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From Downtown Chicago:
Take I-55 South to the Harlem Ave. exit. Turn left onto Harlem Ave. The stadium is about 2 miles ahead.

From Tri-State Tollway:
Take I-294 and exit at 95th St. East, towards Harlem (IL Rt. 43). Take the ramp to IL Rt. 43 North. Stay in the right lane, veer right onto Frontage Rd., and you'll see the general parking.

From the West:
Take I-55 North and exit at Harlem Ave. (IL Rt. 43), heading south. Stay in the right lane and after about 2 miles you'll see the general parking.

From the South:
Take 79th, 87th or 95th St. to Harlem Ave. (IL Rt. 43), heading north. Parking lot entrances are at 70th and Harlem.



Parking lots open 3 hours before events begin. Parking for the Chicago Fire is $15.00 USD per car and $30.00 USD per RV or bus. For other events, costs vary.



On event days, a the Toyota Park Express bus shuttles patrons between the park and the CTA Orange Line Midway station. Buses leave every 20 minutes beginning 2 hours prior to the event. Taxi pick-up/drop-off is in the East Lot; after most events the taxi stand will be outside Gate D. Others picking up or dropping off guests can do so at the West Parking Lot.


Toyota Park

Chicago Fire tickets are available on StubHub to see the soccer team play at their home base of Toyota Park. Located in Bridgeview, Illinois, the Toyota Park has hosted a variety of sports events over the years, including the 2010 qualifying games for the World Cup. The Fire has called Toyota Park home since 2006 and you'll want to join the local soccer fans as they cheer on their home team live.

Toyota Park Seating Chart

The Fire has been giving a good challenge to their competition on the field lately, and you'll want to see who they are up against soon by taking a peak at the Chicago Fire schedule. The team boasts numerous well-regarded players and you'll wnat to see who walks away with the winning goal when they are next playing at Toyota Park.

Toyota Park Seat Map

Toyota Park tickets are currently available and you need to stake out your seats in the bleachers so that you can cheer on the Fire at their next match in Bridgeview. The venue opened in 2006 and has since hosted several sporting events as well as musical concerts. See what's on the calendar in the coming months.

Toyota Park Map

Toyota Park is the place to catch the Fire, but you can also sing along to some of your favorite artists and bands at this popular venue near Chicago. Pick up a pair of concert tickets to see artists who specialize in country, rock, folk and even classical.