Time Change: Chicago's final regular season home match moved to 2 p.m. CT

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CHICAGO(September 2, 2016) — Major League Soccer on Friday announced adjusted start times for Week 33 matches on Sunday, October 16, including the Chicago Fire's final regular season home match vs. the New England Revolution. The match will now begin at 2 p.m. CT, two hours earlier than the originally scheduled time of 4 p.m. CT. 

The match will serve as Fan Appreciation Day at Toyota Park and offer $2 12 oz. Heineken Light, Tecate Light and select domestic beers at stadium concession stands. Tickets are available by calling 888-MLS-FIRE or via Ticketmaster

All five MLS games involving Eastern Conference teams will now kick off at 2 p.m. CT, with the Western Conference matches following at 4 p.m. CT. 

Tickets: Fire vs. New England Revolution (Oct. 16)

Both Week 33 (Oct. 16) and Decision Day (Oct. 23) will feature flex scheduling allowing national broadcasters to decide which matches to telecast late in the season, bringing the fans the most compelling games as the dust settles over the playoff landscape.

All other games will be showcased, on both weekends, across network and league digital platforms to ensure fans do not miss a minute of the action.