The Chicago Red Stars (6-10-2, 20 pts) return to the Windy City to host West Coast club, Angel City FC (6-6-6, 24 pts). Both teams are vying for a playoff berth with Chicago and Angel City currently below the line in 11th and eighth in the NWSL standings, respectively.
September 17 will be the Red Stars’ “World Cup Welcome Back” match, celebrating the United States’ Alyssa Naeher and Jamaica’s Cheyna Matthews return from representing their respective countries at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Fans can take advantage of multiple ticket offers for the match. A two-match ticket pack to the September 17 match and the United States Women’s National Team match against South Africa September 24 at Chicago’s Soldier Field can be purchased here. Fans can also purchase the Red Stars’ “World Class Match” Pack, which includes tickets to Chicago’s final three home matches, here. Fans looking to purchase individual tickets can visit chicagoredstars.com/tickets.
In addition to ticket offers, the USWNT’s history-making 1999 World Cup trophy will be available for fans to take photos with on the Gate C concourse through halftime on matchday. Fans in attendance can participate in a scavenger hunt, trivia, play EA’s FIFA 23 where fans can play as the Chicago Red Stars and a NASCAR simulator. Click here to learn more.
The Chicago Red Stars take on the Houston Dash in their final UKG Challenge Cup match of 2023. Prior to the match Saturday, the National Women’s Soccer League released the July Best XI of the Month presented by Mastercard, which included Red Stars goalkeeper, Emily Boyd. This is Boyd’s first league recognition and is well deserved as the keeper amassed a save percentage of 90.4 percent, three clean sheets and is third among all goalkeepers in saves made in Challenge Cup play after playing in just two matches in the tournament.
The Chicago Red Stars (0-4-0) continue UKG Challenge Cup play this week and take on the Kansas City Current (3-1-0) who currently find themselves in second place in the central division.
Following the match, the Chicago Red Stars will celebrate defender and Naperville-native, Casey Krueger, who played her 100 regular-season game Monday, June 5, in a match against Los Angeles. In addition to being a Chicagoland native, Krueger has played her entire career so far with her hometown team where she’s established herself as one of the preeminent two-way defenders in the National Women’s Soccer League.
The Chicago Red Stars (3–9-1, 10 points) return from the East Coast to host West Coast club, San Diego Wave FC (6-5-2, 20 points). Both San Diego and Chicago look for three points after three straight weeks without a regular-season win. Fans are invited to stay after the match to enjoy a fireworks display.
The Chicago Red Stars (3-7-1, 10 points) host Portland Thorns FC (5-2-4, 19 points) and celebrate their Juneteenth match Sunday, June 18. Both teams search for a victory after suffering losses in week 11.
For the Red Stars’ Juneteenth celebrations, presented by United Airlines, fans can purchase a special Juneteenth ticket package, which includes a commemorative Juneteenth lapel pin in addition to a ticket to Sunday’s match. A portion of the ticket package proceeds will benefit My Block, My Hood, My City, a Chicago organization that mentors and provides resources for underprivileged youth and neighborhoods. Fans who purchase the Juneteenth ticket package prior to Friday, June 16 will have a chance to be selected for a post-match Meet and Greet opportunity with forward, Cheyna Matthews. Additionally, the first 1,800 fans in attendance Sunday will receive a Red Stars Juneteenth wristband.
The Chicago Red Stars (3-6-1, 10 points) host the North Carolina Courage (4-4-2, 14 points) for the club’s annual Pride Night match Saturday, June 10. The Red Stars look to keep their regular season win streak alive following wins against the Orlando Pride and Angel City FC.
As a part of the Red Stars’ Pride Night celebrations, the club is offering a special “Show Your Pride” ticket package, which allows fans to purchase a Red Stars Pride T-shirt in addition to a ticket for Saturday’s match. The first 1,000 fans in attendance will receive a Red Stars Pride bandana. Fans can also stop by the Gate C Plaza to sign a special banner that Red Stars front office will display during the Chicago Pride Parade later this month. Local LGBTQ+ nonprofits partnering with the Red Stars will have booths set up at the Gate C Plaza for fans to stop and learn how they can support these organizations and the LGBTQ+ community. Prior to the match, the Red Stars also will host three Drag Story Time sessions with Aurora Divine. Leading up to the match, the Red Stars and Brave Space Alliance will host a virtual auction of signed Red Stars warm-up tops. A portion of the proceeds from the auction will benefit the CRS Cares foundation and Brave Space Alliance, the first Black-led, trans-led LGBTQ+ Center located on the South Side of Chicago, dedicated to creating and providing affirming, culturally competent, for-us, by-us resources, programming, and services for LGBTQ+ individuals on the South and West sides of the city.
Following the match, Chicago will celebrate midfielder, Cari Roccaro, who played her 100th regular-season match against the Orlando Pride Saturday, May 27. Fans can join in on all celebrations by securing their tickets at chicagoredstars.com/tickets.