Chicago Fire have gone back and forth to the Soldier Field stadium over the years, but have most recently moved back home in 2020.
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Chicago Fire Stadium Guide
|Address:||1410 Museum Campus Dr, Chicago, Illinois, 60605|
|Stadium Owner:||Chicago Park District|
|Former Names:||Municipal Grant Park Stadium (1924–1925)|
|Architect:||Holabird & Roche, Wood + Zapata, Inc., Lohan Caprile Goettsch Architects|
|Construction Cost:||US$13 million|
|Structural Engineer:||Thornton Tomasetti|
Chicago Fire Info
|Full Name:||Chicago Fire Football Club|
|Rivals:||Sporting KC, Columbus Crew|
|Team Colours:||Blue and Red|
|Club Mascot:||Sparky the Dalmatian|
|Nicknames:||Men in Red|
|Former Stadiums:||Toyota Park|
|Famous Players:||Bastian Schweinsteiger, Freddie Ljungberg, Chris Armas, DaMarcus Beasley, Carlos Bocanegra|
|Famous Managers:||Raphaël Wicky, Veljko Paunović|
|Team Owner:||Joe Mansueto|
|Team Goalscorer:||Ante Razov (87)|
|Most Appearances:||C.J. Brown (344)|
Soldier Field Seating Plan
How to get to Soldier Field
Where is Soldier Field?
Frequently Asked Questions
Who plays at Soldier Field?
American side Chicago Fire play their home matches at Soldier Field.
What is the capacity of Soldier Field?
As of 2021 Soldier Field has an official seating capacity of 61,500 for Football matches.
When was Soldier Field opened?
Soldier Field officially opened in 1924 and is home to Chicago Fire
What is the postcode for Soldier Field?
The postcode for Soldier Field is 60605.
Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?
Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Soldier Field in 2021. Please visit the official website of Chicago Fire for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.