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Are You Feeling The Fire?

Defender Jalil Anibaba came to the Chicago Fire as a first round draft pick in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft from the University of North Carolina. An impressive rookie season showed that Anibaba is a composed and versatile defender, who is as comfortable on the right as he is on the center.

Get fired up for the Chicago Fire in their 2013 home 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.

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

ClimaCool technology keeps you cool as you cheer for the Chicago Fire. Polyester.


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Rules of the Game: During penalty kicks to determine the winner of a match, each kick is taken by a different player and all eligible players must take a kick before any player can take a second kick. Rules of the Game: According to FIFA, a goal may be scored directly from the kick-off. Rules of the Game: In the event that the game ball should burst or fail somehow during the run of play, the referee will immediately stop the match until the game can be resumed by calling for a drop ball at the spot of the failure with a fresh ball. Landon Donovan is the only four-time winner of the Honda Player of the Year award, which is given by sports media to the best player on the US Men's National Team. The United States played its first-ever official international soccer match on August 20, 1916 against Sweden in Stockholm.