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Despite controversies in Qatar, soccer fans in Arizona still were drawn to the World Cup. At Crown Public House in downtown Phoenix, fans celebrate a U.S. goal.

Though this year’s World Cup has developed into one of the more dysfunctional and corrupt tournaments, and many Arizona supporters feel a level of guilt in supporting the World Cup, fans seemed not to care what country the stadium was in once Monday's match kicked off. Read more»

Some things were not meant to last forever. Arizona soccer’s winning streak over ASU, one that lasted since 2016, fell in a heartbreaking loss in Tempe. Read more»

Arizona's Iliana Hocking deftly takes the ball from ASU's Nicole Douglas with a slide tackle in a match in March 2021

Arizona is looking to extend their Territorial Cup soccer streak to eight with a match in Tempe on Friday night Read more»

The University of Arizona soccer team earned a strong win against the University of Oregon in a match on Sunday afternoon. Three different Wildcats scored in the last home match of the season. Read more»

The Arizona Wildcats beat the Oregon State Beavers in a soccer match at Mulcahy Stadium on Thursday night. The Wildcats managed three goals in their highest scoring match this year. Read more»

Sophomores Angelina Amparano (Salpointe Catholic HS), Bri Gerhart (Tanque Verde HS), Delaney Buntin (Cienega HS), Caitlyn Maher (Catalina Foothills HSA) and Alexus Mendez (Tucson Magnet HS) were named to the All-ACCAC and All-Region teams. The No. 2-seeded Aztecs will play at No. 1 Phoenix College on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. in the NJCAA Region I, Division II Finals.

The Pima Community College women’s soccer team was well-represented as the ACCAC conference released its All-ACCAC Conference and All-Region Teams. Read more»

Sophomores Nicholas Bianchi (Pinnacle HS) and- Ernesto Osornio (Ironwood HS) earned first team All-ACCAC and All-Region I, Division II recogntion while sophomores Brian Vu (Rincon HS) and Nicolai Moholt were selected second team All-ACCAC and first team All-Region I, Division II. The Aztecs play at Phoenix College on Saturday at 4p.m. in the NJCAA Region I, Division II Finals.

The Pima Community College men’s soccer team received recognition from the ACCAC conference for its play during the regular season as four players were chosen for the All-ACCAC Conference and All-Region I, Division II teams. Read more»

Teammates celebrate with sophomore Delaney Buntin (#15) and Meredith Scott (#21) after the Aztecs took the lead in the 48th minute. The No. 2 seeded Aztecs rallied with two unanswered goals to beat No. 3 seeded Scottsdale Community College 2-1. Scott scored both goals. Pima will play at No. 1 Phoenix College on Saturday in the NJCAA Region I, Division II Finals.

The Pima Community College women’s soccer team (13-2) is advancing to its third straight NJCAA Region I, Division II Final after rallying to beat Scottsdale Community College (12-5) on Wednesday at the West Campus Aztec Field. Read more»

Sophomore Daniel Rendon (Tucson Magnet HS) celebrates with his teammates after scoring the eventual go-ahead goal in the 78th minute. The No. 3 seeded Aztecs defeated No. 2 Mesa Community College 3-1 to advance to the NJCAA Region I, Division II Finals on Saturday at No. 1 Phoenix College. Game time is TBA.

The Pima Community College men’s soccer team (10-2-2) was in a battle at Mesa Community College (12-4-1) on Tuesday in the NJCAA Region I, Division II Semifinals. Read more»

Sophomore Nicholas Bianchi (Pinnacle HS) scored a goal and had an assist but the No. 4 ranked Aztecs (Division II) fell 3-2 in overtime at No. 11 ranked Arizona Western College (Division I) to close out the regular season. The Aztecs await their final seeding for next week's NJCAA Region I, Division II Tournament. They finish the regular season at 9-2-2 overall and 6-2-2 in ACCAC conference play.

The Pima Community College men’s soccer team (9-2-2, 6-2-2 in ACCAC) closed out the regular season on Tuesday at Arizona Western College (13-2, 9-1). Read more»

Sophomore angelina Amparano (Salpointe Catholic HS) earned her second straight nod as ACCAC Division II Goalkeeper of the Week. She had 13 saves in 163 minutes played as Pima beat Paradise Valley Community College and Cochise College.

Pima Community College women’s soccer player Angelina Amparano (Salpointe Catholic HS) had another standout week for the Aztecs as the ACCAC conference recognized her for the second straight week. Read more»

A Sept. 20 match was delayed by nearly three hours because of lightning, but FC Tucson pulled out a win.

A local ownership group, led by current head coach Jon Pearlman, is buying FC Tucson, the team said. The soccer side will drop back a level, returning to their roots as an amateur squad, but has the option to move back up to be a League One pro team again. Read more»

Two-time Olympian and World Cup champion Briana Scurry, who attracted a large audience for a Title IX event at Arizona State, helped start the fight for equality in women’s soccer. Despite her accomplishments, she said, “Part of my journey was impeded by the color of my skin.”

Although the Title IX and Global Football event celebrated just how much women’s sports have changed, it also highlighted the need for even more improvement - and with the National Women’s Soccer League recent reports of abuse, the fight for change continues in women’s soccer. Read more»

There wasn’t much for either FC Tucson or Forward Madison to play for on Saturday night at Kino Stadium, but both wanted to end the season on somewhat of a high note. In the end, neither team got the win. Read more»

Sophomore Caitlyn Maher (Catalina Foothills HS) scored two goals while freshman Kyleigh Oliver (Salpointe Catholic HS) had a goal and an assist as No. 3 ranked Aztecs women's soccer cruised passed Cochise College 4-0 in their 11th shutout win of the season. The Aztecs are now 12-1 overall and 9-1 in ACCAC conference play.

The Pima Community College women’s soccer (12-1, 9-1 in ACCAC) continued its stellar play on Saturday as it picked up another quality win at Cochise College (10-5, 7-3). Read more»

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