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Mohammed Kone tries a header in a losing effort against Omaha in August. FC Tucson beat Omaha in their next match.

FC Tucson got through to the semifinals of the USL League One playoffs with a win against a team they were well-matched with. Both FC Tucson and Richmond Kickers have had their ups and downs throughout the season. The team they face on Saturday in the semifinals, Union Omaha, mostly has had ups. Read more»

Tucson fullback Maxi Schenfeld attacked down the left side throughout the match.

The must-win final match for FC Tucson at Kino North Stadium on Saturday night ended in a 4-2 victory against the visiting Richmond Kickers. Read more»

FC Tucson goalkeeper Wallis Lapsley pushes a shot over the bar late in the match to maintain the 3-1 scoreline.

Rodriguez got a rare start on Saturday night against Tormenta FC and he made the most of it. He scored two goals in the team’s win; one that puts them in the driver’s seat on the road to the playoffs. Read more»

Tucson attacker Deri Corfe attempts to slip past a tackle from the Greenville defense.

It was, like every game in this half of the season, a must-win for FC Tucson on Saturday night at Kino North Stadium. The team earned the victory they needed with a triumph over the visitors from Greenville powered by a brace from second-year forward Shak Adams. Read more»

FC Tucson keeper Tobenna Uzo celebrates his goal just after the half.

Two goals from New England Revolution II were not enough to power the visiting side over FC Tucson at Kino North Stadium Saturday night. The home team out-scored the Revs 4 - 2. 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»

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»

FC Tucson captain Niall Logue (center) played all 90 minutes on the back line and played a crucial role in shutting down some of North Texas's most productive attackers.

A confident Tucson side traveled to Arlington on Saturday night with lessons still fresh and knowing that they could go toe-to-toe with North Texas. They almost pulled off a win that would have put them tantalizingly close to the top of the table. 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»

FC Tucson's Niall Logue (center) takes to the air to break up a Union Omaha attack. Logue recorded nine clearances on Saturday.

FC Tucson travelled to the plains on Saturday for a rematch with Union Omaha. The result was identical to their last meeting, a 2 – 1 loss for Los Tucsonenses. Read more»

Charlie Dennis (in white) earned an assist on the team's first goal and was a crucial part of FC Tucson's midfield.

FC Tucson has become known as a team that would score late and always score late. They did a lot to confound that expectation with four first-half goals against Orlando City B. Read more»

A late-match burst of offense couldn't save FC Tucson from their third loss of the season on Saturday. Read more»

Coach John Galas walks off the field with his players on Saturday night.

Luke Hauswirth was a regular starter for FC Tucson last year, but on Saturday night he scored against his old soccer club. Read more»

FC Tucson midfielder Raheem Somersall (in red) trains at Kino Sports Complex. Somersall, a St. Kitts and Nevis international, is returning for a second season at FC Tucson.

FC Tucson will open an abbreviated USL League One season with a match in Florida against Fort Lauderdale CF on Saturday at 4 pm. Read more»