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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»

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»

FC Tucson forward Gio Calixtro

A rough-and-tumble match at Kino North Stadium on Saturday night kicked off FC Tucson’s home season. When the fracas was over, each team secured a point on the table with FC Tucson and Forward Madison FC tied 1 - 1. Read more»

FC Tucson's Niall Logue led a defense that allowed no goals and only a one shot on target for OCB. He made a few forrays upfield as well.

FC Tucson ended its shortened 2020 season on Saturday night with a win against Orlando City B. Josh Coan came off the bench to score both of Tucson’s goals in the 2 – 0 victory. Read more»

FC Tucson celebrates after Josh Coan scores a goal near the end of the first half.

As Saturday night’s match at Kino North Stadium crawled into stoppage time, it looked as though FC Tucson was about to beat league-leading Greenville Triumph and maybe even earn a spot in the final. It didn't work out that way. Read more»

FC Tucson's Charlie Dennis, who played for Tormenta FC last year, holds off midfielder Jad Arslan.

FC Tucson ended its final road trip of the season with a 1 – 0 win over Tormenta FC in Statesboro, Ga., on Wednesday night. Read more»

Devyn Jambga fights off a Tormenta defender in a game at Kino North Stadium in April of 2019. Jambga is now paying for Tormenta.

FC Tucson’s draw against Forward Madison on Saturday left still means a spot in the final is possible. Possible, but not too likely. Read more»

Madison defender Christian Díaz near the crease for either field hockey or lacrosse at Hart Park. Díaz had a rather quiet night for his team despite keeping FC Tucson to a measly four shots on goal.

Both teams needed three points from Saturday night’s match between FC Tucson and Forward Madison. Neither team came away with a win or even a goal. Read more»

Madison FC forward Wojciech Wojcik battles with FC Tucson center back Niall Logue near the midfield line.

After FC Tucson’s win over visiting Forward Madison at Kino North Stadium on Wednesday night, coach John Galas had a simple explanation. "We scored two goals; they scored one,” he said. Read more»

A plastic flamiingo at Forward Madison's home stadium was covered in snow last January. Madison fans call this weather phenomenon 'The Full Mingo.'

Wednesday night’s match at Kino North Stadium will feature two teams that are desperate for a win, although one is a wee bit less desperate. Read more»

FC Tucson's Elivelton celebrates with teammate Samuel Biek after scoring an early goal.

Despite FC Tucson recording 17 shots, only one found home on Wednesday night. That’s all that was needed as the team downed New England Revolution II at Kino North Stadium. Read more»

North Texas forward Collin Smith is surrounded by FC Tucson players late in the match.

FC Tucson proved once again that home field advantage can be rather meager when no fans are in the stands. They dropped another match at Kino North Stadium on Saturday night, this time to North Texas SC. The final score was 2 – 0. Read more»

Richmond attacker Mutaya Mwape takes a free kick in the second half against FC Tucson.

FC Tucson's match with Richmond on Friday night ended with both teams having scored two goals, and players from both sides leaving the field grousing about the officiating. Read more»

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