All you need to know for the Fire’s opening night
CHICAGO, Ill. – The Chicago Fire play the club’s historic 15th home opener against the Philadelphia Union at Toyota Park Saturday, March 24 at 7:30 p.m. CT (CSN). The club will introduce a new supporters’ initiative, remind fans of the stadium’s matchday policies and alert commuters of a continued road closure around Toyota Park.
· Beginning Saturday, the club and Section 8 Chicago, are launching Stand. Sing. Participate. to help the atmosphere generated from The Harlem End resonate throughout Toyota Park. For more information and how to get involved at every Fire home match, please click here.
· Parking lots open Saturday at 4:30 p.m. while stadium gates open at 6:00 p.m. For all matchday information, including parking, prohibited items, seating map and accessibility, please click here.
The 71st Street railroad crossing directly southwest of the stadium remains closed. Only Season Ticket Holders and VIP guests will be able to enter the stadium off of 71st Street. All others will have to enter off of Harlem Avenue. For re-route information from all directions of Chicagoland, please click here