The Fire picked up their 12th draw of the season after battling to a scoreless tie with the Vancouver Whitecaps at Toyota Park on Wednesday night.
Two of England's more successful clubs rolled through Chicago this weekend and came away impressed with the state of U.S. soccer and the direction in which it's headed.
Harry Kane's fifth-minute goal was all Premier League side Tottenham needed to get past the Fire, 2-0, in a Saturday night friendly at Toyota Park.
2mThe Chicago Fire finally pulled out a victory Saturday night, using a barrage of goals to take down the New York Red Bulls in New Jersey.
2mThe Fire held a late lead in their Saturday-night match with Real Salt Lake, but they yielded two goals in the final minutes and fell, 3-2, in Bridgeview.
3mNew England's Bobby Shuttleworth stopped Juan Luis Anangono's penalty kick in the first minute of stoppage time Saturday to preserve a 1-1 draw with the Chicago Fire.
3mQuincy Amarikwa scored in the 54th minute Saturday to give the Fire a 1-1 draw with the Montreal Impact. The Fire are still winless, with Saturday's draw their fifth of the season.
3mThe Fire announced on Thursday that they have re-signed reigning MLS MVP to a new deal. Due to league and team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
3mJuan Luis Anangono headed in the tying goal from a difficult angle in the 86th minute to lift the Chicago Fire into their fourth straight draw, a 2-2 tie with the Philadelphia Union on Saturday.
4mThe Chicago Fire announced Wednesday that the club has acquired allocation money from D.C. United in exchange for forward Chris Rolfe.