Major League Soccer announced Wednesday the eight Chicago Fire players who have been chosen for the fan ballot for the 2015 AT&T MLS All-Star Game to be held on July 29.
Late extra time goals helped Louisville City FC to a 2-0 win over Indy Eleven in their third-round U.S. Open Cup match on Wednesday, setting up a fourth-round meeting against the Chicago Fire on June 16.
The Chicago Fire were behind early in the game, but they were able to battle back to overcome a two-goal deficit to earn a vital 2-2 draw against Columbus Crew SC on Friday night.
8mThe Fire announced on Friday afternoon that veteran midfielder Logan Pause will retire following the 2014 MLS season.
9mRobert Earnshaw connected on a header in the 83rd minute to get the Fire back in the win column and halt FC Dallas' unbeaten streak at 10 games.
9mThe Fire announced on Thursday that they have signed midfielder Collin Fernandez as a Homegrown player.
9mBrad Guzan has waited eight years to be "the guy" in goal for the United States but with Tim Howard stepping away from the team for a year, the Chicago native now has a chance to make a big statement.
9mChicago Fire head coach and director of soccer Frank Yallop issued a statement on Sunday regarding the New England Revolution's acquisition of Jermaine Jones.
9mDespite scoring an own goal, the Fire overcame that Saturday to draw with Toronto FC. The Fire got a late goal from Quincy Amarikwa to tie things up, leading to their 14th draw of the year
9mAccording to a report from Goal USA, USMNT midfielder Jermaine Jones has a agreed to a contract to join the Fire, but talks have hit a snag because MLS won't guarantee he will be allocated to the Fire.
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