The Passport program gives subscribers flexible access to premium seats, suites, and boxes at the AT&T Center with the purchase of a flat-rate membership.
SAFC’s Rafa Castillo is seeking a permanent home in San Antonio after years of living the somewhat transient life of an international soccer player.
San Antonio FC’s bid to secure a Major League Soccer expansion franchise comes wrapped in winning colors: the silver and black of the San Antonio Spurs.
San Antonio FC announced Thursday that it will be the United Soccer League affiliate of Major League Soccer’s New York City Football Club in 2017.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and her supporters might be right to call for a new $75 million downtown sports venue, but baseball is the wrong sport and the 2017 bond is the wrong funding mechanism.
Nearly three weeks before its inaugural home season opener, San Antonio’s newest professional soccer franchise called on the business community for support.
The United Soccer League ceremonially awarded its 31st franchise to San Antonio at Toyota Field. USL officials also announced Thursday that Spurs Sports and Entertainment (SSE) would own and operate the city’s new soccer club in March 2016.