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Chicago Fire unveil new badge ahead of move to Soldier Field

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The Chicago Fire unveiled its new badge and brand identity on Thursday, ahead of next season's move to Soldier Field. The team will now be called Chicago Fire FC in a nod to the game's global reach.

The organization revealed that the rebranding effort spanned 18 months, a period in which Joe Mansueto completed his purchase of the team from previous owner Andrew Hauptman. The rebrand was done in consultation with focus groups and surveys with fans, partners, staff and MLS. The process reviewed every...

U.S., Chicago Fire midfielder Mihailovic training with Germany's Nurnberg

Djordje Mihailovic enjoyed a breakout 2019 with the Fire and the USMNT.

Chicago Fire midfielder Djordje Mihailovic is training with German second division side Nurnberg, the two clubs have confirmed.

Nurnberg posted a tweet on Tuesday saying the 21-year-old United States international had spent a "few days" at the club during MLS' offseason break.

A product of the University of North Carolina, Mihailovic is under contract with the Fire through 2020 with a club option for 2021.

Mihailovic, who plays as a central and attacking midfielder, enjoyed a standout season...

Chicago Fire axe Veljko Paunovic amid offseason of change

Alejandro Moreno says the Seattle Sounders had to "hold on" for 60 minutes vs. Toronto in the MLS Cup.

Veljko Paunovic has been fired as manager of the Chicago Fire, the club announced on Wednesday.

The move follows Joe Mansueto's takeover of the club in September, as well as the announcement that the Fire will play its home games at Soldier Field next season.

"Four years ago, Pauno and the staff accepted a challenge to help establish a football culture at the Fire," said club president and GM Nelson Rodríguez in a statement. "Their efforts helped revitalize the Club with a competitive spirit...

Chicago Fire DP Nemanja Nikolic announces he's leaving team

Bastian Schweinsteiger has called it a career, and ESPN FC's Julien Laurens assesses where the midfielder ranks among the game's modern greats.

Chicago Fire star Nemanja Nikolic said Saturday that he is leaving the team after three seasons.

Nikolic made the announcement on his Facebook page. He is the second-leading goal scorer (51) in franchise history and played in 96 games for the club.

The 31-year-old Serbian didn't reveal his future plans with his statement focusing on his farewell and being a synopsis of his time in Chicago.

"When a period of time is intense, if you concentrate and perform on daily basis, time passes by quickly,"...

Chicago Fire sign former Real Madrid, Valencia mid Alvaro Medran

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The Chicago Fire has signed former Real Madrid and Valencia midfielder Alvaro Medran.

The free agent signed a two-year contract with the help of Targeted Allocation Money (TAM), with the Fire also holding club options for both 2021 and 2022. Medran will be added to the Fire's roster in January of 2020 pending receipt of his P-1 visa and International Transfer Certificate.

"Alvaro is a player who was developed in Real Madrid's youth system, graduating to play for the first team with the likes of...