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Chicago Fire Football Club is an American professional soccer franchise based in Chicago, Illinois. The team competes in Major League Soccer as a member of the league's Eastern Conference, having moved to the conference in 2002. The franchise is named after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, and was founded as the Chicago Fire Soccer Club on October 8, 1997, the event's 126th anniversary. The team began play in 1998 as one of the league's first expansion teams. The Fire won the MLS Cup as well as the U.S. Open Cup in their first season in 1998. They also won U.S. Open Cups in 2000, 2003, and 2006, in addition to the 2003 MLS Supporters' Shield. In 2015, the club won the first ever MLS Wooden Spoon, and repeated the feat in 2016. The Fire maintains an extensive development system, consisting of the Chicago Fire Development Academy and the Chicago Fire Juniors youth organization. They also operate the Chicago Fire Foundation, the team's community-based charitable division. The Fire's home stadium is Soldier Field.
Location: Chicago
Arena/Stadium: Soldier Field
Owners: Andrew Hauptman
Head Coach: Raphaël Wicky
Championship year: 1998

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May 16
From Saputo Stadium - Montreal Impact in Montreal
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May 23
From Soldier Field in Chicago
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May 27
From Soldier Field in Chicago
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May 30
From Soldier Field in Chicago
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Jun 13
From MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus
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Jun 17
From BMO Field in Toronto
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Jun 20
From Lockhart Stadium
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Jun 27
From Soldier Field in Chicago
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Jul 5
From Soldier Field in Chicago
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Jul 11
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Jul 18
From Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City
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Jul 25
From Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati
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Aug 1
From Soldier Field in Chicago
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Aug 5
From Soldier Field in Chicago
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Aug 9
From Soldier Field in Chicago
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Aug 15
From Red Bull Arena
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Aug 22
From Allianz Field in Saint Paul
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Aug 29
From BC Place in Vancouver
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Sep 5
From Soldier Field in Chicago
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Sep 13
From Audi Field in Washington

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Mar 7
From Gillette Stadium in Foxborough
Mar 1
From CenturyLink Field in Seattle