Chicago Fire gives credit to fans going to the game due to Messi’s pending situation

Faced with doubts as to whether Messi will be listed by Inter Miami, the Chicago Fire adopted a marketing measure to attract fans to this Wednesday’s game (4), in the 36th round of MLS.

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The Illinois club announced that it will give a credit of 250 dollars, aimed at new fan members for the 2024 season, to anyone who goes to the stadium “regardless of which players may be on the field.” For those who cannot use the gift for various reasons, the bonus changes to 50 dollars.

“While we don’t know the official status of Lionel Messi’s availability, we know that many of our fans may be disappointed if they don’t get the chance to see him play”.

“Many will be at Soldier Field for the first time and we are excited to welcome them to the Family Fire and give them the opportunity to become lifelong fans, creating an incredible fan-focused atmosphere,” says the Chicago Fire statement, which expects to see the stadium’s 61,000 seats occupied.

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Namely, with Messi’s arrival in the United States, tickets for Inter Miami games, both at home and abroad, began to be in high demand, even generating super expensive prices.

Therefore, this concern on the part of the home team is because Messi has not played since September 20th. The Argentine left the game in the first half, and coach Tata Martino revealed that the player is feeling uncomfortable due to a scar from an old injury on the hamstring of his right thigh.

The star was even left out of the US Cup final, in which the Houston Dynamo won the title, last week. Now, both Inter Miami, 13th place with 33 points in the Eastern Conference, and the Chicago Fire, 11th place with 37, are looking to qualify for the MLS playoffs. The top seven in each conference advance directly, and teams in eighth and ninth place go to a playoff.

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