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No Brights Lights for FC Cincinnati

We’re in a bit of an awkward spot this week when it comes to FC Cincinnati. The team reportedly has its new coach: Ron Jans, a former Dutch player and coach whose potential hiring...

FC Cincinnati Goes Dutch

There are only two things I can't stand in this world: People who are intolerant of other people’s cultures, and the Dutch.” —Nigel Powers, Austin Powers in Goldmember While I harbor no random distaste for...

Be Happy, FC Cincinnati

In a season rife with disappointment, FC Cincinnati has managed to carve out two weeks of merriment. A 3-2 home win on July 6 vs. Houston led to a 2-1 road victory at Chicago...

FC Cincinnati’s Season Descends Further into Hell

Pick your meme and/or gif. A dumpster fire. The “this is fine” dog. McKayla Maroney’s “not impressed” face. Any of them would be an appropriate summation of FC Cincinnati’s debut season so far in...

Soccer Is Now the World’s Game Year-Round

Over the years, with the expansion of television coverage and the explosion of fantasy sports, the internet, and social media, the major pro sports leagues in America—in particular the NBA and NFL—have seen increased...

FC Cincinnati Fans Say, ‘Enter the Zlatan’

A sellout crowd is expected Saturday night to witness MLS’s highest-profile player.

Resetting FC Cincinnati’s Season at the Gold Cup Break

Nippert Stadium hosts the U.S. men’s national team and familiar USL rival Louisville City FC before the MLS schedule resumes on June 22.

How Does FC Cincinnati’s First MLS Season Compare to Other Clubs’ Records?

After losing to the New York Red Bulls last weekend, FCC sinks to second to last in MLS.

FC Cincinnati’s Bad Old Days

For better or worse, I’m ill-informed when it comes to popular television series. All day on Monday, I listened to coworkers chat about—check that, eviscerate—the series finale of Game of Thrones. I couldn’t relate;...

We’re Gonna Need FC Cincinnati to Go Ahead and Keep Winning

New coach, new approach, and the return of Greg Garza get FCC back into gear.