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Despite winning against the Grand Canyon University Antelopes by a score of 2–1 on Friday night, FC Tucson head coach Rick Schantz was not happy with his team. Read more»

The Pima County Board of Supervisors voted 5 – 0 to convert fields at the Kino Sports Complex from baseball to soccer. Read more»

FC Tucson hopefuls try out at Rillito Race Track on Jan. 5.

FC Tucson will make its first public appearance of 2012 at this weekend's Ft. Lowell Shootout. Saturday's inter-squad scrimmage will be at Fort Lowell Park on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Read more» 1

FC Tucson battled hard against the New York Red Bulls in the MLS Desert Cup.

Local fans wonder: What teams will be making a stop in Tucson next February? Plus: Strother honored by PAC-12; Pima men finish off national tournament Read more» 7

MLS Cup 2011

Major League Soccer's teams are playing for a chance to face off on Nov. 20 at the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles for the MLS Cup. The MLS post season is shorter than in other American sports, and has a few quirks here and there. Read more» 2

The University of Arizona women's soccer team returns to Mulcahy Stadium on Friday, after finishing a road swing that ended in a tie and a loss. Plus, soccer notes. Read more»

Friday's match between FC Tucson and El Paso team Sunland FC will have at least one spectator from out of town: Major League Soccer's Nelson Rodriguez. The MLS official will be in town to discuss holding soccer pre-season matches here. Read more»

FC Tucson battled hard against the New York Red Bulls in the MLS Desert Cup.

The Tucson City Council gave its support Tuesday to a bid to bring Major League Soccer teams to Tucson for spring training. Read more»

Three of the players who played for FC Tucson against the New York Red Bulls on Friday have been called up to train with the Major League Soccer club. Read more»

The Red Bulls played a February friendly against the Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) Strikers.

Although Major League Soccer played its first season in 1996, many Tucson soccer fans, much less local sports fans in general, may be unfamiliar with the two pro teams that are visiting the Old Pueblo this weekend for the Desert Cup. Read more»

The Red Bulls scrimmaged against the Chicago Fire last month in Florida.

1996. That was the last time Tucson hosted a soccer match between two first-division teams. This weekend, the drought will be broken as two Major League Soccer teams, the New York Red Bulls and Sporting Kansas City, will be playing at Hi Corbett Field. Read more» 1