Chicago Fire Lines

With a single MLS Cup and two more appearances, the Chicago Fire are one of the more successful Eastern Conference teams. But after years of being a competitive force the Fire have been stuck in a funk for the last half decade. Even if the team still sits near the bottom of the lead, Chicago Fire lines can be found every week and can help bettors enjoy the games – even as the team struggles and rebuilds.  

Chicago Fire Next Game

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Chicago Fire Score

As the season runs from March to October, the Chicago Fire schedule is filled with tons of great games and plenty of wagering opportunities. Check the Chicago Fire Score for each game – past and future – with the handy calendar widget below. 

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March 2018 (3)
Sat 10 Reg. MD2 Sporting KC 4 - 3 Chicago +188 +164 Odds
Sat 17 Reg. MD3 Chicago 1 - 2 Minnesota United +178 +150 Odds
Sat 31 Reg. MD5 Portland 2 - 2 Chicago +227 +122 Odds
April 2018 (4)
Sat 7 Reg. MD6 Columbus 0 - 1 Chicago +182 +155 Odds
Sat 14 Reg. MD7 L.A. Galaxy 1 - 0 Chicago +200 +147
Sat 21 Reg. MD8 Chicago 2 - 1 NYRB +664 -238
Sat 28 Reg. MD9 Chicago 2 - 2 Toronto +457 -164
May 2018 (6)
Sat 5 Reg. MD10 Atlanta United 2 - 1 Chicago +124 +220
Wed 9 Reg. MD11 Impact 0 - 1 Chicago +336 -123
Sat 12 Reg. MD11 Chicago 0 - 3 Columbus +600 -196
Sun 20 Reg. MD12 Houston 3 - 2 Chicago +196 +131
Sat 26 Reg. MD13 Chicago 2 - 1 Orlando City +255 +110
Wed 30 Reg. MD14 Chicago 1 - 3 Philadelphia +650 -208
June 2018 (7)
Sat 2 Reg. MD14 San Jose 1 - 2 Chicago +287 -112
Wed 6 R4 Chicago 2 - 2 Columbus +350 -130
Sat 9 Reg. MD15 New England 1 - 1 Chicago +245 +103
Wed 13 Reg. MD16 Chicago 2 - 2 Colorado +249 +117
Wed 20 R5 Chicago 1 - 0 Atlanta United +381 -137
Sat 23 Reg. MD17 Chicago 1 - 1 Seattle +478 -154
Sat 30 Reg. MD18 New York City FC 20:00 Chicago +100 +188
July 2018 (6)
Sat 7 Reg. MD19 Chicago 22:30 Vancouver
Wed 11 Reg. MD20 Philadelphia 20:30 Chicago
Sat 14 Reg. MD20 Chicago 20:00 FC Dallas
Wed 18 Louisville City. 20:30 Chicago
Sat 21 Reg. MD21 Toronto 19:00 Chicago
Sat 28 Reg. MD22 Chicago 19:00 Toronto
August 2018 (5)
Sat 4 Reg. MD23 Chicago 22:00 Real Salt Lake
Sat 11 Reg. MD24 NYRB 20:30 Chicago
Sat 18 Reg. MD25 Chicago 19:30 Impact
Thu 23 Reg. MD26 Columbus 19:00 Chicago
Tue 28 Chicago 16:00 Bayern Munich
September 2018 (3)
Sun 16 Reg. MD29 Orlando City 17:00 Chicago
Sat 22 Reg. MD30 Chicago 19:30 New England
Wed 26 Reg. MD31 Chicago 19:00 New York City FC
October 2018 (3)
Sun 7 Reg. MD32 Chicago 13:00 DC United
Sat 20 Reg. MD34 Chicago 16:00 Atlanta United
Sun 28 Reg. MD35 DC United 16:30 Chicago

Chicago Fire Standings

After a last place finish in 2015, the Chicago Fire are looking to climb out of the basement and make a postseason push. Check the Chicago Fire Standings here to see if the team is able to turn things around in 2016 and each subsequent season. 

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Chicago Fire Record

Becoming Major League Soccer’s first expansion team in 1998, the Chicago Fire were successful right out of the gate winning the MLS Cup in 1998 and making 3 Cups in their first 6 years of existence. After the 2003 the team continued to perform well making the playoffs every year from 2005 to 2009. Chicago moved into a new stadium in 2006 – Toyota Park – after spending years struggling to field a suitable and permeant home. Toyota Park is located 12 miles Southwest of Chicago’s city centre and can house about 20,000 soccer fans.

Since 2009 the Chicago Fire have been in a stretch of futility with only a single playoff appearance-  in 2012 – and a last place finish in 2015. The Fire’s poor performance can be attributed to the fact that the newer expansion teams are finally strong enough to push for the playoffs.

Chicago Fire holds a rivalry with multiple clubs. Due to the fact they did not play in the Eastern Conference until 2002, they have a historic rivalry with FC Dallas and the Los Angeles Galaxy. Newer rivals include D.C United and New England Revolution, with the fire being fueled by years of thrilling playoff matches and the fact Chicago defeated D.C United in the 1998 MLS Cup finals. Due to Chicago’s lack of talent the last few years the rivalries have taken a hit, but as the Fire begin their rebuild the clubs hatred for each other will return. Chicago also holds a rivalry with Columbus due to their geographical proximity.