• May 18, 2021

Tags : EP Locomotive

Locomotive FC parts ways with Goalkeeper Jermaine Fordah

On Thursday, officials with El Paso Locomotive FC announced that the club and Goalkeeper Jermaine Fordah have mutually agreed to part ways. “I really enjoyed my time here in El Paso,” Fordah said. “From the moment I arrived, the fans have been so welcoming and supportive it made me proud to represent the city. Thank […]Read More

Phoenix Rising FC burns EP Locomotive 3-1

Saturday night in the Valley of the Sun, El Paso Locomotive FC (1-2-2, 5 points) fell 1-3 against Phoenix Rising FC. Locomotive Forward Aaron Gomez found the lone Locos goal, making it his second goal in as many games. El Paso started the game on the right foot, holding off Phoenix Rising pressure to cut out the […]Read More

Locomotive closes preseason with 3-3 tie vs Phoenix Rising FC

El Paso Locomotive completed their 2020 preseason with a 3-3 draw after 90 minutes. The team faced 2019 USL regular season points champion and Western Conference rivals, Phoenix Rising FC, in an exciting match in Tucson. El Paso’s newest offensive star, who will be announced on Monday morning, scored the first two goals of the […]Read More

Damned United! NM stops Locomotive 3-0

El Paso Locomotive FC took to the road to face off in a budding rivalry versus New Mexico United, to close out the last regular-season meeting between the two expansion clubs. The drums and chants from Locomotive supporters in Isotopes Park filled the night but wouldn’t be enough to allow El Paso to notch the […]Read More

Locomotive run over Tacoma 2-1; Unbeaten streak at 7 matches

El Paso Locomotive FC defeat Tacoma Defiance 2-1, increasing their unbeaten streak to seven straight league matches. With this win, El Paso have also launched into sixth place in the Western Division, four points behind leader New Mexico United with a game in hand. Forward Jerome Kiesewetter notched his seventh goal of the season to […]Read More

Gallery+Story: Forward Madison blanks Locomotive 3-0

El Paso Locomotive FC bowed out in the second round of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup after dropping to Forward Madison FC. “I made six or seven changes and we lost some flow. Gave guys the opportunity and saw some interesting things. You have to give guys the chance,” said coach Mark Lowry. “We […]Read More