FC Tucson gets split in Ogden - Tucson News Now

FC Tucson gets split in Ogden

FC Tucson continues their new rivalry with Ogden City at home this weekend (Photo courtesy: FC Tucson). FC Tucson continues their new rivalry with Ogden City at home this weekend (Photo courtesy: FC Tucson).
OGDEN, UT -

FC Tucson concluded their first back-to-back match road trip with a split against Ogden City Soccer Club.

The side lost 1-0 on Friday night but rebounded for a 2-1 victory on Saturday thanks to goals from A.J. Valenzuela and James Mcghee. 

FC Tucson (2-1-0, 6 points) returns home for two more matches against Ogden City SC this Friday and Saturday at Kino North Stadium. Both matches are scheduled to kickoff at 7:30 p.m. 

Fans can arrive early both nights to watch FC Tucson Women play at 5:30 p.m. 

The ladies will open their eight-match summer campaign with three home matches this week.

The FC Tucson Women will host L.A. Galaxy San Diego on Tuesday night at 7 p.m., followed by the matches Friday and Saturday against San Diego Parceiro and the San Diego SeaLions.

Copyright 2018 FC Tucson. All rights reserved.

David Kelly contributed to this story.

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