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Toyota Park is located in Bridgeview, Illinois - just 12 miles from downtown Chicago, and is home to the Chicago Fire. Toyota Park has a capacity of 20,000 for soccer matches, and 28,000 for concerts.
The Chicago Fire bench is located in front of section 127, and the visitors bench is located in front of section 129.
Sections 127-129 are club seating areas for the Chicago Fire. Ticket holders in these sections will have access to in-seat dining service so they don't miss a moment of the action while enjoying great views of the pitch.
The Chicago Fire's die-hard fans occupy sections 117 and 118 at Toyota Park. This area is known as 'Section 8' which is in reference to the original supporters location at Soldier Field. You will find the rowdiest of fans in these sections, so keep that in mind when you are searching for tickets. Depending on who you are, this can be appealing or a deterrent.
The seat numbers at Toyota Park follow a simple pattern where seat number 1 in a given section will always be on the aisle closest to the lower numbered section adjacent to it. So for example seat number 1 in section 128 will be on the aisle closest to section 127. The total seats in a given row can vary based on location, but the average number of seats in a row in the sections along the sidelines is 24.
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