Chicago Fire FC Tickets

Chicago Fire FC Tickets

Chicago Fire FC has been a team part of Major League Soccer since 1998. Since 1998, the team has played games at Soldier Field and SeatGeek Stadium, where the former has been their primary home since 2020 after playing in SeatGeek Stadium from 2006 – 2019. The team also won the MLS and U.S. Open Cup in 1998 during their first season in the league.


Here is the complete guide to Chicago Fire FC tickets for your next game.


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How Much Are Chicago Fire FC Tickets?


Since the Chicago Fire FC team plays at Solider Field, the upper deck seats are unavailable to purchase tickets due to the stadium being mostly a quarter filled for games. Therefore, only the 100 and 200-level seats (length-side only) are available for purchase. The cheapest tickets tend to go for $25 and increase from there.


However, there are fluctuations during the MLS regular season that can impact the price of tickets. For example, cold-weather games in March and April tend to bring less crowd to the stadium, resulting in lower ticket prices. Meanwhile, ticket prices will increase as the weather gets warmer. Finally, ticket demand will increase if the Chicago Fire plays well in the summer.


Usually, the cheapest Chicago Fire FC tickets are during the U.S. Open Cup. The Leagues Cup may have more affordable ticket prices than a regular season MLS game.


Where is the Supporters’ Section at Soldier Field?

Where is the Supporters' Section at Soldier Field

The supporters’ section at Soldier Field is at the 100 level behind the south goal. The supporter groups in this area include Section 8 Chicago, Sector Latino, Red Line, Club Pineapple, and more. These supporters will sing, wave flags, and more to support their team.


Visit the team’s official supporters page to learn about all Chicago Fire FC supporters.


Who are the Biggest Rivals of Chicago Fire FC?

There are mixed opinions on who the Chicago Fire FC rivals are within the community. Some like to link their rivals to Columbus Crew, D.C. United, and New England Revolution since those teams are legacy clubs like the Fire, which means they have a long history of playing each other.


However, with the arrival of St. Louis City SC, as a club in 2023, you can expect matches against this club in the future to build a natural rivalry. Chicago and St. Louis are natural rivals in other sports, so expect matchups between these teams to grow as rivals in the future.


What is the Average Capacity for a Chicago Fire FC Game?

In 2023, Chicago Fire FC is at the bottom of the league via game-day attendance. An average MLS game at Soldier Field draws around 15k fans per game. The stadium can hold over 60k fans for an NFL game, but since MLS games close off many sections throughout the venue, the capacity falls somewhere around 25k as a max seating capacity. Therefore, getting tickets to a Chicago Fire FC game is easier than most other teams due to the number of unsold tickets.


Is There Tailgating Before a Match?

Tailgating occurs before every Chicago Fire FC match in the parking lots outside Soldier Field. Fans arrive a few hours before kickoff to set up shop in the parking lot to tailgate. Visit the stadium’s official tailgating section to learn more.


However, before a game, you should read the Solider Field Bag Policy before tailgating. Certain coolers and similar bags can’t come into the stadium with fans after tailgating. Therefore, you must leave those items in a car before heading to the stadium entrance for the game. Otherwise, bring coolers and bags to the parking lot for tailgating.


If you want to eat at the game, you have plenty of options to consider getting from the concession stands. Visit the Soldier Field Food guide to see what you can get on matchday.


Best Way to Get to the Game

There are multiple ways to get to and from Solider Field for a game. Fans can park in the parking lots within walking distance of the stadium. Visit the Soldier Field Parking guide to get more details and reserve a parking space ahead of time.


Fans can use the CTA to get to and from the stadium. You can use the Red, Green, and Orange lines to get to the Roosevelt Station. From there, the walk is less than a mile to the stadium.