Soccer

FC Juarez Fighting For First Place This Weekend
The Bravos de FC Juarez and their fan base are looking forward to tomorrow night's match probably more than any game that this franchise has played in its young history. The team from the Borderland will play host to Correcaminos (the Roadrunners) on Saturday night at Benito Juarez Olympic Stad…
FC Juarez in Second Place After Back-To-Back Victories
On Saturday night, Bravos de FC Juarez played its best game in its extremely young history en route to their second victory in a row. While the 2-1 final score might not be an indicator (and in soccer it rarely is) of how the local side took Murcielagos de Sinaloa from pillar to post for 90 minutes,…
FC Juarez Looking for Back-to-Back Home Wins
The Bravos de FC Juarez returned to the victory column after defeating the Venados de Yucatan by a score of 2-1 this past Saturday at Benito Juarez Olympic Stadium. The victory for the team from the Borderland gives them a total of seven points after five games in the 2015 Apertura season...
Mexican Soccer Federation Fires Head Coach Miguel Herrera
The Mexican Soccer Federation just announced moments ago that Miguel Herrera has been relieved of his duties of the head coach for the Mexican Soccer Team effective immediately. This just a little more than 24 hours after Herrera allegedly attacked and hit TV Azteca play-by-play commentator Christia…
FC Juarez Wins First-Ever Match 1-0
Three years and seven months after professional soccer ceased to exist in the Borderland, the passion and party has returned -- and it was one heck of a welcome back party. There were 16,200 people on-hand to witness FC Juarez win its first-ever official match on Saturday night at Benito Juarez Olym…

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