The Las Vegas Lights need to win Saturday and help from the teams ahead of them in the standings to qualify for the playoffs for the first time.
New U.S. citizens hailing from more than 80 countries took part in a ceremony during halftime of Saturday’s game.
A federal judge will bestow more than 700 applicants with American citizenship during a massive ceremony at Cashman Field.
Lights forward Roberto Molina and goalie Tomas Romero are back with the club after spending time with the El Salvador national team.
The Las Vegas Lights are in a tie for the final playoff spot in the USL Western Conference. Their goalies have helped the team stay in games and get valuable points for the standings.
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.
Forward Danny Trejo is making up for time lost to a torn quad last season. He’s leading the USL in goals and assists and was the league’s player of the month in March.
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.
In a partnership with the Southern Nevada Health District, all Lights FC home games will be smoke free.
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.