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A time for unity, a time for support

Chicago Fire Soccer Club

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A time for unity, a time for support

With this email, we want to keep our fans informed and updated on COVID-19 here in Chicago, but also provide a bit of content and fun (including an at home activity center on the landing page), especially for fans with young fans at home.

This email serves as encouragement and a reminder of what our fans should be doing during this pandemic. For fans that are in the position to help, we also offer ways to support our partners that have been affected until it's safe to return to normal operations.

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