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The match between FC Tucson and Greenville Triumph almost didn't happen because of weather. The game, like so many home matches this season, ended in a narrow loss for FC Tucson. 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 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»