Soccer fans fill Butchertown Block Party ahead of NWSL Championship Tuesday, Nov 16 2021 

The party on featured free food and live music, as well as the chance to meet with NWSL players.


LouCity newcomer secures win over Miami FC over the weekend Sunday, Nov 7 2021 

On a team stacked with postseason experience, it was newcomer Jorge Gonzalez who gave Louisville City FC the win over Miami FC in a 1-0 victory.


Men’s soccer defeats NC State in the regular season finale Wednesday, Oct 27 2021 

By Daniel Rankin —

This past weekend, Louisville men’s soccer played at Dr. Mark & Cindy Lynn Stadium for their final time in the regular season. The UofL Men’s Soccer Team took down the NC State Wolf Pack with a final score of 2-1.

The Cardinal’s defense was strong and didn’t allow a shot until the 29th minute, which senior goalkeeper Detre Bell saved.

In the 37th minute, the Cards finally got on the board after senior forward Pedro Fonseca converted on a perfect opportunity. The 1-0 score remained going into halftime.

After the break, NC State scored a 68th-minute equalizer, putting the game at a 1-1 draw. However, the tied game didn’t last long. After excellent ball movement and fearless drives by Fonseca and midfielder Eric Danquah, freshman striker Aboubacar Camara scored his ACC leading 13th goal of the year.

The goal came just four short minutes after the equalizer, bringing the score to 2-1.

NC State started to fall behind, as the Cards led with a 14-5 shot advantage and dominated possession. This led to Louisville’s win for the night.

The win added a crucial 3 points; allowing the Cards to stay on top of the ACC standings at 15 points, just barely ahead of Clemson’s 12 points.

Clemson and Louisville will play each other to finish the regular season and determine the champion of the Atlantic Division on Friday, October 29th.
After that, the Cards will anticipate coming home for future post-season matches at Dr. Mark & Cindy Lynn Stadium.

Photo Courtesy of Taris Smith // U of L Athletics

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Racing Louisville FC part of a first-of-its-kind agreement for the National Women’s Soccer League Tuesday, Oct 26 2021 

The clinic will provide complimentary egg freezing, embryo freezing and long-term storage services.


Louisville hoping for big business kick, national spotlight with NWSL Championship game Wednesday, Oct 13 2021 

According to a joint statement from the NWSL and the NWSL Players Association, the game scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 20 will be played in Louisville.


Danny Cruz named permanent head coach of Louisville City FC Monday, Oct 11 2021 

Cruz was named the interim head coach in April after John Hackworth terminated his contract with the club.


Racing Louisville FC, Gotham FC game at Lynn Family Stadium rescheduled for Oct. 28 Wednesday, Oct 6 2021 

Games across the country were canceled in light of sexual assault allegations made against a former coach in the NWSL.


‘Protect the Players’: Lavender Legion, other fans turnout to show support for Racing Louisville FC players Saturday, Oct 2 2021 

Players across the league are outraged, including Racing Lou FC's Nadia Nadim. On Friday night, fans stood with her, saying protecting the players is top priority.


Racing Louisville FC game scheduled for Friday postponed Friday, Oct 1 2021 

Games across the country have been canceled in light of sexual assault allegations made against a former coach in the NWSL.


Women’s Soccer Shuts Down Saint Louis Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

By: Daniel Rankin–

The Louisville Women’s Soccer team traveled to Saint Louis University Sept. 2 for their first away game of the season. With a final score of 1-0, Louisville keeps their undefeated season record of 4-0.

At the start of the game, the Cards stayed on the Billiken goalkeeper’s toes. By doing this, they quickly sent both teams into the locker rooms scoreless after the first half.

In the second half, the pressure continued with a penalty shot saved by Saint Louis in the 54th minute. Just minutes later, the Cardinals made a goal in the 60th minute by sophomore midfielder Morgan Bentley after a great pass by freshman midfielder Nina Nicosia.

Saint Louis tried to keep up in the closing minutes of the game, but it was too late. Louisville graduate goalkeeper Gabby Kouzelos finished the game with three saves, and led her team to victory.

“I’m very proud of our team as we keep learning and growing,” said Louisville Head Coach Karen Ferguson-Dayes. She also added that she was very pleased by how her team performed that night.

Louisville returns home to face Western Kentucky University on Sunday, September 5. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 pm at Dr. Mark & Cindy Lynn Stadium, where admission and parking are free for the entire 2021 season.

Photo Courtesy of Taris Smith// U of L Athletics 

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