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The home of Major League Soccer's Chicago Fire, winners of six domestic championships since 1998.
Not a bad seat in the stadium! Great energy + crowd. Good place to catch an MLS game. 💕
Let's go Fire!
The return of ice cream nachos!
Stuff and things
Cool venue. Lots of good eats to choose from and very clean for a stadium
Finished my first late night 5k!
Ready set walk!
Blacklight Run 2014 :)
Don't get emotionally involved with the fire.
If you're ever waiting in line to use the rest room, you're doing something wrong.
Section eight is the best way to watch a match!
The guest service crew is above and beyond what they should be.
Only $11 a drink... Be sure to tailgate for a better time.
Go #Chicago fire! #cf97
We kill them dead. Means from insects
Come on, Fire!
Buy a scarf or hat!
Season tickets are the way to go!
You can now upgrade your seats at all Fire home games! Go to
Easy access to and from Interstate 55!
Sit in the front row.
The parking lot situation is ridiculous--exiting a stadium parking lot after a sold out event is never easy but this has been my worst experience ever... No cars have moved for over 20 minutes...
Sector Latino (sec. 101) gets crazy!
The Quaker Oatmeal corner is hands-down the best thing about this place.
Fire got dumped here by MUFC last summer
Buy a ticket anywhere in Toyota Park and come join Section 8!(Section 116-119)
I'm so Happy
Go early as they still don't know how to park cars!!!
You better be cheering for the Fire :)
Chicago fire till I die.
Check out the Illinois Soccer Hall of Fame by Section 33! Awesome stuff.
Sit in Section 8 for the best time :-)
Get a Lagunitas IPA from from the stand behind section 110 or the stand behind section 124. Best beer in the stadium.
Darn chilli here in the skyway.
The margaritas are pretty tasty!
Section c has a cheese burger station and a shot mountain
Cheer for the Fire. They're good.
If you're sitting in the Miller Lite Party Deck, go to the concession stand if you want MGD.
Good Games This year 2011
Get there early and tailgate!
The home stadium of Chicago Fire hosted its first competitive international with a 2010 World Cup qualifying match on September 10, 2008 between USA and Trinidad and Tobago.