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At the end of Wednesday’s match at Kino North Stadium, FC Tucson was on the wrong end of a 1-0 scoreline. It should have been a great night, but the local soccer squad left goals on the table. 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 midfielder Daniel Bedoya takes a free kick in the second half of FC Tucson's U.S. Open Cup match against the Las Vegas Lights.

FC Tucson had a "cupset" at Kino North Stadium on Wednesday night with a scrappy win over Las Vegas Lights 3 - 2 in a second round U.S. Open Cup match. Read more»

FC Tucson midfielder Daniel Bedoya

There was no way to gloss over Saturday’s loss that FC Tucson had at Richmond. Returning keeper Carlos Merancio had to pick the ball out of the back of his net four times and the team finished the game with only 10 players on the field. Read more»

Tackles were flying throughout the match.

Former FC Tucson player Charlie Dennis scored for Oakland in one of only a few chances the team had against FC Tucson on Satuday. Read more»

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»

FC Tucson's Wallis Lapsley stretches to tip a shot over the cross bar.

FC Tucson ended the evening at Kino North Stadium with only 10 players on the field and their second loss since early August. Two goals off of set pieces gave North Carolina their first win in over a month. 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 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»

Tucson forward Shak Adams skips past the tackle of Toronto midfielder Themi Antonoglou.

Even though Saturday night’s FC Tucson match was at their home ground at Kino North Stadium, there were times when the soccer team looked like a cautious away side playing for a draw. It worked: FC Tucson tied Toronto FC II, 1 - 1. Read more»