Montreal plays first leg of Canadian Championship final Wednesday at Stade Saputo MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact was defeated 1-0 by FC Cincinnati, Saturday night at Stade Saputo. Midfielder Allan Cruz scored the game’s lone goal in the first minute.
by: Charlie Hatch — MLS: FC Cincinnati 15 Sep
When the final whistle sounded, FC Cincinnati Head Coach Ron Jans turned toward his bench and hugged assistant coaches Yoann Damet and Jack Stern. Both used to coach for the Montreal Impact organization.Then, he went and congratulated his players on...
by: Pat Brennan — Cincinnati Enquirer 14 Sep
Maikel van der Werff returned to the starting lineup from injury.
by: Pat Brennan — Cincinnati Enquirer 13 Sep
It's hard to believe there are only five matches remaining in FC Cincinnati's historic inaugural Major League Soccer season, and just one road match after this weekend
by: Charlie Hatch — MLS: FC Cincinnati 13 Sep
Cincinnati native and FC Cincinnati center back Nick Hagglund will be inducted into the Xavier University Athletics Hall of Fame in January, the university announced Wednesday in a press release. The induction ceremony will be Jan. 10, 2020. After...
by: Charlie Hatch — MLS: FC Cincinnati 10 Sep
Think you can coach the Orange and Blue? You can now … in FIFA20. Beginning Sept. 24, when EA Sports releases the new game, people around the world can play with FC Cincinnati. The game offers multiple playing modes, which include single player,...
by: Michael Singh — SB Nation: Waking The Red 9 Sep
The Reds take care of business, but there’s more to be done
by: Simon BorgEditor-in-Chief — MLS: MLS Insider 8 Sep
There were no playoff verdicts handed down in Week 27, but there was plenty of playoff intrigue across the five-match slate: Portland Timbers 2, Sporting Kansas City 1 This one felt like a playoff match from beginning to end. After two Timber...
by: September 7, 201911:22PM EDT — MLS: FC Cincinnati 8 Sep
CINCINNATI – FC Cincinnati fell to Toronto FC, 5-1, at Nippert Stadium on Saturday night. Emmanuel Ledesma scored the Orange and Blue’s lone goal – a penalty – two minutes into stoppage time. FC Cincinnati (5-21-3, 18 pts.) conceded three first-half...
by: Pat Brennan — Cincinnati Enquirer 7 Sep
Welcome to The Enquirer's and Cincinnati.com live coverage of FC Cincinnati (5-20-3) versus Toronto FC on Saturday at Nipper Stadium (7:30 p.m.).