Cheer on the Chill

Championship Soccer in Thunder Bay

A Winning Tradition

A ticket to a Thunder Bay Chill soccer match is a must on your visit to Thunder Bay this summer. The Chill offer the fast pace action of semi-professional soccer at Chapples Park as the Thunder Bay soccer club competes in the Premier Development League (PDL) with a 16-game regular season schedule against teams in the seven-team Heartland Division. The division includes teams from Des Moines, Iowa; Kansas City, Missouri, Springfield, Missouri; St. Louis Missouri; Littleton, Colorado; and a new entry from Winnipeg, Manitob

Chill Player white taking ball from number 11

The Chill has established themselves as a winning franchise in the United Soccer Leagues - Premier Development League that features 64-teams from across Canada and United States competing for a league title. The Chill won the North American title in 2008 and lost the championship to Portland (Oregon) in 2010, a team that went undefeated.

get tickets for a Home game

The Chill plays a seven-game home schedule at Chapples Park, with games in June and July.

Expect an entertaining night out at Chapples Field where you will feel like your right on top of the action. The price for tickets is affordable ranging from $15.00 for Adult Reserve Gold Seats to $10.00 for general seating. There are also reduced rates for seniors and students. 

Chill Blue and green players

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