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You can call it a “soft opener” for the Premier Development League season. The Tucson soccer team wanted to start with a win and they got that with a 4 – 2 defeat of the Arizona Sahuaros in front of 513 fans at Kino North Stadium. Read more»

FC Tucson's Edgar Reyna stands with team staff during a practice at Kino Field #5 on Tuesday night.

FC Tucson will kick off their season on Saturday night with a friendly match against Arizona Sahuaros. Coach Rick Schantz has been running short-sided practice sessions for two weeks trying to restore last years's midfield magic. Read more»

FC Tucson announced a slew of signings in anticipation of their match this weekend. Names familiar to fans of the local soccer squad will include David Clemens, Odaine Sinclair, Edgar Reyna and Dom Papa. Read more»

“It's like, 'insert minor league team here' could play against the New York Yankees in a March Madness-style single elimination tournament,” said broadcaster Josh Hakala of the U.S. Open Cup, a tournament that FC Tucson has qualified for again this year. “Literally, you and I can get a team together. If we win enough qualifying games, we could play the Galaxy.” Read more»

FC Tucson's Odaine Sinclair with his perfect bicycle kick scored against BYU in May

Here's one of those year-in-review articles, but this one's more interesting because it's about the Beautiful Game. Donny Toia made the big time, again. Odaine Sinclair's near-impossible goal for FC Tucson got world-wide attention. Tony Amato turned around the Wildcats, while both PCC teams were conference champs. Read more»

Kitsap Pumas midfielder Trevor Jensen fouls Tucson defender Peter Kelly from behind, drawing a yellow card in the first half.

FC Tucson’s run in the PDL playoffs ended with a loud thud against a physical and confident Kitsap Pumas squad Saturday night. By the time the match was over, Tucson was down three goals and three players. It was only the team’s third defeat in league play, and their first since June 21. Read more»

FC Tucson's Connor Brandt put the ball in the back of the net late on, but it was called off for offsides.

The goal for FC Tucson on Saturday night was simple: win the match against a defensive-minded Real Colorado Foxes team and hope that they come out of it with all their players intact when they start the playoffs next week. Read more»

It wasn’t the strongest performance from FC Tucson, but it got the job done as the local men defeated the Las Vegas Mobsters 2–0 at Kino North Stadium on Saturday night. Read more»

Any worries that FC Tucson might not have learned anything from their listless performance against Albuquerque Sol FC on Friday night were answered with a three-goal victory Saturday night. Read more»

Tucson striker Vance Rookwood stretches to get his foot on the ball as SoCal midfielder Mike Hodgen attempts to snuff out the attack.

Juan Sebastian de Rada set up two first half goals for FC Tucson on Saturday night at Kino North Stadium against the Southern California Seahorses. They were the beginning of a 4–0 rout of the visiting squad. Read more»

FC Tucson's Eli-Galbraith Knapp (in red) challenges Southern California Seahorses' Joshua Ayers (in blue) in a match between the two teams, July 11, 2013.

FC Tucson’s opponent at Kino Stadium on Saturday night will be the Southern California Seahorses. One can say that the Seahorses are a team with a mission, literally. Plus, Arizona United earns a date to play LA Galaxy in the U.S. Open Cup. And, Sinclair's bicycle kick goal goes viral. Read more» 1

Tucson target man Odaine Sinclair shows the crowd how to execute a perfect bicycle kick.

Odaine Sinclair had a pair of goals in FC Tucson’s win over BYU Cougars at Kino Stadium on Thursday night. His second helped seal the victory for los Tucsonenses, but no one is talking about that goal. Read more»

Ricardo Velazco (9) and Clark Phillips are embraced by the Cactus Pricks after the 59th minute goal.

FC Tucson's strong start Saturday was enough for the club to notch its first win of the season, 2-1, over Las Vegas. “The first 20 minutes, I thought we were dynamite,” said coach Rick Schantz. Read more»

FC Tucson's Ricardo Velazco

FC Tucson had a preseason tune-up match against a tough New Mexico squad Saturday. The local soccer squad found out they still have some work to do on offense as they played to a 0-0 draw. Read more»