Chicago Fire History in the U.S. Open Cup
What is the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup?
Chicago Fire U.S. Open Cup History
Since 1998, the Fire have compiled an impressive 33-11-4 record in Open Cup play and 21-1-1 in matches played in the state of Illinois, reaching the semifinal round nine out of 16 times and the final six times. The Fire have previously hoisted the coveted Dewar Trophy four times, in 1998, 2000, 2003 and 2006. The 2006 title marked the ninth time a team from Chicago won the Open Cup and made the Fire one of six teams to capture the crown at least four times in the tournament's 100-year-long history.
In 2013, the Fire reached the semifinal round before falling to eventual champions D.C. United on Aug. 7, 2013 at Toyota Park.
U.S. Open Cup Series Ticket FAQ
Where are my tickets?
Your tickets have been automatically applied to your account and card. You can login now to your Account Manager to see your U.S. Open Cup Series Ticket. These will be your seats for Round 4 (June 18th), Round 5 (TBD) and the Quarterfinal (TBD). Click here to access your Online Account Manager.
What if I need more tickets?
If you would like to exchange for additional seats for the Round 4 match, you will also receive Round 5 and the Quarterfinal as part of the U.S. Open Cup Series Ticket automatically.
Round 5 and Quarterfinal match tickets are non-exchangeable tickets.
What if I’m unable to attend the match?
If you are unable to attend the match, you may exchange out of the series ticket online or by contacting Season Ticket Services. The entire Series ticket can be exchanged for one additional seat to a regular season MLS match. The deadline to make this exchange is Tuesday, June 17th at 5pm. Click here to access your Online Account Manager to exchange the series ticket for an additional seat to a future match.
I’ll exchange out of June 18th. What if I want to come to Round 5 or the Quarterfinal?
If you exchange out and would like to come to a subsequent U.S. Open Cup match through the Quarterfinal, you would have to exchange into that match or purchase tickets to that match at the discounted Season Ticket Holder rate. As previously stated, Round 5 and Quarterfinal match tickets are non-exchangeable tickets.
What about any potential semi-final or final?
Should we host a semi-final or final at the stadium, tickets for that match are outside of the U.S. Open Cup Series ticket and will need to be purchased separately. Pricing and dates are TBA.