FCC’s second Major League Soccer season kicks off Sunday, with a better team on paper and higher expectations.
FC Cincinnati upgrades its roster by signing Japanese winger/striker Yuya Kubo and Dutch striker/winger Jürgen Locadia.
As its disappointing debut season in Major League Soccer concludes, the team’s Dutch braintrust prepares for an eventful offseason.
The Chicago Fire break their lease to move to an NFL stadium next season, even after finishing dead last in MLS attendance.
A surprise win in Montreal gives FCC some much-needed hope before two home matches against playoff contenders.
You can't blame FCC's poor record entirely on its roster composition, but rounding out its first MLS squad with so many minor league players was unwise.
Of FCC's debut season missteps and misadventures, one of 2019’s unluckier developments was the long-term injury absence of their All-Star left back.
An awful first half against Columbus disappointed another huge Nippert Stadium crowd, and the natives are getting restless.
FCC has eight games to go in its maiden voyage in Major League Soccer, with last place a foregone conclusion. But plenty remains to accomplish.
Three new players debut in Ron Jans’ first game as head coach, bringing energy and thrills to an already heated rivalry with Columbus.