2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
7th in Major League Soccer
Fire extend Rapids' losing streak to 5 (2:14)
38 MLS goals in 90 seconds (1:33)
Nikolic rescues Fire from early mishap (1:46)
30 MLS goals in 90 seconds (1:33)
Twellman: Fire need to reintroduce themselves to Chicago (1:17)
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Osorio's goal helps Toronto FC draw vs. Fire

Jonathan Osorio scored the equalizing goal in the 76th minute to help Toronto FC maintain their unbeaten start with a 2-2 draw against the Fire.

Altidore the bright spot for Toronto FC in draw (1:41)
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16dJeff Carlisle

Sources: Fire mull new name, Soldier Field return

The Chicago Fire are in talks to leave SeatGeek Stadium for Soldier Field and potentially seek a rebrand that could entail a new club name.

Fire's dominance rewarded with own-goal winner (1:05)
The best 'megs and moves from MLS Week 3 (1:27)
Major League Soccer's top saves of Week 3 (1:24)
Seattle remain perfect, Chicago Fire winless (2:15)
Morris doubles Seattle lead with clinical finish (1:01)
Celebrating DaMarcus Beasley's 20-year career (1:29)
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Sapong salvages last-gasp draw for 10-man Fire

C.J. Sapong equalized on a header in the fifth minute of extra time, allowing the Chicago Fire to salvage a 1-1 draw with visiting Orlando City.

MLS: 41 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
Ibrahimovic: Alvarez is the best talent in MLS by far (1:03)
LA Galaxy 2-1 Chicago Fire: Zlatan seals win (1:43)

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference111th
Goals Scored12Tied-9th
Goals Conceded11Tied-11th