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Toyota Park, Bridgeview

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Toyota Park is a soccer-specific stadium located at 71st Street and Harlem Avenue in Bridgeview, Illinois, about 12 miles southwest from downtown Chicago. It is the home stadium of the Chicago Fire Soccer Club, members of Major League Soccer (MLS), the Chicago Red Stars of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL), and the Chicago Bliss of the Legends Football League (LFL). Toyota Park was developed at a cost of around $100 million. The facility opened June 11, 2006. It also previously hosted the Chicago Machine of Major League Lacrosse. The Red Stars also played at the park while members of Women's Professional Soccer. The stadium's capacity is 20,000.StadiumDesigned to incorporate traditional stadium features from both American and European facilities, Toyota Park includes mostly covered seating, a brick facade and stone entry archway, and first rows that are less than three yards from the field. It also includes 42 executive suites, 6 larger party suites, the Illinois Soccer Hall of Fame, and the Fire club offices as well as a large stadium club/banquet room measuring over 9000sqft.
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  • This is my first Chicago Fire game and it was awesome! Staff was very nice and the energy in the stadium was outstanding. We tailgated and had a great time doing that. Lots of fun picture moments!  more »
  • I've enjoyed watching the Chicago Fire at Toyota Park since the stadium was built about 10 years ago. It's a cozy, soccer - specific venue, and there's not a bad seat in the place. It's a beautiful st...  more »
  • The venue itself is a pretty good soccer venue, which was pretty clean and relatively modern. Concession areas were good and the options were fine. The stadium isn't in the best area, however. Not dan...  more »
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  • Great modern stadium. Borderline Premier League Quality in my opinion. Staff is friendly and seems to actually care about the team that is playing. Seats are a little more comfortable than I expected, food is incredibly expensive, but that's any stadium I guess. Really good place, I just wish it was nearer to the city, though a nice area, Bridgeview is a little out of the way.
  • A great soccer facility. It's in the middle of nowhere, but that doesn't matter. It's clean, sight lines are great, and it's an easy stadium to get around. I'm not a fan of $20 parking here and the concession food isn't good. I had the driest Italian beef ever.
  • I love the scale of this park, and the views are wonderful. I was a little disappointed by the lack of any family bathroom facilities at a venue that should be very family-friendly. Also, exiting the park seemed unnecessarily complex and took far longer than I anticipated. I love to watch the Chicago Fire, but seeing them here with young children makes for a grueling day.
  • Great place away from the city to watch professional soccer. Great viewing of game from any seat. Only two complaints.. 1) If seated near the southwest corner, the Chicago Fire fan club band plays NONSTOP for the ENTIRE game making it impossible to hear the announcer and very annoying. 2) Food offerings vary by location so you end up all over the place to feed a family. And many locations are cash ONLY, so be aware before waiting in line.
  • Love the park and the team is playing the best I have seen in years. The Parking and In/Out while a bit better than at its worst, it is still atrocious - forcing you where you do not want to be, making both entrance and exit really annoying and it's totally inexcusable at this late date that this is STILL not sorted out. Maybe Bridgeview could invest some of the $20 parking fee to make this a more inviting situation. It literally makes me think twice about the hassle associated with the game ... I am really not whining - as a business person it remains just insane that it is still the most customer unfriendly parking anywhere.