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BRIMSTONE CUP GAMES

Date

Comp

Score

Note

2019 - Chicago Fire wins the Brimstone Cup (3-0)

9-14-19

Season

CHI 4-0 DAL

A seventh minute defensive blunder set the tone as C.J. Sapong tapped into an empty net. A second goal from Sapong, as well as Nemanja Nikolic and Przemyslaw Frankowski gave the Fire a 4-0 half time lead.
 

2018 - FC Dallas wins the Brimstone Cup (3-0)

7-14-18

Season

DAL 3-1 CHI

Dallas set a Brimstone Cup record of playing six Homegrown Player, with Chicago's Richard Sanchez also a former Dallas Homegrown, as they regain the cup against a weakened Fire team. Carlos Gruezo gave Dallas the first half lead before Kellyn Acosta and a Reto Ziegler PK added to the host's advantage after Chicago's Drew Conner saw red. Brandt Bronico scored a late consolation with his first MLS goal.
 

2017 - Chicago Fire wins the Brimstone Cup (3-0)

5-25-17

Season

CHI 2-1 DAL

Nemanja Nikolic and David Accam scored in the opening 10 minutes for Chicago. Roland Lamah with a consolation goal for Dallas.  Fire up to 4 straight wins, second longest in club history.

2016 - FC Dallas wins the Brimstone Cup (3-0)

7-16-16

Season

DAL 3-1 CHI

Maxi Urruti opens scoring for Dallas.  Mauro Diaz notches the 2nd goal.  Arturo Alvarez scores late for Chicago becoming the first player to score for both sides in the Brimstone Cup.  Mauro Rosales notches the 3rd goal in injury time.

2015 - Chicago Fire wins the Brimstone Cup (3-0)

8-2-15

Season

CHI 2-0 DAL

Last place Chicago dominated first place Dallas.  DP’s David Accam (4’) and Shaun Maloney (85’) both score for the Fire.

2014 - Chicago Fire wins the Brimstone Cup (3-0)

8-30-14

Season

DAL 0-1 CHI

The Fire ends FCD’s 10 game unbeaten run with the 1-0 win.  Chicago sub Robert Earnshaw scores the lone goal of the game off a cross by Jeff Larentowicz.

2013 - Chicago Fire wins the Brimstone Cup (3-0)

10-12-13

Season

DAL 2-3 CHI

A great night by league MVP candidate Mike Magee who assisted on the Fire opener by Juan Luis Anangono (24’) and then scored on his own (his 19th of the season). Jalil Anibaba put the Fire up 3-0 in minute 52.  FCD goals by Kenny Cooper (63’) and David Ferreira (73’ PK) wasn’t enough to rally.

5-23-12

Season

CHI 2-1 DAL

Fire wins the only meeting in 2012.  Matt Hedges opens the scoring for FCD and Chicago gets 2 (Sebastian Grazzini 45’, Marco Pappa 63’) to come from behind and win

2012 - Chicago Fire wins the Brimstone Cup (3-0)

Major League Soccer switched to an unbalanced schedule. Due to this the teams will only play once each year in the regular season.

2011 - FC Dallas wins Brimstone Cup (4-1)

10-12-11

Season

CHI 1-2 DAL

FC Dallas clinched postseason berth, getting goals from Jackson and Daniel Cruz. Sebastian Grazzini scored for Chicago.  Pavel Pardo was ejected in the 78th minute for a tackle on Ricardo Villar.

3-19-11

Season

DAL 1-1 CHI

Goal in the 17th (Diego Chaves CHI) and 19th minute (Milton Rodriguez FCD).  Brek Shea, playing CB, is ejected in 55th minute for taking down Gaston Puerari.

2010 - FC Dallas wins Brimstone Cup (4-1)

10-2-10

Season

DAL 3-0 CHI

Dallas missing several starters beats Chicago.  Milton Rodriguez, Marvin Chavez, and Jeff Cunningham score for FC Dallas.  Cunningham's goal ties Jamie Moreno for the all-time MLS career lead with 132 goals.

5-27-10

Season

CHI 1-1 DAL

Brian McBride scored for Chicago, David Ferreira for Dallas.

2009 - FC Dallas retains Cup. (3-3) tie cup stays with holder rule.

5-31-09

Season

CHI 0-3 DAL

Coming off a Thursday game, undefeated Chicago rests some players.  Worst record in the league FCD surprises most observers and comes out in a 4-5-1 formation.  Cunningham scores off a corner, McCarty free kick ends in a Brown own goal, and Cooper scores a pretty free kick goal late in the game.  Soumare receives second yellow and is sent off. 

3-21-09

Season

DAL 1-3 CHI

Chicago takes the season opener down in Dallas continuing recent trend of road wins in this series.  Cooper scores a notable goal from past midfield.  Chicago controlls possession and scores three straight goals.  Mapp, McBride, and and Blanco scoring for Chicago.

2008 - FC Dallas wins Brimstone Cup. (6-0)

9-21-08

Season

CHI 1-4 DAL

Cunningham brace in Dallas biggest series win in Chicago.  Pitchkolan and Guarda also score.  McBride nets for Chciago.

6-15-08

Season

DAL 1-0 CHI

Cooper nabs the long goal in the match.

2007 - FC Dallas wins Brimstone Cup. (4-1)

9-20-07

Season

DAL 1-1 CHI

Strong defensive game by Chicago looks to have tied the BC, but Ruiz steals the Cup with a goal 3+ minutes into stoppage time.
CHI: Rolfe.  FCD: Ruiz

5-17-07

Season

CHI 1-2 DAL

Cooper and Toja net for FCD on the road in the first half, Calen Carr gets one back but FCD holds on to win.
FCD: Cooper, Toja.  CHI: Carr

2006 - FC Dallas wins Brimstone Cup (6-0)

7-16-06

Season

CHI 2-3 DAL

In Chicago, another come from behind win by the same score line despite the brace from Herron.
FCD: Nunez, Rhine, Cooper. CHI: Herron (2).

4-1-06

Season

DAL 3-2 CHI

Brimstone Cup opens up 2006 season in Dallas.
CHI: Barrett and Rolfe. FCD: Alvarez, Mina, Cooper

2005 - FC Dallas wins Brimstone Cup (6-3)

9-28-05

USOC

DAL 1-0 CHI

Ronnie O'Brien nets for FCD in first Brimstone Cup game at PHP.

6-12-05

Season

CHI 2-0 DAL

Jaqua and Reiter take out FCD at Solider Field.

4-2-05

Season

DAL 2-1 CHI

Last BC game at the Cotton Bowl,  Mulrooney and Johnson for Dallas.  Kelly Gray nets for Chicago.

2004 - Dallas Burn wins Brimstone Cup (6-0)

8-28-04

Season

DAL 4-1 CHI

DAL: O'Brien, Johnson (2), Nhleko. CHI: Jaqua
Johnson speed to much for banged up Fire missing Armas and Razov. 
Dallas wins Brimstone Cup as teams could only meet again in MLS Cup Final.

4-17-04

Season

CHI 0-2 DAL

DAL: Johnson, Rhine
Domination by Burn in Chicago over a tired beat up squad. 

2003 - Dallas Burn retains Cup. (3-3) tie cup stays with holder rule.

9-20-03

Season

DAL 2-0 CHI

CHI: none; DAL: Nhleko, Johnson
Chicago has the misfortune of being the first team Dallas faces after Coach Mike Jeffries is fired.

6-18-03

Season

CHI 4-1 DAL

DAL: Suarez; CHI: Razov (2), Ralph, Gray
A hard fought close game until Chicago scores two goals late to put it away.

2002 - Dallas Burn wins Brimstone Cup. (6-0)

8-10-02

Season

DAL 3-1 CHI

CHI - Stoitchkov; DAL - Pareja, Kreis, O'Brien.
Burn take Brimstone Cup after it becomes impossible for the Burn to meet Chicago in the playoffs.

6-15-02

Season

CHI 1-3 DAL

DAL - Kreis (2), Rhine ; CHI - Wolyniec

2002, MLS folded Miami and Tampa Bay.  League realigned to East and West with Chicago and Dallas in different divisions.  Consequently Dallas and Chicago only face each other twice a year.

2001 - Chicago Fire wins 1st Brimstone Cup (11-5)

9-29-01

Playoffs

CHI 2-0 DAL

Chicago takes the 1st Brimstone Cup. Chicago captain Peter Nowak recorded a pair of assists in the win, leading the Fire past their archrivals.

9-23-01

Playoffs

DAL 1-1 CHI

DAL--Deering (Rhine, Kreis) 27, CHI--J. Beasley (Kovalenko, Nowak) 84

9-21-01

Playoffs

CHI 2-0 DAL

The shutout registered by Fire goalkeeper Zach Thornton was his seventh career playoff clean sheet which ties him with Columbus Crew goalkeeper Tom Presthus for the all-time playoff lead. "It's a heated rivalry and there are a bunch of guys on both teams who are not fond of each other," Marsch said.

9-15-01

Season

Canceled

9/11 caused the cancellation of end of MLS season.

9-8-01

Season

CHI 2-2 DAL

D. Beasley and Razov end up in hospital.   "Best MLS game I have ever seen"  says a TV producer.

7-21-01

Season

CHI 2-1 DAL

Eric Wynalda scored in the final minute of overtime to lift Chicago to a dramatic 2-1 victory over Dallas at Soldier Field.

4-21-01

Season

DAL 3-2 CHI

(OT)

1st Official Brimstone Cup Game, Dallas down 2-0 with 9 minutes to play comes back to win.

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2000 - NOT AWARDED - Chicago wins series (9-6)

8-30-00

Season

CHI 4-0 DAL

Josh Wolff and DaMarcus Beasley had two goals apiece as Chicago routed Dallas 4-0 Wednesday night at Soldier Field to clinch a berth in the MLS Cup 2000 Playoffs.

8-16-00

Season

DAL 3-0 CHI

Rookie Aleksey Korol had a pair of goals as Dallas cruised past Chicago 3-0 Wednesday night at the Cotton Bowl. The depleted Fire were beaten for the first time in six games.

8-9-00

USOC

CHI 5-1 DAL

USOC Quarterfinals, not played at Solider Field.

5-24-00

Season

CHI 4-3 DAL

(OT)

Burn took a 3-1 lead on Chicago at Soldier Field after Evan Whitfield was given an early red.  The Fire came back to win the game in overtime.

3-18-00

Season

DAL 4-2 CHI

Hristo Stoitchkov's first MLS game, the Fire are up 2-1 halftime lead with two goals from Hristo. The Burn score three second half goals to win the game 4-2.

1999 - NOT AWARDED - Dallas wins series (12-9)

10-27-99

Playoffs

DAL 3-2 CHI

Dallas came back from an 0-2 deficit in the first six minutes to win, 3-2.  This game is regarded by many in MLS (not just Burn fans) as the greatest single game in MLS history.

10-23-99

Playoffs

CHI 4-0 DAL

Dema Kovalenko made a late challenge against Burn defender Brandon Pollard and broke Pollard’s leg.

10-16-99

Playoffs

DAL 2-1 CHI

Graziani takes part in both goals to lead Dallas to the win.

8-22-99

Season

DAL 3-3 CHI

(1-0)

Newly acquired Dallas forward Ariel Graziani notched a goal and an assist in his home debut for the Burn to help his team to a 4-3 shootout win.

7-4-99

Season

DAL 1-2 CHI

Ante Razov exploded for two goals, Chicago pulls even with Dallas for second place in the Western Conference.

7-2-99

Season

CHI 1-1 DAL

(0-1)

Chicago midfielder Diego Gutierrez tallied the game-winning shootout goal, The Fire out shot Dallas 20-4 and owned a commanding edge in possession percentage, 57-43.

4-10-99

Season

CHI 0-0 DAL

(0-1)

The Dallas Burn rode the hot goalkeeping of second-year netminder Matt Jordan to ruin the defending MLS Cup champion Chicago Fire's 1999 home opener, as the Burn sent 27,311 fans at Soldier Field home unhappy with the result of a 1-0 shootout decision.

1998 - NOT AWARDED - Chicago wins series (9-3)

9-10-98

Season

DAL 3-2 CHI

Burn brings the ball length of the field with under :20 left on the clock.  Jorge Zarco Rodriguez scores in the last seconds (:02 left) to win the game, 3-2.

8-4-98

USOC

CHI 3-2 DAL

In New Orleans, USOC Semifinals.

7-4-98

Season

DAL 0-1 CHI

Lubos Kubik continued to haunt the Dallas Burn as the defender scored the lone goal in Chicago's 11th straight victory Saturday night at the Cotton Bowl. Chicago beat the Burn for the third time in less than three weeks, and Kubik scored goals in each of the three victories.

7-1-98

Season

CHI 4-1 DAL

Jerzy Podbrozny and Lubos Kubik paced a first-half explosion as the Chicago Fire defeated the Dallas Burn, 4-1, for its 10th consecutive victory.

6-17-98

Season

CHI 1-0 DAL

Thornton made a career-high 10 saves and Kubik scored the game-winning goal on a penalty kick in the 64th minute, giving Chicago a 1-0 victory over the Dallas Burn before 9,638 on a rainy night at Soldier Field in the first ever meeting between the two teams.

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