For the second time in two weeks, the Chicago Fire will host a USL side in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. This time, a trip to the quarterfinal is on the line.
The Fire announced on Friday that they have traded forward Quincy Amarikwa to the San Jose Earthquakes for veteran defender Ty Harden.
From a confident goalkeeping performance to being on the end of another adverse result, Danny Michallik takes a look at the five things learned from the Chicago Fire's 1-0 loss to D.C. United.
1wThe Chicago Fire Soccer Club announced Wednesday that Fire Original Ante Razov will be inducted into the club's Hall of Fame, better referred to as the Ring of Fire.
1wIn his third full season with the Chicago Fire, Quincy Amarikwa hasn't had much luck in the goalscoring department. Unswerving persistence, however, led to his first tally in the 1-0 victory over Louisville City FC Tuesday night.
1wQuincy Amarikwa converted his first goal of the season to fire the Men in Red to a 1-0 victory over Louisville City FC at Toyota Park. The win sends the Fire to the fifth round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
2wThe Chicago Fire switch gears from MLS regular season play and look toward a fourth round U.S. Open Cup fixture against USL side Louisville City FC Tuesday night at Toyota Park.
2wDiego Fagundez scored from the top of the penalty area and the New England Revolution got goals two minutes apart to start the second half in beating the Chicago Fire 2-0 Saturday night.
2wThirteen matches through the MLS regular season, Chicago Fire captain Jeff Larentowicz contends it's time for the players to take ownership of their late defensive breakdowns, beginning with Saturday night's match at New England.
2wMike Magee exited Thursday's training session with what was diagnosed as a "slight hamstring tweak" and will not be available against the Revolution. Meanwhile, loanee Patrick Doody was recalled from Saint Louis FC.