecutive World Cup couldn’t be better to inspire four local high school soccer players, who are headed to Sweden to compete for Team USA in their own international showdown. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Chicago Celebrates World Cup WinCBS 2's Jeremy Ross captured soccer fans cheering on U.S. women’s national team in Lincoln Park Sunday where the game was shown on an outdoor screen.
Women's World Cup Viewing Party Underway In Lincoln ParkIn just a few hours, soccer fans will be cheering on the U.S. women’s national team as they take on the Netherlands for the World Cup.
Chicago Red Stars Root For Teammates On World Cup TeamSam Kerr of the Chicago Red Stars, who played i the World Cup, will root for her American teammates who are in the final game of the World Cup on Sunday.
Striking Up Soccer Skills At Union StationChicago's Union Station has been transformed into Gold Cup station with games, skills practice and other soccer-related events to celebrate the Concacaf Games, which will wrap up with the final match at Soldier Field this weekend.
Chicago Fire Could Be Heading Back To Soldier Field After More Than A Decade In BridgeviewThe soccer institution was founded in 1997 and played games in Chicago until 2006 when the team moved to Bridgeview.
Red Stars' Sam Kerr Expected To Shine Bright At Women's World CupIt has been a non-stop party since France’s 4-2 World Cup clincher over Croatia. The French are hosting next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup. As CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports, Sam Kerr is one of the Chicago Red Stars who will be shining even brighter on the big stage.