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FC Tucson’s starting lineup against Fresno FC

FC Tucson’s women’s side is one step closer to the Women’s Premiere Soccer League championship after an emphatic 3 - 0 win over Fresno FC. The men’s side won a place in the playoffs after a loss by Ventura County. Read more»

Center back Samantha Falasco is part of a strong defense for FC Tucson

FC Tucson’s women’s side has been competing since 2013; they ended their just-completed regular season in a bit of an unfamiliar place: first in their division. Read more»

Kelcey Cavarra (5) and Meghan Cavannagh (23)  make an attack on the San Diego SeaLion's goal in a game last Saturday.

FC Tucson's women's side end their home stand against their fierce rivals from up north. Plus, the men's side will have two matches against Colorado Pride. Read more»

FC Tucson opened their season with a match against LA Galaxy San Diego at Kino North Stadium on Tuesday night. The local side’s second-half pressure wasn’t enough to overcome a two-goal deficit and the team posted a loss, 2 - 1. Read more»

Sometimes a tie can feel like a win. After a dismal first half against LA Galaxy-San Diego on Saturday night, FC Tucson’s Jessica Hix scored two dramatic goals to save the team from a loss. Read more»

Pre-game photo from Friday night's match against the San Diego SeaLions. Paige Crouch, bottom row center, scored the lone goal for FC Tucson.

An early goal from Paige Crouch seemed like enough for FC Tucson to beat San Diego SeaLions at Kino Stadium on Friday, but the home side succumbed to a near constant barrage by the visitors in the final minutes of the match. Las Tucsonenses ended their first home match down, 2 - 1. Read more»

FC Tucson head coach Amy Garelick (left) and assistant Kelly Pierce (right) have a talk with trialists at Kino Sports Complex on Saturday morning.

FC Tucson’s women’s side is gearing up for another season in the Women’s Premier Soccer League. On Saturday, 35 registered hopefuls, plus another dozen walk-ups, tried out for the team at Kino Sports Complex. Read more»

FC Tucson shortly before their match against Phoenix Del Sol at the Reach 11 soccer complex

FC Tucson matches with Phoenix Del Sol are usually hard fought, sometimes literally. An on-field tussle in 2014 when the Old Pueblo squad was still known as TSA FC resulted in two red cards. Saturday’s match was no less intense as FC Tucson needed a win to survive into the post season. Read more»

FC Tucson's Chelsea Jackson (13) with a header saved by FC Pacific's Jennifer Stuart.

FC Tucson women's soccer squad opened their homestand with a 1 - 1 draw against FC Pacific on Friday night at Kino Stadium Read more»

FC Tucson's Mackenzie German moves the ball up field in a match last June against Phoenix Del Sol

FC Tucson’s women’s soccer squad will open their 2016 season with two Southern California road trips. The Women's Premier Soccer League schedulers decided not to make things easy on them. Read more»

FC Tucson forward Mallory slides in on Xolas defender Ana Luz Lara.

Whatever hex stopped the FC Tucson Women from scoring on Friday night, it was lifted at Kino North Stadium on Saturday night as the locals demolished Tijuana Xolos USA Women 5-0. Read more»

FC Tucson forward Mack German and her opposite number, Victoria Gershi, clash for a high ball.

Despite owning the ball for much of the match, a familiar problem afflicted the FC Tucson Women on Friday night as they played San Diego SeaLions at Kino Stadium: what smart soccer observers call finishing. The match ended in a scoreless draw. Read more»

Forward Kaitlyn Lopez opened the scoring for FC Tucson on Saturday night.

Forward Kaitlyn Lopez has had trouble hitting the back of the net, but she says Saturday's goal will open the floodgates. For the men, David Clemens was involved in all three goals as FC Tucson ended their road trip with a 3-1 win over BYU Cougars. Read more»

Priscilla Pimienta (12) celebrates with teammates Karina Camacho (3) and Sam Monahan (24) after scoring FC Tucson's second goal.

The heat left both teams at Kino sluggish, but FC Tucson Women came out on top 3-0 against Pateadores on Friday night. The men came back to draw after a coach and player were ejected. Read more»

FC Tucson clears the ball in midfield in their first home match, a win against Phoenix del Sol.

FC Tucson Women looks to better their 3-0-2 record this weekend with two home matches. Friday night they will take on Pateadores, currently with one win in five matches, and Saturday will be against Legends FC, who hover just behind FC Tucson in fourth place. Read more»

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