Stay connected to the Chicago Fire, no matter where you go.
The Chicago Fire bring you the Official Chicago Fire Mobile App. This free app, dedicated to Chicago Fire soccer fans, provides a unique experience with team schedule, roster, and games details for your favorite MLS team!
In the app you will be able to:
· View the latest team news
· Check information for each game on the team's schedule
· See the Fire's current standing in MLS
· View player biographical information
· Take a 360 tour of various spots around Toyota Park
· See the price and location for all concessions at the stadium
· Learn supporter song lyrics and sing with other fans at the next game
· View game photos, behind the scene videos, or listen to the official radio show
Look for regular updates to the app that incorporate new features and fan feedback.
Ratings and Reviews
Laggy glitchy delayed
I can't add the tickets to my apple wallet, and when I try to use the app at the stadium I can't access the tickets. Take away the gif of people clapping on the tickets and I guarantee you get better performance. What a disaster!!!
What a waste
This is utterly pointless. The only useful section is the stadium map and the link to Ticketmaster. Beyond that, there are no schedules or anything that adds any value. And anything that presents any kind of information just loads the mobile web page instead of using native views. If I wanted to use the poorly designed mobile Fire web pages then I would use them in Safari.
The Fan Card feature is just ridiculous.
Effort could have been spent on adding value to the fan. Show statistics during a game, show replays of what just happened on the field. Use geolocation to see that I'm at the stadium and do something useful with it. Total and utter waste of the power of the iPhone.
It's not that great
It's hard to say, but the app is a new version and it feels old. The refresh is not much better that the older app from about two years ago. The organization and look of the app is not stylish or appealing. And speaking of old, I'm not sure if it's the app or the curation really look to other sources for new information about the fire. I feel like it's not ahead of any other sources for new information, and that is a huge let down. Toronto FC app is more functional and better looking.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.