Chicago (3-6-2) has lost three of its last four games.
by: James Bridget Gordon — SB Nation: Hot Time In Old Town 9h
The Fire post an abysmal performance at home, blowing a 2-1 lead against a beatable Houston side
by: AP — Fox Sports 9h
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (AP) Alberth Elis scored two second-half goals to help the Houston Dynamo beat the Chicago Fire 3-2 on Sunday for their first road win of the season.
by: Larry Henry Jr. — Soccer By Ives 15h
A trio of MLS action comes your way on Sunday with Atlanta United’s date with the New York Red Bulls leading the way.
by: N/A — Daily Herald 20 May
The Dynamo (3-3-3, 12 points) hasn't won at Toyota Park since 2009. In fact the Fire has won four of the last seven games against Houston at its home stadium. Houston also is winless in four games on the road this season. Mauro Manotas leads Houston with.
by: James Bridget Gordon — SB Nation: Hot Time In Old Town 19 May
Lineups, streaming info, and live NWSL coverage as the Red Stars face off against the Reign
by: Adnan Bašić — Fansided: MLS Multiplex 19 May
The Chicago Fire might have missed out on signing legendary Spanish goalkeeper, Iker Casillas, but that might be a blessing in disguise, and for more reaso...
by: STATS — Fox Sports 19 May
The Chicago Fire will try to bounce back from a disappointing shutout loss when they host the Houston Dynamo on Sunday afternoon at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Ill.
by: Ruben Tisch — SB Nation: Hot Time In Old Town 18 May
Matt Polster’s injury, Ellis vs Ramos, & more
by: Jacqueline Serrato — Chicago Tribune: 90 Minutes 18 May
La gran mayoría de ellos traducen a español, seguido por polaco.
by: Josh Eastern — USA Today: SBI Soccer 18 May
When Orlando City takes the pitch Friday night in Toronto, they will be without star striker Dom Dwyer who did not travel with the team, according to team officials. Dwyer was not listed in the MLS…
by: Martin Tomszak — Chicago Now: Fire Confidential 18 May
What Are They All About? Houston Dynamo Fragile at best. This past weekend the Chicago Fire lost 3-0 on the road in Columbus against the Crew in what can only be described as a comprehensive demolition. Out shot, out possessed, and out coached, the Fire’s