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How to Watch | Chicago Fire FC at FC Cincinnati

⚽️ Chicago Fire FC at FC Cincinnati

Date: Wednesday, Sept. 2
Location: Nippert Stadium - Cincinnati, OH
Kickoff: 6:30 p.m. CT
Broadcast: WGN-TV, ESPN+
Radio: TUDN 1200 AM

🎉 #FireWatchParty

Since you can't join us this week in Cincinnati, we're coming to you. On Wednesday night, the Fire will be awarding fans unique items LIVE throughout the course of the match against NYCFC, all via the Club’s social media channels. Just tune into the game on WGN-TV or ESPN+, snap a photo showcasing your home viewing setup or your support for the Fire, then post your photo to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #FireWatchParty! Find out everything that's up for grabs here.

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Chicago Sun-Times | Through eight games, inconsistency an issue for Fire
SB Nation | Ignacio Aliseda is finding his groove with the Chicago Fire | Chicago Fire at FC Cincinnati Match Preview

👀  Must-See Content | Aliseda sees hard work beginning to show on the field

After scoring his first goal for the Fire in their last outing against FC Cincinnati, 20-year-old Designated Player Ignacio Aliseda sits down to discuss life so far in Chicago and his on-going adaptation to Major League Soccer.

🤔 Fast Fact

Fabian Herbers' opening goal in the Fire's 3-0 win against FC Cincinnati on Aug. 25 came at the 1:36 minute mark, making it the the Fire's fastest goal scored since June 22, 2016. On that day, former midfielder David Accam scored three seconds faster, tallying at the 1:33 mark in a 4-3 defeat at the Philadelphia Union.

🗣 Sound Off | Fabian Herbers

After scoring the aforementioned opening goal in the Fire's 3-0 win against FC Cincinnati last Tuesday, midfielder Fabian Herbers delivers his thoughts on what it will take to get all three points from their road replay on Wednesday night.

🆚 #CINvCHI All-Time

Wednesday’s match marks the second meeting between the Fire (2-5-1, 7 points) and FC Cincinnati (2-4-2, 8 points) this season. Both teams just met in the Fire’s 2020 home opener on Aug. 25, with Chicago defeating the second-year club 3-0 in its first game back at Soldier Field in 15 years.

In the three games played against Cincinnati since their inaugural season in 2019, the Fire have tallied a 1-1-1 record, and are unbeaten in two straight. Cincinnati enters Tuesday’s match coming off a 0-0 draw with rival Columbus Crew SC at Nippert Stadium on Saturday.