The improving Fire will host the recently frustrated Colorado Rapids Wednesday night at Toyota Park. Len Ziehm previews the match as Chicago looks to continue its five-game unbeaten streak.
The Fire advanced to the quarterfinals of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with a 2-1 victory over the Columbus Crew Thursday afternoon. Mike Magee and Patrick Nyarko tallied goals for Chicago.
2wMay was a rough month for the Fire, but the additions of Bakary Soumare and Mike Magee and a run of home games provide a big boost for the team as they prepare to face D.C United on Sunday.
3wThe Fire may not have picked up a win against Real Salt Lake Saturday, but there have been some encouraging signs surrounding the team lately, including their first goal in more than a month.
3wThe Chicago Fire acquired Bakary Soumare from the Philadelphia Union on Thursday in hopes of filling a hole that has been created by Arne Friedrich's injury.
3wMay has been a difficult month for the Fire with only two wins throughout the season. What is to come next for this struggling team?
1mFor the second time this week, the Fire couldn't get their offense going as they were shutout by the Philadelphia Union, 1-0. Chicago's Wells Thompson was ejected for his second yellow card in the 62nd minute.
1mThe Fire have scored just six goals in the first nine games this season, winning only twice. Saturday, it's another match with the Philadelphia Union, who bested them at Toyota Park last weekend.
1mThe Chicago Fire has failed to score in five of its nine MLS matches this season and were shutout once again Saturday as they fell 1-0 to the Philadelphia Union.