The Lights FC of the United Soccer League will allow “fans” into Cashman Field for the 2020 restart as oversized cutouts.
Las Vegas’ pursuit of a Major League Soccer franchise continues despite COVID-19.
Team owner Brett Lashbrook introduced a new manager in Frank Yallop on Monday, a fourth person who will hold the title in the team’s three years of existence.
The Lights FC hired a new coach Monday, but only for the remainder of the 2020 season.
Former Lights FC coach Eric Wynalda hinted who his successor might be on Twitter.
The Lights will play most of their games against Los Angeles Galaxy II, Orange County SC, San Diego Loyal SC and Phoenix Rising FC when their season resumes.
The United Soccer League Championship will allow full-team contact training beginning Wednesday, but the Lights FC is uncertain whether it will dive in right away.
The Lights FC are one step closer to stepping on the field, though the team still needs to hire a coach first.
Lights FC coach Eric Wynalda was fired for a rules violation and not because of financial issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic, owner Brett Lashbrook said.
The United Soccer League Championship, which features the Las Vegas Lights FC, voted Thursday in favor of returning to play with a tentative start date of July 11.
Will fans feel safe enough to brave the masses and attend a sporting event fresh off a global pandemic?
During the coronavirus pandemic, Junior Burgos has distributed goodwill, groceries and other daily necessities to those less fortunate in his native El Salvador.
Keeping his players focused during pandemic and the resignation of U.S. Soccer president Carlos Cordeiro tops items of discussion for ex-national team star.