While the Cincinnati Reds may be the oldest team in Major League Baseball, the Queen City wasn’t as quick to be at the forefront...
Well, here we are. FC Cincinnati’s Major League Soccer debut is just days away. The Orange and Blue’s first MLS game late Saturday night...
Among the victims of FC Cincinnati construction in the West End is a distinctive yet decrepit theater most recently occupied as a worship center by Lighthouse Ministries. Known for decades as the State Theater, this old auditorium is among the few reminders of the West End’s long history as the heart of Cincinnati’s Jewish community.
The countdown to MLS has officially begun.
Kenny Walker’s clutch penalty kick winner calms everyone’s nerves at wind-swept Nippert Stadium.
FC Cincinnati’s breakout goal-scorer has become the talk of the league, and even Spain.
FC Cincinnati’s top three roster executives are already pointing the team to next year’s major league debut.
Neither the Reds or Bengals have won a home playoff game since 1995.
if recent MLS season-openers hold true, FCC will commence its initial MLS campaign in early March.
The uncomfortable sprint to the finish was worth it. Major League Soccer has granted FC Cincinnati admission into North America’s top tier of professional soccer next season, meaning the franchise will not have to jockey with Nashville and Miami (each slated to join MLS in 2020) for players in an expansion draft or for the No. 1 overall selection in the next MLS SuperDraft.