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"Grow the Movement" Ticket Initiative to Return for Fan Appreciation Night on October 23

September 3, 2021 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Chicago Fire FC News Release

CHICAGO - Chicago Fire FC today announced the return of its "Grow the Movement" ticket initiative for the Club's final home game of the regular season on Saturday, Oct. 23 at Soldier Field. Through this initiative, current Chicago Fire season ticket holders will receive two complimentary tickets to the Oct. 23rd contest, which will serve as the Club's annual Fan Appreciation Night, presented by 7UP.

The final home game of the regular season will feature a celebration of the Fire faithful and their unwavering support, as the Club faces Western Conference side Real Salt Lake at 7:00 p.m. CT along the lakefront (WGN-TV, CFFC Live, TUDN 1200AM). The first 10,000 fans to enter the stadium will receive an exclusive hat and a flag featuring the Club's new crest. A celebratory post-match fireworks show above Lake Michigan will also take place shortly after the final whistle.

All existing season ticket holders will receive the complimentary tickets in their account manager on Ticketmaster and are encouraged to transfer the tickets to their guests in advance of the match. Seat locations for the complimentary tickets will be placed as close as possible to the season ticket holder's location. Exchanges will not be available for the complimentary tickets.

Season tickets for the 2022 season, the Club's 25th season in MLS, are currently on-sale. As part of the Club's referral program, current season ticket holders can receive a free authentic 2022 Lakefront jersey and a 20 percent bonus credit by referring individuals who purchase two or more 2022 season tickets. For any questions, season ticket holders can contact their service representative at (872) 710-0800.

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