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Hi Corbett Field at Reid Park

Reid Park's ballfields have been an "equalizer" between poor kids from the wrong side of the tracks and those from rich families for at least 65 years. They shouldn't be ripped out for a "Hammock Grove." — Tucson teacher Andy Morales Read more»

Josiah Romero in action for Bay Cities FC in a match against Albion San Diego.

FC Tucson has had some good news over the last few days, including keeping an ember of playoff hope alive. Plus: Wildcats face Pepperdine; U.S. Open Cup final features underdog Read more»

Arizona Wildcats soccer team before a match against San Diego State last week

The University of Arizona women’s soccer team will be traveling to Lincoln for a match against the University of Nebraska; Mayor Regina Romero honored FC Tucson Women with a short ceremony before the Council meeting Tuesday night. Read more»

FC Tucson’s women’s team ended their season at Phoenix’s Reach 11 soccer facility with a draw against long-time rivals SC Del Sol. Read more»

FC Tucson’s unbeaten streak ended after a contest with Arizona Arsenal on Friday night. The team from Mesa left town with a 1 - 0 win at Kino North Stadium. Read more»

Coach Kelly Pierce

When the team opens their match with Arizona Arsenal on Friday night, FC Tucson will do so as the second-place team in the Desert Conference. Not being in first is an unusual spot for them. Read more»

FC Tucson rode into the end of the match with a nice 2-0 lead against SC Del Sol on the strength of goals from Ashly Martinez and Kate Connelly. Then, in the absolute last moments of the match, things fell apart. Read more»

FC Tucson traveled to Bell Bank Park in the sprawling East Valley on Friday to brave wind, dust and artificial turf to grind out a 2 - 2 draw with Arizona Arsenal. Read more»

FC Tucson defender Laura Pimienta

FC Tucson’s women’s team hopes to extend their unbeaten streak on Saturday while the men's soccer side is having more of a struggle. Read more»

FC Tucson forward Ashly Martinez

FC Tucson’s women’s side posted another win on Friday night, maintaining a record of no losses since 2019. Naija Bruckner’s first half goal gave the home team the win over the El Paso Surf on Friday night at Kino North Stadium. Read more»

FC Tucson's Hope Hisey warms up before the match. The Wildcat goalkeeper spends her summer seasons with FC Tucson. She earned a clean sheet against El Paso.

Both of FC Tucson’s teams were in action this weekend, and both managed narrow wins. Read more»

FC Tucson celebrates after a win last year against FC Arizona.

FC Tucson’s women’s side played an undefeated season in 2021. It’s a bit more than that: they haven’t lost a match since June of 2019. Read more»

Phoenix Storm player and team secretary Marcus Tan calls the team his chosen family. 'For a lot of people – me included – the Phoenix Storm was like their first involvement with the gay community.'

2022 has seen a wave of legislation that the LGBTQ+ community believes is harmful - including Arizona's “Save Women’s Sports” bill - but despite the adversity, the LGBTQ+ community continues to rally around sports. Read more»

Fans of Inter Miami and Miami FC doing the drawing for the U.S. Open Cup on Friday morning

Friday morning, U.S. Soccer made its draws for the next round of the U.S. Open Cup. FC Tucson will host California United Strikers FC for a third-round match to take place between April 19 and 21. Read more»

Dirt track competition at Canyon Speedway isn’t just about drivers enhancing their skills. it’s about creating a family-friendly atmosphere, its owners say.

The rich history of Arizona dirt track racing is at the risk of making a dangerously long pit stop as tracks that were once popular family gatherings as well as stepping stones to NASCAR success are struggling to survive. Read more»

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