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Chicago Fire TicketsThe Chicago Fire is a Chicago area professional soccer club with offices in Bridgeview, Illinois, USA. It participates in Major League Soccer. The club was founded October 8th, 1997 on the 126th anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. In 1998, their first season in the league, the Fire won the MLS Cup as well as the US Open Cup (the "double"). They have also won the 2000, 2003, and 2006 US Open Cup. The team colors are red and white. While the Fire originally played at Soldier Field, the club now has their own stadium, Toyota Park at 71st and Harlem Avenue. Toyota Park is owned by the Village of Bridgeview and operated by AEG, the owners of the Fire. The Chicago Fire has had a cooperative agreement with Monarcas Morelia, a Mexican First Division football club, since 2001. The partnership incorporates playing, coaching, and executive personnel, as well as sharing of business and development practices. The club also has through its reserves program, the Chicago Fire Premier collegiate amateur team playing in the Premier Development League, and the Chicago Fire Juniors youth clubs, a substantial youth development system by American standards. It also has a charitable community entity, the FireWorks for Kids Foundation. The Fire also keeps a close connection with its predecessor club the Chicago Sting by holding frequent commemorative events, reunions, and wearing Sting-inspired shirts.

Chicago Fire's starting eleven line up at the club's 2006 home opener. Founded October 8th, 1997 in a ceremony on Navy Pier, the Chicago Fire Soccer Club immediately tapped into the ethnic makeup of its city, bringing in Polish players like Peter Nowak, Jerzy Podbrozny, and Roman Kosecki, Mexican Jorge Campos, and Czech Lubos Kubik. While all showed their talent while playing for Chicago (especially Nowak, the club captain for 5 years) it was the young American players that overall proved most successful and integral to success continuing to this day. They won the "double" in 1998, beating DC United to take the MLS Cup, and a week later the Columbus Crew to win the U.S. Open Cup. They are the most successful club in the modern U.S. Open Cup, winning championships in 1998, 2000, 2003, and 2006. The club's first coach, Bob Bradley, suddenly and unexpectedly left after the 2002 season to lead the Metrostars, the club from his home state. After an extensive search the club selected Dave Sarachan, the top assistant on the US national team, to lead the team. Chicago qualified for the 2003 league final, after a season that saw them resettle at Soldier Field after being forced to play in west suburban Naperville, Illinois while the stadium underwent massive renovations. Despite this, they amassed the best record in the league and captured the 2003 MLS Supporters' Shield, awarded for the regular season's best record. 2003 also saw club captain Peter Nowak retire and take a position in the front office, only to depart a year later to become coach at DC United. In 2006, the club moved into a brand new purpose-built 20,000 capacity stadium at the corner of 71st Street and Harlem Avenue in southwest suburban Bridgeview.

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