Anyone is welcome to join us at these events! You do not need to be an official, dues-paid member (unless otherwise noted). We do hope you have a great time and decide to join, though!

Upcoming Events

Black Fires Presents: 2nd Annual Black History Month Event

Saturday, February 8
4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Some Like It Black Creative Arts Bar

Join Black Fires for a panel featuring black soccer players talking about the black experience with soccer, what they think can grow the game, and where they see the future of soccer going.
Confirmed speakers:
Sarah Gorden – Chicago native and current Chicago Red Stars player
Ross LaBauex – Chicago native and former Colorado Rapids player
Dasan Robinson – Chicago Fire draftee and player for 5 years

Bruised Broken Band LIVE

with Scout Ripley

Friday, February 21
8:00 p.m. (7:30 doors)

The Frontier Theatre – 1106 W. Thorndale Ave.


Join Chicago Local 134 for two local music acts with connections to the Chicago Red Stars community. Scout Ripley (feat. Claire Watkins) will open, followed by Bruised Broken Band (feat. Yuki Nagasato). Doors open at 7:30 PM, the show will begin at 8:00 PM. A percentage of proceeds from this event will benefit the NWSL Players Association.

Bruised Broken Band is a fearless blend of pulsating garage-rock rhythm and sound, blended into an ill-tempered southern blues moonshine that will leave you with a feeling of excitement and fire. Bruised & Broken started off with influences varying all the way from classic / punk rock titans, to the great compositional masters that are the bedrock of all things music. Its artists include Chicago Red Stars player Yuki Nagasato, a Japanese instrumentalist who’s teamed up with Chicago natives in an effort to create high energy performance pieces designed to please your earbuds and soothe your soul.

Scout Ripley is a despair pop band from Chicago, IL featuring NWSL media member and South Side Trap co-host Claire Watkins. Debut album A Delicate Age out now.