Toyota Park

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INFO Primarily the home of Chicago’s Major League Soccer club, the Chicago Fire, Toyota Park hosts sports and concerts alike in the suburb of Bridgeview. Opened in 2006, the Toyota Park stadium has also served as a venue for... ... read more

  • Neighborhood:

    Southwest Suburbs
  • Address:

    7000 South Harlem
    Bridgeview, IL 60455

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Toyota Park Videos

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Toyota Park Information

Toyota Park - Concert Venue | Stadium in Chicago.

Primarily the home of Chicago’s Major League Soccer club, the Chicago Fire, Toyota Park hosts sports and concerts alike in the suburb of Bridgeview. Opened in 2006, the Toyota Park stadium has also served as a venue for the Chicago Red Stars of Women’s Professional Soccer, international lacrosse and rugby, and the Lingerie Football League team, Chicago Bliss. Concerts at Toyota Park have veered toward classic rock and hip-hop acts.

The 22,000-seat (28,000 for concerts) stadium has one main level, with cheaper seats on the corners, Club and Premiere seats mid-field, and a Miller Party Deck bar zone at one end of the field. For Chicago Fire games, all tickets, except for field-side spots, top out at $70, allowing fans to take advantage of luxury seat perks such as in-seat food service and access to the Stadium Club restaurant.

Toyota Park is dedicated to sports with diverse fan bases, which is reflected in concession choices. The eleven concession stands at Toyota Park offer the usual burgers and hot dogs, but Mexican and Polish fare is also available.

Parking at Toyota Park is $15, and tailgating is allowed. Though located in Bridgeview, Toyota Park can be reached via a stadium shuttle from the Orange Line of the CTA.

Toyota Park User Reviews

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Soccer
Laura E. Jul 9, 2013
Being a huge soccer fan (and former player) I have always wanted to go to a professional soccer game and thanks to Toyota Park I have been able to attend two. There's a different atmosphere than with some other stadiums and sports because I feel soccer fans get behind, root and celebrate their team whole-heartedly and with great enthusiasm. I have seen the Fire twice there, once against a European club and then against another MLS team and both times I had a great time. It wasn't terrible pricing for tickets - and I sat two different locations each time. The Miller Lite Party Deck - for those of legal drinking age - was probably the most fun I have had at a sporting event. There aren't always many people and the people that are there are fun to be around. Overall, tickets are reasonablly priced for great seats within the stadium, food and pricing is what you're going to find at any stadium or arena, and parking is actually pretty uncomplicated. Toyota Park is definitely a stadium soccer fans should check out.
Great soccer stadium, but not close to the city
Chris M. Sep 5, 2012
Toyota Park is exactly the kind of stadium that MLS teams need. Small enough to feel full for most games but big enough to get a real crowd that is on par with other soccer leagues around the world. Ticket prices are reasonable, you can get a seat for $20 or so and there are no bad seats, really. You will want to drive and park because getting there by public transportation is an immense headache. When I last went tailgating was not allowed, so we chugged a few beers in the car in the parking lot and headed in. I saw a Fire game and a U.S. friendly game and the crowd was boisterous for both, with the loudest section being behind the goal. Overall a great atmosphere, food is standard stadium overpriced, but the real drawback is the location. It is a real hike to get there which definitely reduces the city-dwellers from attending. That is a problem with most MLS stadiums, however, and I'm not sure who to blame.
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