Posts Tagged “Chicago Fire”

Fire’s farewell saddens fans

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Fire’s farewell saddens fans

Fire’s farewell saddens fans Soccer team leaving Bridgeview for Soldier Field By Steve Metsch The likely final game in Bridgeview for the Chicago Fire soccer team had fans feeling bittersweet. They were happy to attend Sunday’s game. They were looking forward to what the future may hold. And, many were feeling sad. Juan Hernandez, 41,…

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Moraine Valley to host alumni night at Chicago Fire game

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Moraine Valley to host alumni night at Chicago Fire game

Moraine Valley to host alumni night at Chicago Fire game Moraine Valley Community College alumni can win up to four tickets to see the Chicago Fire home game Saturday, July 27 at SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview. The game versus DC United starts at 7:30 p.m. The alumni event will be held in the Heineken Terrace,…

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Chicago Fire soccer makes changes

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Chicago Fire soccer makes changes

Chicago Fire soccer makes changes Chicago Fire soccer made several announcements involving players recently. Here is an updated on what they are: The Chicago Fire Soccer Club announced today that the Club has loaned midfielder Mo Adams to USL Championship side Memphis 901 FC. The Fire retains the right to recall Adams at any point…

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Bridgeview venue renamed SeatGeek Stadium at Ribbon-cutting

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Bridgeview venue renamed SeatGeek Stadium at Ribbon-cutting

Bridgeview venue renamed SeatGeek Stadium at Ribbon-cutting Bridgeview’s premiere sports and entertainment venue was renamed SeatGeek Stadium in a partnership with one of the country’s largest online ticketing and entertainment companies. The ribbon cutting was held on Thursday March 7, 2019 By Ray Hanania Bridgeview’s multipurpose venue was renamed SeatGeek Stadium during a ribbon cutting…

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Hello, SeatGeek Stadium 

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Hello, SeatGeek Stadium 

Hello, SeatGeek Stadium Bridgeview approves renaming of Toyota Park By Steve Metsch and Ray Hanania By unanimous vote, the Bridgeview Village Board has approved a partnership which will have a new name for what’s long been called Toyota Park SeatGeek and the village have agreed on naming the popular soccer and concert venue SeatGeek Stadium…

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