Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Riot to host 'Chicago Soccer Heritage Night'

The Chicago Riot of the Major Indoor Soccer League is hosting "Chicago Soccer Heritage Night" at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 30, for the team's game against the Baltimore Blast at the Odeum Sports and Expo Center in Villa Park, Ill. The night is in honor to all those who have put Chicago soccer on the map, including long-time Chicago Fire veteran C.J. Brown (pictured), who will take the ceremonial first kick as part of the rescheduled festivities from Dec. 12.

"This will be a great opportunity for players and fans to reconnect, reminisce about some great memories and create new ones," said Riot Owner, President and CEO Peter Wilt. "Chicago has such a rich professional soccer history and the Riot is honored to be able to recognize some of the people who helped create it."

Tickets are available starting at $10 at www.ChicagoRiotSoccer.com or by calling 630-708-6284.

Read more about the festivities at ChicagoRiotSoccer.com, as plenty of former stars from the Chicago Sting, Power and other previous clubs have already committed to making an appearance.

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