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Several chefs reached out to the Arizona Diamondbacks for the partnership, but Dbacks CEO Derrick Hall said Guy Fieri was who they were looking for from the beginning.

Arizona Diamondbacks fans have a new sports gambling site and eatery to attend as Caesars Sportsbook has launched the Caesars Sportsbook at Chase Field, which will also house first restaurant in Arizona for restaurateur and TV show host Guy Fieri. Read more»

Donny Toia after a Real Salt Lake match at Kino North Stadium

On Thursday, FC Tucson announced that they were signing former Real Salt Lake defender Donny Toia. The team hopes that adding the ex-MLS player is the change needed to pull the local soccer team off the bottom of the league table. Read more»

It was Saturday night, so it was another disappointing loss for FC Tucson. The match ended with visiting Union Omaha celebrating a 2-1 win despite playing the last half-hour of the match with only 10 players. “This may be one of the hardest losses of the year,” said coach Jon Pearlman after the match. 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'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 in a loss last week to North Carolina.

On Sunday, FC Tucson will play in Charlotte against the Independence. It is only the second away match for Los Tucsonenses in 2022. The team is looking for their first points since April 23rd. They are at the bottom of the USL League One Table. Read more»

Deri Corfe fights North Carolina's captain Jordan Skelton for the ball.

FC Tucson dropped another match at home on Saturday night, losing 2 - 1 to bottom-ranked North Carolina FC. Read more»

FC Tucson fans at last Saturday's match against Tormenta FC.

FC Tucson is hoping to right the ship on Saturday night in a match against North Carolina FC at Kino North Stadium. Read more»

Tormenta players were quicker to the ball than their Tucson counterparts for long stretches of the match.

Poor play in general, failure to solve Tormenta FC's defense and a second-half red card doomed FC Tucson's chances to build on last week's success. "They watched us implode," said coach Jon Pearlman after the match. Read more»

FC Tucson midfielder Burke Fahling

In a back-and-forth affair, FC Tucson dealt the finishing blow, defeating Chattanooga Red Wolves SC 3-2 at CHI Memorial Stadium on Saturday evening. Read more»

Tucson forward Yuki Shibata takes a shot in the second half.

FC Tucson ended their run in the U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday night at Kino North Stadium with a 2-1 loss to California United Strikers FC. Read more»

Louie Perez celebrates one of FC Tucson's goals against Las Vegas Lights in the second round of the US Open Cup.

Two Arizona teams are still alive in the 2022 U.S. Open Cup as the third round begins on Tuesday. For FC Tucson, it's a chance to work on form and tactics. Read more»

Japanese forward Yuki Shibata moves upfield. Shibata previously played for NISA sides Stumptown AC and Michigan Stars.

FC Tucson began Saturday night’s first home league match of the season hoping to get their first three points. They had to settle with sharing points with visitors Forward Madison FC. Read more»

Arizona's Madison Goerlinger in a tackle against Arizona Western in March.

The Arizona Wildcats will play Arizona Western for the second time in six weeks while FC Tucson faces Madison and Cal United. 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»

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