The Blues come up short in 3-1 loss at the Washington Spirit.
FC Kansas City, which plays the Washington Spirit on Saturday, has a motto for this season of “Finish It” and although it is early, Andonovski and Holiday found themselves looking for a little more bite, or killer instinct.
Kansas Citys National Womens Soccer League team opened its 2014 home season against Sky Blue FC on Saturday with 3,107 fans in attendance at Verizon Wireless Field at Durwood Stadium. The game finished in a draw, 1-1.
When FC Kansas City acquired forward Amy Rodriguez from Seattle Reign FC last November, it was looking for a player who could make a quick impression. In her first National Womens Soccer League start she did just that.
FC Kansas City will play host to Sky Blue FC in the season opener at 7 p.m. Saturday at UMKC’s Durwood Stadium.
Two signings on Monday finalize the roster for Saturday’s season opener at UMKC.
FC Kansas City bolsters its defense with acquistion of veteran Amy LePeilbet.
Holiday scores twice in 3-1 victory in Lawrence.
FC Kansas City will travel to Lawrence to take on the University of Kansas in an exhibition game on Saturday.
FC Kansas City announced on Wednesday that it had signed four of its picks from the 2014 National Womens Soccer League College Draft, including graduates of three area high schools Lees Summit North, Blue Valley North and St. Teresas Academy.
Former University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee soccer player added to FC Kansas City’s roster.
FC Kansas City announced on Tuesday that it had signed Australian midfielder Katrina Gorry, who will be the team’s first international player.
FC Kansas City defender Becky Sauerbrunn and forward Amy Rodriguez have been added to the U.S. Women’s National Team’s 24-player roster for the 2014 Algarve Cup in Portugal. The tournament will run from March 5-12.
FC Kansas City announced Thursday that it will send one of its international roster slots to the Western New York Flash in exchange for a second-round pick in the 2015 National Women’s Soccer League college draft.
The National Women’s Soccer League announced Friday it has transferred FC Kansas City midfielder Desiree Scott to Notts County Ladies FC of The FA Women’s Super League in England. Because Scott is a allocated member of the Canadian national team, the league is responsible for her contract. But FC Kansas City will be awarded the full transfer fee, which was not disclosed.
FC Kansas City announced on Tuesday that it had come to an agreement and signed first-round draft pick Kassey Kallman.
FC Kansas City’s 2014 schedule includes 12 matches at the team’s new home stadium, Verizon Wireless Field at UMKC’s Durwood Stadium.
Pass by FC Kansas City’s Sauerbrunn helps set up only goal.
Five players from FC Kansas City were chosen to the U.S. Womens National Team roster and will join the group as it prepares to kick off the season with a three-game road trip.
Lee’s Summit native Manny Laddish among those selected in draft.
FC Kansas City will now have six selections in the draft starting with the fifth overall pick.
After just one season with FC Kansas City, Lauren Sesselmann is headed to the newly-formed Houston Dash after being selected in the National Women’s Soccer League Expansion Draft on Friday.
FC Kansas City and UMKC have announced a two-year partnership that will move the women’s soccer team’s home matches to the college campus.
Fans can vote for the winner of the award on the U.S. Soccer website. The fan vote will equal 50 percent of the final ballot, while the remaining half will be decided by members of the media and U.S. Soccer representatives.
In a swap of two U.S. national team players, FC Kansas City traded Kristie Mewis to Seattle on Thursday in exchange for forward Amy Rodriguez.