This will be the Lights’ second road matchup of the season after falling to LA Galaxy II 5-0 last week.
A lot has changed since the Las Vegas Lights FC last finished the COVID-shortened 2020 season with a 2-9-5 record.
Las Vegas was recently named one of several expansion possibilities by Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber.
The Las Vegas Lights FC announced its 2021 season schedule Tuesday.
The complete 32-game United Soccer League schedule will be announced in the coming weeks.
The Lights FC embarked on a new era Friday with a parternship with one of the most successful franchises in MLS.
Lights owner Brett Lashbrook is still bullish on team’s future after COVID eliminates several USL franchises and puts start of 2021 season on hold.
UNLV’s football team hopes to play in front of fans this season at Allegiant Stadium. The future of other valley teams and events is more hazy.
Up to 250 season ticket holders will be allowed to attend the Lights FC game against Orange County SC on Saturday at Cashman Field.
A group of local community organizations sent a letter to four local professional sports franchises to thank them for bringing attention to social injustice.
The Brazilian newspaper “O Globo” said the soccer team Flamengo could get involved in Las Vegas’ MLS plans, but local officials would not confirm whether that was true.
The Lights FC continued its three-game homestand on Saturday, rallying to tie Phoenix at Cashman Field.
The Lights FC scored its first win of the 2020 USL Championship season, defeating the Tacoma Defiance 3-1 Wednesday night at Cashman Field.
After back-to-back postponements over the past week, the Lights FC returned to the field Saturday losing 1-0 to Orange County SC at Championship Stadium in Irvine, California.
With games at Cashman Field remaining empty due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, players with local ties adapt to distant support.