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Former FC Tucson player Charlie Dennis in action for the Oakland Roots in a match against FC Tulsa at Kino this week.

FC Tucson has a preseason match on Saturday against USL Western Conference semifinalist Oakland Roots. Coach Jon Pearlman said local soccer fans should look forward to a "a high-intensity training session." Read more»

Mohammed Kone tries a header in a losing effort against Omaha in August. FC Tucson beat Omaha in their next match.

FC Tucson got through to the semifinals of the USL League One playoffs with a win against a team they were well-matched with. Both FC Tucson and Richmond Kickers have had their ups and downs throughout the season. The team they face on Saturday in the semifinals, Union Omaha, mostly has had ups. Read more»

FC Tucson goalkeeper Wallis Lapsley pushes a shot over the bar late in the match to maintain the 3-1 scoreline.

Rodriguez got a rare start on Saturday night against Tormenta FC and he made the most of it. He scored two goals in the team’s win; one that puts them in the driver’s seat on the road to the playoffs. Read more»

Tucson defender Noah Franke crosses the ball early in the match against North Texas.

All streaks have to end some time, but there are better ways to have ended it than the disappointing performance FC Tucson turned in on Saturday night at Kino North Stadium. The visitors from North Texas SC shut down the locals, 2 - 0. Read more»

Tobenna Uzo races up field.

FC Tucson posted an impressive 3 - 0 win over Fort Lauderdale CF at Kino North Stadium. It is the fifth game without a loss for Los Tucsonenses — a feat that hasn’t happened for the local soccer side since 2018. Read more»

Tucson attacker Deri Corfe attempts to slip past a tackle from the Greenville defense.

It was, like every game in this half of the season, a must-win for FC Tucson on Saturday night at Kino North Stadium. The team earned the victory they needed with a triumph over the visitors from Greenville powered by a brace from second-year forward Shak Adams. Read more»

FC Tucson keeper Tobenna Uzo celebrates his goal just after the half.

Two goals from New England Revolution II were not enough to power the visiting side over FC Tucson at Kino North Stadium Saturday night. The home team out-scored the Revs 4 - 2. Read more»

Tucson forward Deri Corfe opens the scoring in the first half against Fort Lauderdale.

FC Tucson men’s side took the field on Saturday night at Kino North Stadium with a new interim coach and came away with a 2 - 1 victory over Fort Lauderdale CF. Read more»

Tucson goalkeeper Wallis Lapsley tries to stop a ball from going out for a Chattanooga corner late in the first half.

“It was a crazy game,” said FC Tucson goalkeeper Wallis Lapsley of the match which featured 31 fouls and 10 yellow cards. A second-half comeback excited local soccer fans, but a goal in the dying minutes handed the victory to the visitors. Read more»

FC Tucson facing Chattanooga Red Wolves in a 4-0 win in 2019.

FC Tucson is scheduled to face off with Chattanooga Red Wolves SC on Saturday night at Kino North Stadium. The two soccer teams should be an even match, but injuries and suspensions mean adjustments for the home side. Read more»

Pima College midfielder and Sunnyside High School alum Manuel Quiroz scored the first goal against Patrick Henry College on Monday and earned an assist in the eventual 3-0 win.

After defeating Patrick Henry College 3-0 on Monday, the Aztecs reached the semifinals of the NJCAA Division II national tournament. Plus, FC Tucson men are dealing with suspensions. Read more»

FC Tucson captain Niall Logue (center) played all 90 minutes on the back line and played a crucial role in shutting down some of North Texas's most productive attackers.

A confident Tucson side traveled to Arlington on Saturday night with lessons still fresh and knowing that they could go toe-to-toe with North Texas. They almost pulled off a win that would have put them tantalizingly close to the top of the table. Read more»

Charlie Dennis (in white) earned an assist on the team's first goal and was a crucial part of FC Tucson's midfield.

FC Tucson has become known as a team that would score late and always score late. They did a lot to confound that expectation with four first-half goals against Orlando City B. Read more»

FC Tucson coach John Galas on the sideline in last Saturday's match against Fort Lauderdale CF.

FC Tucson travels to Chattanooga to play against the Red Wolves, a team that they got the best of last season. Read more»

FC Tucson defender Roberto Alarcón. The Mallorca-born right back played a full 90 minutes.

It took until the dying moments of the game for FC Tucson to make the most of a two-man advantage over Fort Lauderdale CF in Saturday night’s match in Florida. In the end, goals by Azaad Liadi and substitute A. J. Valenzuela sealed up the victory for Los Tucsonenses. Read more»