A fan march and Bailey chants finally returned last Sunday, but so did FCC’s propensity to crumble in crucial moments.
An amazingly fast and furious five-year journey to U.S. soccer prominence culminates with Sunday’s grand opening and a national TV audience.
Another blowout loss, started by a mistake goal given up 30 seconds into the Orlando match, leaves FCC fans speechless. A week off will do the team some good.
FCC needs to show some sort of positive progress this weekend after being demolished 5-0 by NYCFC. Is it too early to be talking about “must win” games?
After a shockingly good first 12 minutes in Nashville, FCC needed its heroic goalkeeper to single-handedly save the match. And he did.
Our season preview shines a light on FCC's better goal-scoring players, an iffy defense, roster comings and goings, and a playoff prediction.
After two years of last place finishes, FCC wants to turn the tide in its new field of dreams, the West End Stadium.
Small improvements were obvious in FC Cincinnati's chaotic shortened season. The new stadium debut will dial up expectations for a breakthrough year in 2021.
Nippert stadium deserved to go out with a massive soccer celebration, but reality bites for FC Cincinnati whose going-away party was spoiled by Kansas City.
A surprise victory over Columbus was followed by a dud against the league’s worst team, making FCC’s final four matches “must win” games.