⚽️ Chicago Fire FC at Philadelphia Union
Date: Wednesday, Oct. 28
Location: Subaru Park - Chester, PA.
Kickoff: 6:30 p.m. CT
Broadcast: WGN, ESPN+
Radio: 1200 TUDN AM
📰 Pre-Match Reading
ChicagoFireFC.com | Philadelphia Union Scouting Report
Chicago Sun-Times | Chicago Fire must fix road woes to reach expanded playoffs
SB Nation | Looking at the Chicago Fire’s playoff odds
MLSsoccer.com | Chicago Fire at Philadelphia Union Match Preview
👀 Must-See Content | The Open: Fine Wine
Long-time Fire radio analyst Raquel Ortiz shares her perspective on the Fire's 2020 season as the team and it's many new additions continue to gel and push towards the 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs.
🤔 Fast Fact
Wednesday's match features a reunion of a trio of former Chivas USA teammates. Chicago Fire head coach Raphael Wicky appeared five times for Chivas USA in the 2008 season, his lone season in MLS as a player. Of those five appearances, he took the field three times with current Union head coach and former Chivas USA teammate Jim Curtin. Also on the field in those three appearances? A 23-year-old Jonathan Bornstein, then playing in his third season in MLS.
🗣 Sound Off | Mauricio Pineda
Following Tuesday's training session at SeatGeek Stadium, Fire defender Mauricio Pineda discussed the team's mentality ahead of Wednesday night's trip to take on Philadelphia.
🆚 #PHIvCHI All-Time
The Fire currently hold a 9-10-5 all-time regular season record against the Union, including a 2-7-2 away record. In two matchups last season, each team won their respective home game, 2-0. Philadelphia (12-3-5, 41 points) enter the match sitting in first place in the East, having already clinched a playoff berth.