Photo gallery: Atlanta United 2, FC Cincinnati 1

FC Cincinnati closed the 2021 season in familiar fashion, letting go of a lead to fall 2-1 to Atlanta United FC on Sunday in a Decision Day game that allowed the Five Stripes a chance to clinch a playoff spot and finish fifth in the Eastern Conference. Zico Bailey scored his first professional goal in

Photo gallery: Philadelphia Union 2, FC Cincinnati 1

PHOTOS BY GENE PETERS FC Cincinnati dominated possession and had several close scoring chances but still couldn't stop a depleted Philadelphia Union squad featuring five homegrown players that new general manager Chris Albright helped develop in his time as the Union's technical director. The Orange and Blue fell 2-1 on Saturday at TQL Stadium with

Photo gallery: N.Y. Red Bulls 1, FC Cincinnati 0

PHOTOS BY GENE PETERS FC Cincinnati didn't get many scoring opportunities Saturday against New York Red Bulls, but some poor decision-making in the final third came back to haunt the Orange and Blue when former player Andrew Gutman was left free to make a run into the box and buried the game-winner in the 73rd

Photo gallery: New York City FC 2, FC Cincinnati 1

PHOTOS BY GENE PETERS FC Cincinnati had a goal disallowed because of an offside call on the buildup to what would have given Brenner a brace, and shortly after that, Geoff Cameron appeared baited into a foul in the box. The ensuing penalty kick for New York City FC, which Taty Castellanos slotted home, ended

Photo gallery: FC Cincinnati 2, Columbus Crew 2

Photos by Gus Schlomer FC Cincinnati took a two-goal lead early, but the Columbus Crew managed to rally back for a 2-2 draw Friday in the first Hell is Real Derby at TQL Stadium. The Crew scored both their goals while playing more than half the game down a man, and FCC missed a chance

Photo gallery: FC Cincinnati 1, Chicago Fire SC 0

Photos by Gus Schlomer FC Cincinnati missed several close scoring chances in the first half Wednesday at Chicago, but Alvaro Barreal's goal off a bending free kick in the 50th minute proved just enough to beat the Fire at Soldier Field. Chicago threatened often in the final half hour, but the defense held on for

Photo gallery: New England 1, FC Cincinnati 0

Photos by Augustus Schlomer FC Cincinnati gave up a goal on a set piece in the 70th minute and dropped a 1-0 loss to first-place New England Revolution on Saturday at TQL Stadium after missing some great chances at an equalizer late in the game. The Orange and Blue remain in last place in the