The Chicago Fire will unveil its luxury box called the Second Star Club at its match on Saturday against the Seattle Sounders. The latest addition to Toyota Park is on the third floor where eight suites were knocked out midfield to make room for a spacious 6,766-square-foot area complete with a dining room, chic bar and 164 plush red leather seats outdoors to watch the game.
Club members sign up for three-year memberships starting at $6,500 to get premier seating and access to valet parking, concerts at Toyota Park and all Fire games (with the exception of the MLS Cup).
On Thursday, the Fire gave a behind-the-scenes look at its stadium in Bridgeview. The tour included a sneak peek at the Second Star Club, other suites and its rooftop as well as a look inside the visiting team locker room, the tunnel the players run through to get on to the field, the second level where Fire staff work and where all the accolades are kept in cases including the coveted Alan I. Rothenberg Trophy that the Chicago Fire hoisted when the team won the MLS Cup in 1998.
A look inside Chicago Fire's stadium
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