Low-grade inflammation has been associated with pregnancy complications including preeclampsia (PE), intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), and spontaneous preterm birth (SPB). In an unmatched, nested case-control study, we assessed the possible predictive association of maternal C-reactive protein (CRP), interferon-γ-inducible protein 10 (IP-10), and soluble urokinase plasminogen activator receptor (suPAR) in second trimester plasma samples in relation to later development of PE (n = 29), IUGR (n = 53), and SPB (n = 9). Inflammatory marker levels in these groups were compared to normotensive healthy pregnant controls (n = 127). We found no statistically significant difference in CRP, IP-10, or suPAR in second trimester plasma samples from pregnant women with later PE, IUGR, and SPB when compared to normotensive healthy controls. Second trimester plasma samples of CRP, IP-10, and suPAR cannot be used as a prognostic marker for PE, IUGR, and SPB.