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FC Tucson’s unbeaten streak ended after a contest with Arizona Arsenal on Friday night. The team from Mesa left town with a 1 - 0 win at Kino North Stadium. Read more»

FC Tucson traveled to Bell Bank Park in the sprawling East Valley on Friday to brave wind, dust and artificial turf to grind out a 2 - 2 draw with Arizona Arsenal. Read more»

FC Tucson defender Laura Pimienta

FC Tucson’s women’s team hopes to extend their unbeaten streak on Saturday while the men's soccer side is having more of a struggle. Read more»

FC Tucson coach Kelly Pierce (right) and assistant Bri Barriero at Friday's match against SC Del Sol

FC Tucson’s Women’s side are going into their last two games of the season this week with an enviable distinction: they have been undefeated so far this season. Read more»

FC Tucson's travelling squad before the match against Atomic City FC in Las Vegas on Sunday

FC Tucson’s women’s side delivered a 5 - 1 drubbing to Atomic City FC in Las Vegas on Sunday and are looking forward to a trip to GIlbert for a rematch against FC Arizona. Read more»

Tucson forward Erin Craig scores the opening goal against FC Arizona.

FC Tucson vanquished FC Arizona 2 - 0 in a contest at Kino North on Wednesday night. It was FC Tucson’s third win against the Gilbert-based team since it joined the league in 2019. Read more»

FC Tucson's Jaden Bailey goes in for a slide tackle.

Mexican national team forward Luz Duarte scored two goals to give FC Tucson's women's side a win in their first match since 2019. The home team defeated the El Paso Surf, 2 - 1. Read more»

FC Tucson celebrates closing their season with a win over SC Del Sol in July of 2019. It turned out to be the last time they would play for over a year due to the cancellation of the 2020 season.

FC Tucson will be fielding a women’s team this year after their league suspended play in 2020 due to COVID-19. Read more»

Arizona freshman Madison Goerlinger

Arizona opened Tempe tourney with 6 - 0 win over the Wildcats of Weber State; plus Pima men win, women lose; 5 FC Tucson players earn WPSL plaudits. Read more»

Tucson midfielder Paloma Teran takes a shot in the first half.

Sure there are two players from that little conurbation up north playing in the World Cup, but the real women’s soccer bragging rights for Arizona were earned on Tuesday night at Kino North Stadium. Read more»

Tucson striker Abbie Boswell takes a shot from outside the penalty area.

FC Tucson’s women’s side made their season debut with a 2-1 win over Albuquerque Sol FC at Kino Stadium on Saturday night. Abbie Boswell and Laura Pimienta scored for the home squad. Read more»

A couple of platoons of local women soccer players displayed their skills at Kino Sports Complex on Saturday. They were trying out for FC Tucson’s women’s side. Read more»

Samantha Falasco celebrates as her shot makes it past ASU's keeper

The University of Arizona women's soccer team defeated Tempe Normal on Friday by a score of 1-0. Freshman Samantha Falasco scored the lone goal for Arizona off a corner kick from Cali Crisler— the first goal of her career. Read more»

Arizona's Cali Crisler (3) tries to interrupt a Stanford advance.

Despite Stanford being ranked No. 3 in the country, the Arizona women’s soccer team had reasons to think they could get a result at home on Thursday night. It didn't end up that way. Read more»

Arizona lines up last month at Mulcahy Stadium.

Arizona faces off with Stanford on Thursday, a soccer team that, despite their success, has had trouble getting past the Cats. Read more»

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