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How to Watch | Chicago Fire FC vs. New York City FC

⚽️ Chicago Fire FC vs. New York City FC

Date: Sunday, Nov. 8
Location: Soldier Field - Chicago, Ill.
Kickoff: 2:30 p.m. CT
Broadcast: WGN, ESPN+
Radio: 1200 TUDN AM

🎉 Fan Appreciation Day

When the Fire take to Soldier Field for the final time in the regular season this Sunday, CFFC will celebrate Fan Appreciation Day and say a sincere thank you for joining us for highs and lows of an unprecedented season.

We've got exclusive prizes and giveaways, messages from players, merchandise discounts and more to share with our fans in the run-up to Sunday's showdown, in which CFFC is looking to punch its ticket to the Audi 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs. Click the image below at some of the highlights and keep an eye on CFFC social media channels for more ways we'll be showing our fan appreciation this week!

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Chicago Sun-Times | Can the Chicago Fire earn a win when it counts?
SB Nation | Chicago Fire FC’s xG stats tell an interesting story | Chicago Fire at New York City FC Match Preview

👀  Must-See Content | Fortress by Jonathan Bornstein

In the final regular season edition of "The Open", Fire defender Jonathan Bornstein narrates the team's approac to Decision Day at Soldier Field.

🤔 Fast Fact

With a win on Sunday, the Fire can clinch a spot in the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs for the first time since 2017. The Fire clinched their postseason spot that season with a 4-1 win against the San Jose Earthquakes on Sept. 27, in which a then-18-year-old Djordje Mihailović scored the first goal of his professional career.

🗣 Sound Off | Robert Berić

Fire forward Robert Berić discusses the team's approach to Sunday's Decision Day matchup against New York City FC knowing it's a must-win.

🆚 #CHIvNYC All-Time

Sunday’s Decision Day matchup against New York City FC will be the second meeting between the two teams this season. The Fire were previously defeated 3-1 by NYCFC on Aug. 29 at Red Bull Arena.

Since 2015, the Fire have produced a 2-5-4 all-time regular season record against NYCFC, including a 2-1-2 record at home.