The hometown Major League Soccer team—Chicago Fire Football Club—is hosting its Pride Night game on Saturday, June 26 at Soldier Field
Chicago Fire FC will host the Philadelphia Union at 7 p.m.
“During Pride Night, the Fire will feature various elements to celebrate inclusion, including using in-stadium pride content. The first 10,000 fans in attendance will receive a pride flag,” the football club said.
“Players will be wearing special 'Love Unites' warm-up shirts during pregame,” they continued.
The special warm-up shirts are for sale on the team's website.
Chicago Fire FC is also raising money for Brave Space Alliance
throughout the month of June.
“Brave Space Alliance is the first Black-led, trans-led LGBTQ center located on the South Side of Chicago, dedicated to creating and providing affirming, culturally competent, for-us by-us resources, programming, and services for LGBTQ individuals on the South and West sides of the city,” the football club explained.
Tickets can be purchased at chicagofirefc.com or ticketmaster.com.
The game will be simulcast on WGN-TV and the team website.
Chicago Fire FC was founded 23 years ago in 1997. Back then, it was branded as the Chicago Fire Soccer Club.
It has the most U.S. Open Cup championships in Major League Soccer—winning in 1998, 2000, 2003, and 2006.
Its home turf is Soldier Field.Related: Chicago Red Stars to host Pride Night June 26; Pride Pack benefits Howard Brown HealthRelated: