FC Juarez soccer fans received promising news Wednesday, as the Liga MX 2020 Apetura is getting ready to kick off on July 24 behind closed doors, along with new playoff implications, as league president Enrique Bonilla announced via a video press conference.
As social media accounts have joined the movement to "Black Out Tuesday" across social media sites, local sports organizations, coaches and players have voiced their support for justice amid the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.
Today, El Paso Locomotive FC signed Amber Berry, an 11-year-old warrior and patient of the Hospitals of Providence, to be the Locomotive Player for a Day. Berry has battled leukemia since Nov. 16, 2016, and has been through over 54 treatments following her diagnosis.
Through the month of May, Kiesewetter scored six goals in four games, which brings his total to nine goals in nine games. His valiant effort was enough to be named USL Championship’s Player of the Month.
Today members of MountainStar Sports Group unveiled their $3.25 million offseason renovations to the stadium, including redesigned hospitality areas, a retractable pitching mound, new locker rooms and a new spark to the stadium with the Locomotive FC fully integrated.