2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
7-7-15, 10th in Major League Soccer
New England 2-2 Chicago: Revs drop valuable points - Via MLS (2:14)
Ale's 'You Know It, You Love It' MLS Awards (3:38)
Chicago 4-0 Orlando City: Fire torment listless Lions (2:12)
Schweinsteiger: It was an unbelievable farewell (0:37)
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27dESPN

Schweinsteiger caps Bayern testimonial with goal

Bastian Schweinsteiger scored late in his testimonial match as his former club Bayern Munich beat the Chicago Fire, his current employers, 4-0.

Schweinsteiger expects emotional farewell - Via Bayern Munich (3:00)
Ale's 'You Know It, You Love It' MLS Awards (3:07)
Who makes the playoffs in the Eastern Conference? (2:12)
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29dESPN

Schweini gets Munich honour before testimonial

Chicago Fire and former Bayern Munich and Germany midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger was given the Bavarian Order of Merit on Monday.

Chicago Fire 1-1 Columbus Crew: Crew SC battle back (1:59)
Montreal 2-1 Chicago: Stoppage time winner (2:12)
Chicago 0-1 NY Red Bulls: BWP scores (2:09)
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44dReuters

Wright-Phillips sends NYRB past Chicago

Bradley Wright-Phillips scored in the 55th minute, and the visiting New York Red Bulls beat the Chicago Fire 1-0 Saturday night at Toyota Park.

RSL 2-1 Chicago: Basti nets a rocket (2:13)
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51dReuters

Kreilach's brace powers RSL past Fire

Damir Kreilach scored a goal in each half and helped Real Salt Lake extend their home unbeaten streak to 11 games with a 2-1 win over Chicago.

Toronto 3-0 Chicago: Reds extinguish Fire again - Via MLS (2:09)
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58dReuters

TFC beats Fire for second time in two weeks

Toronto FC picked up its second win over the Chicago Fire in as many weeks, this time collecting a 3-0 result on Saturday at BMO Field in Toronto.

Chicago 1-2 Toronto: Osorio lifts Reds - Via MLS (1:59)
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65dReuters

TFC snaps six-game winless skid in Chicago

Sebastian Giovinco and Jonathan Osorio got on the scoreboard as Toronto beat the Fire 2-1 on Saturday in Chicago, snapping a six-game winless run.

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference-1119th
Goals Scored43Tied-15th
Assists29Tied-16th
Goals Conceded5416th