Soldier Field is an American football stadium, so the dimensions are more suited for soccer. And Wrigley Field has baseball, which makes it more difficult to schedule MLS games. But Wrigley Field has one huge advantage over Soldier Field: it's in a better location for soccer. Most Chicago soccer fans live on the north side. Fans on the north side would be more likely to go to games if the team played at Wrigley. Yes, of course I know the Cubs might never accept sharing their stadium, even for a few years. But at least MLS should talk to the Cubs about this. Maybe the Cubs would accept the Fire playing part of the season there?