CHICAGO (Dec. 19, 2014) – The Chicago Fire Soccer Club, in conjunction with Major League Soccer and its national television partners, unveiled the lineup of home openers for the 2015 regular season.
The Fire kick off its 18th season of MLS play on the road when they visit reigning MLS Cup champions LA Galaxy at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. on Friday, March 6 at 9 p.m. CT (UniMas).
The Fire then host Opening Day at Toyota Park when they welcome Vancouver Whitecaps FC on Saturday, March 14.
The following week, the Men in Red again head west to help open the 15th soccer-specific stadium in MLS history when they take on the San Jose Earthquakes in the inagural match at the brand new Avaya Stadium in San Jose, Calif. on Sunday, March 22.
Single game tickets to Chicago Fire matches will go on sale at www.Chicago-Fire.com on Friday, Jan. 23 at 10 a.m. CT. Chicago Fire season tickets and group tickets for the March 14 home opener are now on sale and can be purchased by calling 1-888-MLS-FIRE.
Below is the full slate of 2015 MLS home openers:
Friday, March 6
LA Galaxy vs. Chicago Fire (StubHub Center)
Saturday, March 7
D.C. United vs. Montreal Impact (RFK Stadium)
Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs. Toronto FC (BC Place)
Houston Dynamo vs. Columbus Crew SC (BBVA Compass Stadium)
Philadelphia Union vs. Colorado Rapids (PPL PARK)
Portland Timbers vs. Real Salt Lake (Providence Park)
FC Dallas vs. San Jose Earthquakes (Toyota Stadium)
Sunday, March 8
Orlando City SC vs. New York City FC (Orlando Citrus Bowl)
Sporting Kansas City vs. New York Red Bulls (Sporting Park)
Seattle Sounders FC vs. New England Revolution (CenturyLink Field)
Saturday, March 14
Chicago Fire vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC (Toyota Park)
Real Salt Lake vs. Philadelphia Union (Rio Tinto Stadium)
Columbus Crew SC vs. Toronto FC (Columbus Crew Stadium)
Sunday, March 15
New York City FC vs. New England Revolution (Yankee Stadium)
Saturday, March 21
New England Revolution vs. Montreal Impact (Gillette Stadium)
Colorado Rapids vs. New York City FC (Dick’s Sporting Goods Park)
Sunday, March 22
New York Red Bulls vs. D.C. United (Red Bull Arena)
San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire (Avaya Stadium)
Saturday, March 28
Montreal Impact vs. Orlando City SC (Olympic Stadium)
Sunday, May 10
Toronto FC vs. Houston Dynamo (BMO Field)