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Toyota Park (Bridgeview Stadium)

95 reviews on TripAdvisor
Arena & Stadium
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Owned by the Village of Bridgeview, this venue is home to the Chicago Fire Soccer team. Now this is a massive arena that towers up four levels and can seat more... more
Owned by the Village of Bridgeview, this venue is home to the Chicago Fire Soccer team. Now this is a massive arena that towers up four levels and can seat more than 20,000 screaming fans. Fully equipped and easily accessible, the complex boasts an office space, executive and party suites, a terrace and a permanent stage. With its crystal clear sound system and bright lighting, it is also a hot-spot for concerts and musical performances. Hit the website, check the schedule and snap up your tickets—there are various booking options. Enjoy the game or concert in style!... less
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Reviews

  • Rummynomad787
    4/12/2018
    Took my boy to his first MLS soccer game and had a great time. Got dropped of so we didnt have to pay for parking. Quick through security and to our seats. Got some food, of course its expensive, but ... moreTook my boy to his first MLS soccer game and had a great time. Got dropped of so we didnt have to pay for parking. Quick through security and to our seats. Got some food, of course its expensive, but not more than what I pay at any other stadium. The stadium was fairly clean and easy to get around. It was the perfect place for a first MLS game!... less
  • Henry A
    3/14/2018
    When Peter Wilt told me the Fire chose to move to Bridgeview, it felt like someone shot my dog.There is next to nothing to do in the vicinity of the venue, and it’s nowhere close to scenic, like the l... moreWhen Peter Wilt told me the Fire chose to move to Bridgeview, it felt like someone shot my dog.There is next to nothing to do in the vicinity of the venue, and it’s nowhere close to scenic, like the lakeshore was at their previous home. The building, itself, if fine. The parking lot looks like an old semi staging ground, which is exactly what it was. Traffic stinks. There are few ways out of the lot after the game. I feel gouged on the parking and on the cost of a beer. I would never consider buying a beer at a game. We park at a brewery 2 miles away and walk to save money.The Fire just played their season opener at 5 PM, inexplicably. We froze. Last year the home opener was during the day when the sun was out, and that was tolerable. I can see no good reason for 5 PM starts in cold weather. It’s not like there are concerns about TV or competing events. There was no TV coverage, except on the Internet, and nothing else was going on locally. It’s just a dumb decision, in my opinion.I’ve been going to Fire matches for 20 years. I’m thinking about not attending any longer.... less
  • krisy00725
    2/22/2018
    Poor location. Traffic is horrendous. This stadium is about 30 minutes out of town. It is difficult to get transportation to and from the stadium. We took the train as close as we could get, then an ... morePoor location. Traffic is horrendous. This stadium is about 30 minutes out of town. It is difficult to get transportation to and from the stadium. We took the train as close as we could get, then an uber to the stadium. The 'adult slushy' was the best part of the experience. A bottle of water was $4.50. Overpriced beer and food. What you'd expect from a ballpark: hotdogs, dried up pretzels, nachos. Eat before you come. The staff and security were friendly and made the experience tolerable.Upon leaving, the traffic was backed up for miles and miles in both directions. We walked almost 5 miles before being able to get an uber away from the stadium.... less
  • re34646
    10/17/2017
    So, my daughter enjoys watching soccer, which she constantly reminds me is the 'actual' football. To each his own.This is a nice, clean stadium, fans weren't rowdy, and it wasn't that expensive. Bou... moreSo, my daughter enjoys watching soccer, which she constantly reminds me is the 'actual' football. To each his own.This is a nice, clean stadium, fans weren't rowdy, and it wasn't that expensive. Bought our tickets on TicketMaster, but also had checked out StubHub. A fair amount of tail gating. Can't remember, but think there parking at the stadium was $20.Wasn't too long of a wait to get into the stadium, and no pushing or shoving in the lines, just friendly people. Near the end of the season, so there was some excitement at how the home team might do.Our seats were at one end, about four rows up. Almost behind the goal. We were at the end where the rowdy fans sit, and don't watch the game. OK, maybe they were watching, but mostly singing, cheering, laughing and making noise. Entertaining.We did have some guys move into our seats (non reserved) at half time. Worked out okay, we got to move up.Overall, a nice stadium. Probably would have been even better, if I was a real soccer fan...... less
  • martynsnook
    10/2/2017
    Went to an away game as an nyc fan. Stadium is way out the city but it's good when there. Compact. Easy access to food and beverages and good views from everywhere. Feels close to the action