CHICAGO – One of the club’s biggest stories at the start of the summer was the number of games played at Soldier Field.
But as the NFL season began, Chicago Fire FC began sharing seats with the Chicago Bears, who were on the road in late August and early September.
A six-game road trip begins against Inter Miami CF on Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. You can watch this game on WGN-TV. The club face Orlando City SC at 7pm and the New York Red Bulls end on August 28, with the first two matches taking place in Florida.
As of September, three more road games are on fire, starting on the 11th in Sporting Kansas City. This is the beginning of an exciting time. Four days later, the club will face DC United on September 15 and CF Montreal on September 19.
The next fire at Soldier Field will take place on Wednesday 22 September, until the New England Revolution.
“We’ll play six games in a row right now, so it’s hard work. It’s going to be tough,” “Golder Bobby Shuttleworth said.
It was tough for clubs on the road in 2021 because they are one of only four MLS players to ever win a tournament they have played. In fact, Fire has only one point from six road races this season.
Fortunately, Fire’s last road game with the Philadelphia Union on August 1 marked the start of a four-game unbeaten series. It ended in two wins in the last two games between the New York Red Bulls and current MLS champions Columbus Crew.
“I think it’s good for us, but like I said, six games are far away now, so we will try to be humble,” said undefeated defender Boris Sekulik. Mentioned. “The next game will be in Miami. We’ll start there.”
The same goes for other club members who made it a habit to live on the road next month.
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