Chicago Fire FC II is the reserve team of the Major League Soccer club Chicago Fire FC. The team plays in the MLS Next Pro, the third tier of American soccer. The team will begin its first professional season in 2022.
Chicago Fire FC II Youth Development System
Chicago Fire FC II Recruitment Trials
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Chicago Fire FC II History
On December 6, 2021, it was announced that the Chicago Fire FC will be one of 21 clubs who would participate in the newly formed Major Competition Soccer Next Pro league. The first season for the club, which will also be their first season competing in MLS Next Pro, will be the 2022–2023 campaign for Chicago Fire FC II. MLS Next Pro is a professional developmental league that serves as the third tier of the United States Soccer pyramid.
Chicago Fire FC II Stadium
SeatGeek Stadium is a soccer-only venue located in Bridgeview, Illinois, roughly fourteen kilometers southwest of the central business district of Chicago. The Chicago Red Stars of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), the Chicago Fire FC II of the Major League Soccer Next Pro, the Chicago House AC of the Midwest Premier League (MPL), and both the men’s and women’s soccer teams of the Chicago State Cougars of the NCAA Division I all call this stadium their home field.
The Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer, the Chicago Machine of Major League Lacrosse, and the Chicago Bliss of the Legends Football League have all played their home games at this stadium in the past (LFL). The venue, which was formerly known as Toyota Park and first opened its doors on June 11, 2006, has a capacity of 20,000 people and was created at a cost of approximately $100 million. Following the conclusion of the 2018 campaign for the Chicago Fire, the naming rights agreement with SeatGeek became active.