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.Use our Bridgeview travel itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Toyota Park and other attractions in Bridgeview.
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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 »
This was a great place for a music festival. Lots of space. Good stage placement. Great food! Very impressed. more »
First time at this venue for the USA Eagles rugby match. The stadium itself is very nice. However, if you are trying to get to the stadium with mass transit, reconsider. The trip was fine up to the Mi... more »
Going to see The Maori All Blacks vs USA Rugby at Toyota Park tonight at 7pm on November 4th. 2016 🏉 I will update this after my Experience... I'm sure it will be great..... It took forever to get here from our hotel. But well worth it. Nice small intimate Stadium. Leaving now, I have to say that i had a Wonderful time at Toyota Park...
Cool venue for concerts. However, $20 to park is ridiculous! If this place were accessible to public transportation, I would understand the parking fee but when driving is the option, $20 daily for a 3-day concert it is fairly steep. The parking fee was my only issue. The bathrooms were clean, which is always an issue at other venues. No bathroom lines!! Now, to get a drink, it was hit or miss. Day 1, I was in line for about 5-7 minutes (switched concession stands because they were not moving at the 1st concession stand), total time 10 minutes. Day 2, no line. Day 3, the parking fee took my last $20 so no drinks. Overall good experience but don't overcharge parking.
We went here for a show and I can't complain. The place was generally clean and the staff was nice. Good venue in my experience
Dana Colston Jr.
Great stadium for soccer games (home of the Chicago Fire). There are great views from any seat at this stadium. Plenty of concessions and shops around the perimeter. And an awesome place to tailgate before and after games. I do wish they'd lower the parking fee ($20), but I guess it's not that bad if you're traveling in a group.
Went here for Open Air festival. Got through the entrance pretty quickly. Lots of vendors, clean bathrooms, and food. Sound was good for both stages. Lots of ways to get around the park so you never feel too much like cattle.
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