2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
5-4-7, 7th in Major League Soccer
Colorado 2-2 Chicago: Katai seals draw (1:59)
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Fire rally to draw with hapless Rapids

The Chicago Fire rallied from a two-goal deficit to notch a 2-2 draw with the Colorado Rapids on Wednesday night at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.

MLS: 32 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
Chicago 1-1 New England: Sanchez howler costs Fire- Via MLS (1:57)
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Sanchez howler lets Revs draw with Fire

Teal Bunbury scored on a gift from Richard Sanchez to help the New England Revolution notch an unlikely 1-1 draw with the Chicago Fire.

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16dESPN staff

Fire's Schweinsteiger excited for Bayern farewell

Chicago Fire star Bastian Schweinsteiger is looking forward to being back with former club Bayern Munich for his testimonial match with the club.

MLS: 49 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
Chicago 2-1 San Jose: Katai leads Fire- Via MLS (2:01)
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Gordon, Katai lead Fire past Earthquakes

Alan Gordon and Aleksandar Katai scored as the Chicago Fire defeated the hapless San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 on Saturday at Toyota Park.

Controversies galore in MLS as VAR takes center stage (8:26)
Philadelphia 3-1 Chicago: Union down Fire (2:01)
Ale's 'You Know It, You Love It' MLS Awards (5:25)
Orlando 1-2 Chicago: Gordon golazo lifts Fire - Via MLS (1:58)
Chicago 2-3 Houston: Dynamo fight back - Via MLS (1:59)
Columbus 3 -0 Chicago: Zardes brace - via MLS (1:59)
Chicago 1-0 Montreal: Ellis leaves it late for Fire - Via MLS (2:00)
Are Rooney and Torres too far gone for MLS? (5:13)
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46dJeff Carlisle

Chicago, Torres talks in doubt - sources

A scheduled meeting to decide Fernando Torres' future will take place without Chicago Fire representatives, sources have told ESPN FC.

Chicago 1-2 Atlanta: Atlanta make it eight unbeaten - Via MLS (1:59)
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49dMatt Pentz

Can Chicago hang with the East's elite?

After a rough start, the Chicago Fire are showing signs of duplicating last year's success. But in the ultra-competitive East, can they keep pace?

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53dDermot Corrigan

Fire's Paunovic: Torres 'complete superstar'

Chicago Fire coach Veljko Paunovic has called Fernando Torres a "complete superstar" amid reports that his former teammate could join his MLS club.

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference-5Tied-14th
Goals Scored23Tied-12th
Goals Conceded2818th