The Lights’ game Friday at Cashman Field has been dubbed $1 Juice Night with Jose Canseco. The former MLB slugger will participate in a home run hitting contest at halftime.
The deal has yet to be finalized, but there is general optimism that the event, aimed to take place in July at Allegiant Stadium, will come to fruition, the source indicated.
This summer Las Vegas will again take center stage in the soccer world when Chelsea FC and Club America meet July 16 at Allegiant Stadium.
ESPN reported that talks of a four-team tournament in the U.S. that includes a Las Vegas stop are falling apart.
Lights forward Danny Trejo scored his league-leading sixth goal in the 27th minute to put Las Vegas ahead with the game’s only goal.
The Las Vegas Lights lost, but in the nightcap of doubleheader, UNLV drew 4,922 for its scrimmage against Arizona, to set state attendance record.
The Las Vegas Lights and UNLV women’s soccer team will play a doubleheader on Saturday in an attempt to break the record for the highest attended women’s soccer game in Nevada.
In a partnership with the Southern Nevada Health District, all Lights FC home games will be smoke free.
The Las Vegas Lights had plenty of scoring chances in the second half against Memphis, but could not capitalize as they fell 1-0 after winning their last two games.
Forward Danny Trejo scored the Lights’ first goal and registered an assist in the win.
Known for crazy promotions, Las Vegas Lights turn serious about educating spectators during national colorectal awareness month.
The Lights begin the season Sunday on the road against New Mexico United. Last season, the Lights finished in last place in the Pacific Division of the United Soccer League.
The target capacity for a Las Vegas MLS stadium sits between 25,000-30,000 people, according to potential team owner Wes Edens.
MLS first-round draft selections Ahmed Longmire of Centennial and Justin Rasmussen of Bishop Gorman bolster Southern Nevada’s reputation as a budding pro soccer hotbed.
Billionaires Wes Edens and Naseef Sawiris have entered into an exclusive negotiating agreement with Major League Soccer to move toward bringing an expansion team to Southern Nevada.