• November 30, 2020

Tags : locomotive soccer

Locomotive FC depose Real Monarchs with 1-0 win

Saturday night, El Paso Locomotive FC (3-2-2, 11 points) created more breathing room over the playoff line in Group C with a 1-0 victory over defending champions Real Monarchs. Nick Ross opened his 2020 goal scoring record with the lone goal of the night. The first 45 minutes was a tight affair, with both sides trading possession […]Read More

Locomotive FC acquires Defender Brent Kallman on loan from Minnesota

El Paso Locomotive FC acquired MLS Defender Brent Kallman on loan from Minnesota United FC, the club announced Friday, pending league and federation approval. “Brent is a quality player coming from a quality club, so it is great to be able to bring him in,” said Mark Lowry, Head Coach, and Technical Director. “He is a player I know […]Read More

Locomotive FC welcomes Defender Macauley King from Indy Eleven

Tuesday morning, El Paso Locomotive FC officials announce that the club has signed Defender Macauley “Macca” King from USL Championship side Indy Eleven, pending league and federation approval. “We are always looking to improve the quality of our squad,” stated Head Coach and Technical Director, Mark Lowry. “I believe to win a championship and to play at the level […]Read More

Locos roll as hometown talent lead club to 4-2 victory

El Paso Locomotive FC created distance over the playoff line with a 4-2 win over Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC on Saturday night. Hometown talent shined in the victory as Memo Diaz, Louis ‘Chapa’ Herrera, Aaron Gomez, and Omar Salgado all contributed, with Gomez and Chapa recording goals on the night. “I don’t see any reason why this team can’t go […]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 FC to continue play with no fans for July

On Monday morning, El Paso Locomotive officials announced that this week’s match would again be played with no fans in attendance. “In response to the ongoing developments surrounding COVID-19 locally and statewide, El Paso Locomotive FC has opted to continue play without fans in attendance for the Friday, July 24 match against New Mexico United,” […]Read More

Locomotive FC Signs Forward Leandro Carrijo from FC Juarez

Tuesday morning, El Paso Locomotive FC officials announced that the club has signed forward Leandro Carrijo from Liga MX side FC Juarez, pending league and federation approval. “Leandro will be another excellent addition to our group and once again highlights the relationship we have with FC Juarez,” stated Mark Lowry, Technical Director and Head Coach. “Leandro has been a […]Read More

Video+Gallery: Locomotive stop RGV Toros 1-0

There was no rust on the Locomotive Saturday night, as El Paso defeated the Rio Grande Valley FC Toros 1-0, returning to the pitch for the first time since March. The return to play for Locomotive was a unique one, as the game was played in a nearly empty Southwest University Park, save for staff […]Read More

Video+Story: El Paso Locomotive FC 2020 Return to Play schedule:

El Paso Locomotive FC unveiled its 2020 Regular Season ‘Return to Play’ schedule in conjunction with USL Championship Thursday. The Locomotive Return to Play schedule boasts eight games at Southwest University Park, five of which are played on Saturdays. Locomotive FC kicks off its return to play with an inter-group match as the Copa Tejas rivalry reignites […]Read More