SeatGeek Stadium (Herlem Bridge, Bridgeview Stadium)
|Country||United States of America|
|Clubs||Chicago Red Stars|
|Other names||Toyota Park (2006-2018)|
|Inauguration||11/06/2006 (Chicago Fire - New England Revolution)|
|Record attendance||21,120 (MLS All Stars - Chelsea FC)|
|Design||Rosetti and Associates|
|Address||7300 West 71st Street, Bridgeview, IL|
|Other||6 000 capacity car park, permanent stadium on one of the stands, under-soil heating|
Chicago: Fire and Bridgeview agree end of lease
Starting next year, Chicago Fire will be able to find a new home outside Bridgeview. So says the agreement reached by the village of Bridgeview and Fire, allowing termination of stadium lease.
Chicago: Fire to return to Soldier Field
When their new stadium first opened in 2006, it was a showcase of how MLS was to look. Just over a decade later, Chicago Fire need a relaunch in order to escape mediocrity. Soldier Field might be the answer.
USA: FC Dallas reveal Toyota naming rights
Yesterday the MLS side revealed what was long speculated about. Toyota became the new sponsor of the Frisco stadium, second one after Chicago Fire's Toyota Park in Bridgeview. Interestingly, Toyota Stadium is a name shared with one more ground. In Japan.