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On July 22, Wrigley Field will host a soccer game for the first time since 1984. The Chicago Cubs are proud to host Italy’s AS Roma and Poland’s Zaglebie Lubin in an international match being referred to as the “Friendly at … Continue reading
The Chicago Fire have jumped back into action, and their MLS schedule starts to get hot in mid-April.
This past Saturday, the Chicago Fire hosted the Manchester United in a wonderful international event that delivered all of excitement that the largest soccer crowd in Soldier Field history had hoped for. While the match was called a “friendly,” it was … Continue reading