MATCHDAY INFO: March 9 Chicago Fire vs Orlando

The Chicago Fire’s home kickoff of the 2019  campaign is this Saturday, March 9 at noon. Section 8 Chicago is offering ticket deals, season ticket deals, a tailgate with tubed meats and non-meats, and much more. Whether this is your first match of 500th, here’s the info you’ll need to make it all happen.

Tickets:
We’re offering single match tickets for $20 or a ticket AND a scarf for $30. These are first-run scarves and not dusty old deadstock. This is at least a $40+ dollar value. On top of that, it’ll also be cold. Don’t catch a cold, wear a scarf!


Tickets for 137/138 are also available through our Ticket Leap site. Proceeds benefit Section 8 Chicago and Sections 137/138.

Season tickets are still on sale at last year’s price. Call your ticket rep today!

 

Tailgate: 

Section 8 Chicago will be providing Chicago dogs (vegan too!), chips, and likely some refreshing beverages. A five dollar suggested donation gets you fed and provides valuable funds for the ISA’s operations like tifo funds, subsidized bus trips, and other expenses. The tailgate is located in the east lot. Look for the POD storage units. All are welcome!

Getting to the stadium: 

Drive if that’s your thing. No wheels? No problem. Check out the Reggie’s Bus. Single rides and season passes are available. Pub to Pitch also offers coach bus rides from a wide variety of locations throughout the city.

Merch:

We will have it! Look for Merch Director Nate at the S8C tailgate near the Pods. Crewnecks have been by far the hottest item of the year and are going fast with their two-sided print on a classic Hanes heavyweight crew. We also will have the distinctive Full Power HD, Niko, and other fresh scarves. Come see us. Cash and credit accepted.

Weather:

We’re still working on getting Tom Skilling to write this section but, for now, a quick scan says this one could get a little damp towards the end of the match. Temperature looks to be in the upper 40s. Bring rain gear and some lip balm – Seat Geek Stadium is in an unusually windy microclimate.

Have a question? Hit us up on Twitter @Section8Chicago or email communications@s8c.org.