Chicago Fire FC players are scheduled to begin voluntary individual workouts on Friday, May 29 at SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview, IL. Voluntary individual workouts are the first phase in Major League Soccer’s intended return to play. The 2020 MLS season was suspended March 12 due to the COVID-19 pandemic though players have been adhering to individually tailored fitness programs.
Chicago Fire FC today announced an expanded Pub Partner Program for the 2020 MLS season, bringing Chicago Fire road matches to 26 local bars and pubs – up from nine in 2019 – and 16 neighborhoods across Chicagoland. Official watch parties will take place at select pubs for every away match. Locations will be announced throughout the season.
Chicago Fire FC announced today that the Club has expanded its Spanish-language content offering, highlighted by an expanded section on its website and a newly-launched Twitter account, @VamosFire. Through these new platforms, the Fire will be able to more directly engage with fans both in Chicago and across the globe through original Spanish content and storytelling.