Chicago Fire Front Office
Chicago Fire announce USL affiliation with Forward Madison
"Madison is one of the best run clubs in USL" -Georg Heitz
The inside story of how the Chicago Fire landed Arlo White
It couldn’t have happened without a chance meeting at a bar, Dan Majerle, and David Tyree. Really.
Ticket sales top 30,000 for Chicago Fire home opener
Soldier Field should be at least half full against Atlanta United
Chicago Fire, WGN-TV announce broadcast deal
All local Fire games will be on WGN-TV in addition to ESPN+
The New Fire Logo Is Garbage [UPDATED]
The club had to get this brand refresh 100% right. It’s not even close.
Who Should Replace Paunovic?
We take a look at a few names that could be leading the Fire in 2020
Veljko Paunovic Out As Chicago Fire Head Coach [UPDATED]
The former Serbian international’s four-year stint as head coach is apparently over
Fire Front Office Moves To Undermine Section 8, Launch Corporate Takeover Of Supporter Culture
The Fire front office continues their attack on the hardcore supporters
Nelson Rodriguez Needs To Go
The Fire president/GM doesn’t have a plan to move the club forward.
Hauptman Is Out. Now What?
Now that he owns a controlling share of the club, Joe Mansueto has a big job ahead of him
The Top 3 Questions Joe Mansueto Must Answer As New Owner
We’re still on the Mansueto high from last weekend, but reality is starting to set in, and we have some questions
In Late-Night Change, Fire Update Policy On “Political” Banners
The Fire’s implementation of a league-wide ban on Iron Front imagery is among the most restrictive in MLS
Andrew Hauptman Sells Stake In Chicago Fire Soccer Club
Joe Mansueto is the new majority owner and chairman, while Hauptman has left the club entirely
Official: Fire Agree To Amended Stadium Lease With Bridgeview
The agreement is the first step toward a reported move back to Soldier Field
Here’s What We Would Ask Nelson Rodriguez If We Could
The Fire GM’s next media roundtable is in two weeks. Here’s what we would ask if we were invited.
What The MLSPA Salary Disclosure Tells Us About The Fire’s Priorities
Chicago aren’t getting good ROI for their payroll spending— and it’s costing them the season
Lack of Coaching Change is Abnormal for Hauptman Era
Ownership has given more time to the front office pairing than any other
Fire To Break Their Lease With Bridgeview, Move Back To Soldier Field
After weeks of rumor and speculation, the Fire are going back "home"
So About Those Rebrand Rumors
In which Ruben has feelings about the rumored name change and move to Soldier Field
Fire, Section 8 Reach New Agreement
The months-long boycott of organized support is over
Fire Unveil New Jersey, Announce Sponsorship Deal With Motorola
Get that smartphone money N-Rod
Sector Latino Member Files Lawsuit Against Nelson Rodriguez, Monterrey Security, & Others [UPDATED]
The protracted conflict between the Fire front office and supporters enters a new chapter
Fire Season Ticket Price Increases Disproportionately Affect Section 8
Section 101 has also been reclassified as a "Corner Kick" section
A Night Out With The Fire
We hit up the Fire’s "fan appreciation" event at the Michigan Avenue AT&T store last week
Friday Mailbag & Open Thread: Fading History
Missed anniversaries, former players, and more
Dax Takes One For The Team
The Fire captain broke from precedent by speaking out about Section 8 and Sector Latino. Will this affect his future in Chicago?
The 2018 Fire season has been a complete failure. Ruben says it’s time for a change of leadership.
Who is Peter Neururer?
With rumors linking him to Bridgeview, we take a closer look at the potential new Fire head coach
Who Should Replace Pauno?
A look at possible candidates to replace the current Fire head coach
Paywalls, And Other Small Tragedies
The ESPN+ deal is a good long-term move. And the Fire are still screwing it up.
Taking A Look At Potential Shirt Sponsors For Next Season
With Valspar reportedly cutting ties, the Chicago Fire will need to find someone else to advertise on their jersey