Charter | Chicago Fire
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These values also include a commitment to winning,fair play, tolerance, respect, teamwork, and appreciation of good soccer. Our club recognizes the importance of contributing to our community.
The Chicago Fire Soccer Club's spirit on the pitch parallels the spirit of its supporters. It is based on a passionate effort to succeed and a commitment to play exciting, entertaining and, most importantly, quality soccer. This spirit is likewise shared by all of Chicago Fire Soccer Club management. You are in this league because you have talent, strength, passion, and commitment.
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I challenge you; we as fans challenge you to never take a game off, never take a play off, EVER. Bring the strength back, bring the pride back, and put us at the top forever.
A supporter attending a Chicago Fire Soccer Club match has the right to expect: That Fire staff, players and stadium personnel will recognize and respect the values espoused by the Club 2. To be treated with dignity and respect by Fire staff, players and stadium personnel.
To support his or her team provided that the support does not negatively impact the play on the pitch or the enjoyment of other supporters.
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To provide public feedback about the competition and the stadium experience in accordance with MLS and stadium regulations. That staff, players and stadium personnel are aware of this Charter and its contents.Chicago Fans Get the Team They Deserve (Finally)
That the Chicago Fire Soccer Club will support the rights of supporters wherever the Fire plays in accordance with regulations of MLS and its members' stadiums. The club to facilitate mechanisms for supporters to express their opinions.
The club to adhere to its published supporters policies regarding supporters. Expectations of Chicago Fire Soccer Club Supporters The Chicago Fire Soccer Club welcomes all Fire supporters-wherever the club hosts or plays a match-and expects that fans conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike fashion, reflecting the honor and values of the Chicago Fire Soccer Club. Support, passion and excitement for our club do not absolve them from their responsibility to be good citizens and uphold the law.
The Club expects and requires that Chicago Fire Soccer Club supporters are committed to the following: The team's improved performance and an increase in fan numbers helped lead to a new movement of creating large banners along the walls surrounding the field, marking territory throughout the stadium. Choreographed pre-match visual displays tifo using a variety of materials became de rigueur for important matches in the manner of large European soccer clubs.
Inafter Fire ownership's unexpected and sudden dismissal of popular club president Peter Wilt, fans coordinated a large protest at that season's home opener; entering en masse and dressed in black eight minutes after kickoff, in a show of solidarity with the ex-president.
The move to the corner of 71st Street and Harlem Avenue saw Section 8 take residence in sections and on the stadium's north side, also known as the "Harlem End". The combined resources of fan groups and the Section 8 Chicago organization made several large fan-led projects possible in the stadium's inaugural year. Amongst them were the commissioning of a handmade wooden sign for the player tunnel leading to the field, and funding an engraved brick testimonial at the stadium's entrance commemorating former president Peter Wilt 's role in making the facility happen.
Most spectacularly, fans combined to create one of the largest fan-produced flags in professional sports - the 80 yard by 25 yard Megabandera.
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The flag covered the entire "Harlem End" of the stadium, and was displayed just prior to kickoff at the Fire's most important home games. Due to continued growth and an improved season ticket base, Section 8 has expanded to encompass four sections,and since the season.
At the end of the season supporters vote via the ISA's website for their player of the year. There is no criteria for which the player is judged on. The player is given a plaque and has their name engraved on a plaque that is displayed publicly.