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Chicago Fire Soccer Camps

For the last few years Isaac (9) has attended a Chicago Fire Soccer Summer Camp and this year Chase got to check it out and he loved it!

The Chicago Fire Soccer Camps are open to children of all abilities, between 2 and 16 years and take place all over the Chicagoland area. They’re coached by professional, international soccer coaches from Chicago Fire Soccer In The Community some of whom travel Stateside to coach and I’ve always loved the cultural aspect that this brings in.

I’m from England and although Tim is an American he’s loved soccer for nearly 20 years now and so our kids have always been involved in the sport, starting as early as 3 years old and relishing the enjoyment of racing around the pitch, working as a team and the healthy competition sports bring. Yup, #soccermom here! The camps are always well run – big enough to make new friends and play scrimmages and yet small enough to get individualized coaching which is so vital at this age.

For a short video of the camp check out my Facebook page!

Registration includes a Soccer In The Community jersey, ball, and player evaluation. Chicago Fire Soccer Camp Participants will also receive a ticket to the Fire’s “Graduation Day” experience at Toyota Park, which includes a free match ticket for every camper, a pre-match clinic with coaches, a Chicago Fire player autograph session, visits from the team’s mascot, Sparky, and more.

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More Chicago Fire Soccer Camp Opportunities

The good news is there’s still 4 weeks of camps left at The PrivateBank Fire Pitch in Chicago this summer and a whole lot of fun ready! I’d highly recommend signing your child up for this Chicago Fire Soccer Camp which has been rated one of the Top 12 Summer Camps in Chicago and been attended by around7,000 children already this year! Grab your spot here.

Pick from all day (9am-4pm), Morning (9am-noon) and Afternoon (1-4pm) options, with lunch available to purchase on 2 full size turf soccer fields, and air-conditioned indoor facility.

Chicago Fire Schedule

The Chicago Fire Soccer Club entered its 20th Major League Soccer season with six major domestic championship titles including the 1998 MLS Cup and 1998, 2000, 2003 and 2006 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cups, and 2003 Supporters Shield. The Fire play at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Ill., and you can find the schedule and grab tickets here.

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Has your child ever attended a Chicago Fire Soccer Camp or game?



  1. Our family has always been more into football than soccer, but it’s awesome that your kids love it! I’m sure they have a blast!

  2. That sounds like so much fun for any little soccer player. My boys go to swim camp every year, so I know how much fun it is for kids to go to camps for what they love.

  3. THAT SMILE! How adorable. Great photos. 🙂

  4. My son is five and just now getting into soccer. What a cool way for him to learn!

  5. Desiree Lopez says:

    My son is just starting to get into sports after being shy for most of his preschool years. I bet a camp like this would be great for building his confidence.

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