Fire in the House
- Soccer Team Joining Up With Bond-Issuing Chicago Suburb to Build $70M Arena. Carvlin, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;1/27/2004, Vol. 347 Issue 31808, p28
Reports on the memorandum of understanding between the Chicago Fire soccer franchise and the southwest suburb of Bridgeview, Illinois. Plan to issue bonds; Selection of the construction site; Vote of the Bridgeview village board on the proposal.
- Set the House Ablaze. D'Hippolito, Joseph // Soccer Digest;Jan2001, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p50
Focuses on the transition that defined the Chicago Fire soccer team in 2000.
- No Reservations Needed. Plagenhoef, Scott // Soccer Digest;Aug/Sep2001, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p22
Reports on the creation of a reserve team for the Chicago Fire soccer team.
- Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood. Collie, Ashley Jude // Soccer Digest;Apr/May2002, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p16
Presents an interview with Ante Razov of the Chicago Fire, a soccer team. Personal background; Views on global competitions; Playing experiences.
- Eastern Bloc party. Foltman, Bob // Soccer Digest;Oct/Nov98, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p22
Discusses the role of Eastern European imports in the success of the Chicago Fire soccer team in Major League Soccer tournaments. Initial concerns on coach Bob Bradley's signing of European imports; Role of foreign players as leaders on and off the field; Matches won in the United States-based...
- MLS Finally Ups Its Ante For U.S. Stars. Plagenhoef, Scott // Soccer Digest;Oct/Nov2001, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p6
Reports the return of soccer player Ante Razov to Major League Soccer (MLS) team Chicago Fire. Views of United States soccer observers on the return of Razov; Willingness of MLS officials to embrace marquee American players; Use of allocation spot received by the team.
- Chicago Fire partners with Equality Illinois. Forman, Ross // Windy City Times;7/11/2012, Vol. 27 Issue 38, p28
The article reports on the partnership formed between the Chicago Fire professional soccer team and Equality Illinois.
- Pro soccer player comes out; Chicago Fire welcomes him. FORMAN, ROSS // Windy City Times;2/20/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 20, p21
The article reports on soccer player Robbie Rogers who was welcomed by his team Chicago Fire after confessing that he is gay and will be retiring from his profession.
- Global goals. Arndorfer, James B. // Crain's Chicago Business;09/25/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 40, p13
Features Ron Stern, team administrator of the Chicago, Illinois-based Major League Soccer team Chicago Fire. Duties and responsibilities; Background on the soccer team's efforts to meet the needs of its international soccer players.