Third Kit Final graphic

VOTE: Final three of #cf97ThirdKit revealed cast your ballot through September 20

The Chicago Fire Soccer Club announced Monday that the Chicago Fire and The Quaker Oats Company, a subsidiary of PepsiCo, Inc., have chosen the final three designs for the #cf97ThirdKit design contest.
The club partnered with iconic jersey sponsor The Quaker Oats Company to launch the #cf97ThirdKit design contest, asking Fire supporters to submit designs for the jersey the Fire plans to unveil at the club’s Anniversary game in 2014. The club, along with Quaker Oats selected the five best entries, which through a fan vote on, were narrowed down to the final three designs.
The final round of voting on the top three designs, is now open and will run to Friday, Sept. 20 at 11:59 p.m. CST. Fans can vote for their favorite design up to ten times per e-mail address per day.

READ: #cf97ThirdKit Official Rules

The winning design will become a part of Fire history and will be scheduled to make its debut for the Anniversary game in 2014, in addition to other future matchday opportunities. The winner will also receive round trip airfare and accommodations for two to attend the Fire’s match against the Portland Timbers in 2014, including a private tour of the adidas campus in Portland, an opportunity to meet with adidas jersey designers and $500.00 to spend at the adidas employee store. All five selected designers from the finalist round will receive two tickets to sit in the Chicago Fire’s Second Star Club for a Fire match.
Let us know your favorites by tagging #cf97ThirdKit and share your thoughts in the comments below. Vote early and vote often.

READ: #cf97ThirdKit Inspiration #3

READ: #cf97ThirdKit Inspiration #4

READ: #cf97ThirdKit Inspiration #5

(Click icon to see full image)

The poll will allow you to vote more than 10 times but only 10 votes per day will be counted per unique email address

iOS users may have to change "Accept Cookie" settings to "Always" to get through captcha. Apologies for the inconvenience.

(Refresh page to vote again)