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 By Chris Wright

Schweinsteiger a dad for the first time as Chicago Fire ace shares baby news

Bastian Schweinsteiger has announced he is about to become a father for the first time, with the Chicago Fire midfielder confirming as much on social media on Thursday.

The news was actually broken by Schweinsteiger's wife, tennis star Ana Ivanovic, who shared a photo of the couples' sneakers, along with an additional pair of matching baby booties.

Schweinsteiger's accompanying Twitter announcement was a little less cryptic, with the former Germany captain opting for the efficient, matter-of-fact...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Keeping Bastian Schweinsteiger for 2018 'a priority' - Chicago Fire GM

Watch all 24 goals from MLS Golden Boot winner Nemanja Nikolic's first season in the league with Chicago Fire.

Chicago Fire general manager Nelson Rodriguez has called keeping Designated Player Bastian Schweinsteiger at the club for the 2018 season is "a priority."

Schweinsteiter, 33, left Manchester United to sign a one-year deal with the Fire in March.

His contract contains a mutual option for next season. And Rodriguez, speaking to reporters this week, said he is optimistic the 2014 World Cup winner will return.

"We remain optimistic that Basti and we will reach a mutually satisfactory agreement...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bastian Schweinsteiger welcome to return to Chicago Fire next season

The New York Red Bulls booked their spot in the Eastern Conference semifinals with a comprehensive 4-0 win in Chicago.

The Chicago Fire would welcome back Bastian Schweinsteiger next season, coach Veljko Paunovic said on Wednesday after the club crashed out of the MLS playoffs.

Schweinsteiger contributed only three goals and six assists in 24 games this season after his high-profile move from Manchester United in March.

He was hampered by injuries at the end of the season, making just one substitute appearance over the final seven weeks, and the Fire were already trailing 2-0 when he entered the knockout-stage...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chicago Fire's Bastian Schweinsteiger 'not 100 percent' ahead of playoffs

David Villa scored his first goal in more than a month to help New York City FC secure a point at Chicago Fire.

Chicago Fire midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has admitted he's still not fully fit after suffering a calf injury in the club's 1-0 victory in Montreal on Sept. 2.

The former Germany international came on in the 71st minute of the Fire's 1-1 home draw with New York City FC. It was his first action in four matches since the injury.

With the international break this week, the Fire, who have already qualified for the playoffs, will have extra time to get their still-recovering star healthy for postseason...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bastian Schweinsteiger goal lifts Fire; Revs win with Kei Kamara hat trick

The Chicago Fire earned three huge points on the road to a conference rival thanks to Bastian Schweinsteiger's lone goal.

Bastian Schweinsteiger scored his first goal since April to help the Chicago Fire beat the 10-man Montreal Impact on Saturday night.

The Fire went up a man in the 53rd minute when Deian Boldor was shown a red card following a video review for a late, studs-up challenge on Schweinsteiger.

And the former Germany star got his revenge six minutes when he slammed home a first-timed shot from Matt Polster's cross.

However, Schweinsteiger later limped out of the game while grabbing his quad...

Schweinsteiger believes MLS could be equal to European leagues 'in 10 years'

Chicago Fire's Bastian Schweinsteiger looks ahead to facing Real Madrid in the MLS All-Star Game and discusses how much the league is growing.
Bastian Schweinsteiger discusses Germany's successful youth systems, how it benefits the national team, and MLS Cup.

CHICAGO -- As Major League Soccer's All-Stars prepare to take on European champions Real Madrid on Wednesday, the captain of the MLS team Bastian Schweinsteiger believes that the North American competition is a decade away from joining the level set by the world's elite leagues.

Schweinsteiger joined Chicago Fire from Manchester United on March 29, and since his debut on April 1, the Eastern Conference club has earned 37 points in 19 matches. And as the former Germany captain has seen the Fire rise...