The Fire opened the preseason with a 3-0 win against the University of South Florida with goals from Arturo Alvarez, David Accam and Vincent Mitchell.
Chicago Fire rookie Brandon Vincent made his national team debut in a 1-0 U.S. win against Canada on Friday night.
The Chicago Fire open up preseason play on Saturday with a match against the University of South Florida at 4 p.m. CT. Here are some things to watch for if you tune into the web stream of the game.
3mNearly 12 months following the decision to bring down the curtain on his 12-year professional career, Fire interim assistant coach Logan Pause is making an impact in more ways than one.
3mWins have come at a premium for the Men in Red. And after grabbing all three points against the New England Revolution and training through a bye week, the Fire are striving to make it two on the trot.
3mFire interim coach Brian Bliss will be keeping a close eye on four of his key players as the FIFA international window comes to a close.
3mThe Fire jersey will have a new look come 2016. On Monday, the club announced a multi-year deal with Valspar Corporation, a Minneapolis-based paint brand as the third jersey sponsor in team history.
4mAfter securing their first win since Aug. 26 last weekend, the Fire were back on the training field for four straight days and closed out the week with a competitive, full-field scrimmage on Friday.
4mThe latest chapter in the fabled rivalry between the United States and Mexico is headed to the big screen. Fathom Events and Fox Sports 1 are collaborating to broadcast Saturday's clash at more than 200 movie theaters across the country.
4mBehind a goal and assist from Harry Shipp, and tallies by Designated Players David Accam and Gilberto, the Fire recorded a 3-1 victory over the New England Revolution Saturday night at Toyota Park.
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