As if a shiny new stadium and a match against an MLS foe weren't enough Friday night, FC Tucson and Pima County handed soccer fans the future.
In soccer, there is a concept known as the “second ball.” When your teammate plays a long ball into the opponent’s defensive players and you aren’t able to win the first ball (meaning, the opponent will get to the ball before you will), you realize that you may be able to win the second ball…
Construction crews converted some baseball fields at the Kino Sports Complex into permanent and semi-permanent soccer fields last spring so that the FC Tucson soccer team could use the facilities and host Major League Soccer events.
FC Tucson and Pima County are planning a 2,000-seat stadium to be opened by 2014 at Kino Sports Complex North.
Supervisors will be asked today to spend $280,000 to make Tucson one of the top destinations for spring training for half of the Major League Soccer teams.
Quizá Gavino Carranza no participe en otro partido del FC Tucson, pero sigue siendo el futuro del club.
FC Tucson's final match had all the markings of a successful ending, including another record crowd that turned the enthusiasm up an extra notch.
In a couple of weeks, Gavino Carranza, top, will return to Salpointe Catholic HS, where he will share valuable experience.
Gavino Carranza might never play another match for FC Tucson, but he's still the future of the club.
There were three deluges on Tuesday night at Kino Sports Complex North Field No. 5 - two from Mother Nature and one from FC Tucson.
FC Tucson forward Saeed Robinson is overturned by L.A.'s Angel De Alba in the first half of Saturday's game.
FC Tucson might only be playing for third place, but the club's passion and energy level made it feel like the division title was on the line.
FC Tucson isn't playing for the whole tamale, but it does have a few morsels still on the plate.
FC Tucson coach Rick Schantz, in red cap, goes in for a tackle while he plays crab soccer with participants in the first FC Tucson youth soccer camp at Kino Sports Complex.
Eli Galbraith-Knapp, shooting during practice at Kino Sport Complex, was so drenched by sweat in one game that his coach called him a "wet towel."
FC Tucson midfielder Eli Galbraith-Knapp says his all-time favorite band is Rise Against.
With a chance to take a breather from a difficult league season, FC Tucson did just that and cruised to a victory Saturday night.