Late Thursday evening, hundreds of minor league baseball players were cut with hundreds more expected to lose their role as Major League Baseball prepares for the almost certainty that the minor league season will be canceled.
After months of waiting and billboard conspiracies flying all over Twitter, the El Paso USL revealed its team name as the Locomotive FC.
MountainStar Sports Group, the owners of the El Paso USL organization, made the announcement Thursday afternoon at the Epic Railyard Event Center, to fit the occasion.
This afternoon, El Paso USL executives presented Mark Lowry as the team's inaugural head coach for the 2019 season.
Some fans thought today's announcement would be for the team name, but per MountainStar Sports Group President Alan Ledford, the name will be released soon...
El Paso USL announced its finalists for a team name yesterday and fans will be able to vote for their favorite name now up until July 17 on www.elpasousl.com/nametheteam.
The finalist names include:
Let’s dive into each name and their historical significance with the Sun City:
MountainStar Sports Group (MSSG) announced today at a press conference that soccer veteran forward and hometown talent Omar Salgado signed as the first player of the El Paso USL franchise.
He returns to the Sun City with a storied background, including time played in both the United States U20 and U23 National Teams, and in both Major League Soccer and Liga MX. Sal...
Last week, we learned that a professional indoor soccer franchise would be coming to El Paso later this year. The Coyotes have attracted a lot of local interest since their press conference at the Coliseum, and now we are learning that there could be another professional soccer team coming to El Paso...
As expected, MountainStar Sports Group officially announced their intentions to pursue an Major League Soccer franchise for El Paso. Alan Ledford, President of MSSG told a group of El Paso and Juarez media members that today marks the first step in a grassroots campaign to secure MLS...
After 15,171 fans attended Sunday night's friendly soccer match between Chivas and Cruzeiro, many people are asking the same question. What's next? The exhibition had been marketed as El Paso's chance to impress Major League Soccer and show them that we deserve an expansion team...