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Root for Chicago Fire

Get fired up for the Chicago Fire in their 2014 authentic away jersey.

Inspired by the Flag of Chicago, this jersey has horizontal lines that are created by using the stripes and four stars from the flag representing Fort Dearborn, the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Century of Progress Exposition of 1933.

Tradition, honor and passion are screened across the back collar.

Red, rib-knit V-neck collar with the four star design inside. Mesh ventilation. Iridescent championship star over the Chicago Fire team crest.

ClimaCool and ForMotion technology makes it easy to move and keep cool as you cheer for the Chicago Fire.

NOTE: Tight fit, which means any jersey classified as Authentic will run small. The authentic is the actual piece that is worn on field. The authentic uses a performance cut for a snug fit. 100% polyester.


Con estrellas como Daniel Paladini y Baggio Husidic en su alineación, el Chicago Fore aspira tener una campaña exitosa. Esta camiseta ClimaCool de visitante viene con escudo del club y logotipo de adidas bordados al frente. 100% poliéster.

Rules of the Game: Any of the other players may change places with the goalkeeper provided that the referee is informed before the change is made and the change is made during a stoppage in the match. Rules of the Game: The center mark of a field is indicated at the midpoint of the halfway line. A circle with a radius of 9.15 m (10 yds) is marked around it. Australia beat American Samoa 31-0 in a 2001 World Cup Qualifying match. The United States Women's national team played its first-ever international soccer match on August 18, 1985 against Italy near Venice. The United States Women's national team played its first-ever international soccer match on August 18, 1985 against Italy near Venice.