FC Cincinnati

Jeff Berding is stepping aside as president of Major League Soccer's FC Cincinnati and has been promoted to the role of club co-chief executive and president of parent company FC Cincinnati Holdings

FC Cincinnati will begin the next major stage of its rapid growth trajectory this weekend when the club stages its first game at the state-of-the-art $250m, 26,000-capacity TQL Stadium. Club president Jeff Berding speaks to Bob Williams about the project.

Major League Soccer's FC Cincinnati will soon play at TQL Stadium after securing a naming rights deal with Ohio-based national freight brokerage firm Total Quality Logistics

Paul Brown Stadium, the home of the National Football League's Cincinnati Bengals, would require some major structural changes, including installing natural grass and removing corner seating, for Cincinnati …

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Major League Soccer team FC Cincinnati has established a strategic partnership with Bundesliga club TSG Hoffenheim

Major League Soccer's FC Cincinnati has called time on its local broadcast partnership with subscription-based over-the-top streaming provider FloSports

Major League Soccer's FC Cincinnati has announced that First Financial Bank has become the first company to secure the naming rights for a premium space at West End Stadium, which is scheduled to open in…

Former Hewlett Packard chief executive Meg Whitman, the billionaire chief executive of short-form mobile video platform Quibi, says she decided to invest in Major League Soccer team FC Cincinnati because sh…

Major League Soccer team FC Cincinnati has succeeded in its aims to gain new equity investment to help fund its construction plans, which are an approximate $285m for a new stadium and training ground.

FC Cincinnati has unveiled a new design from prominent sports architecture firm Populous for its $250m (€223m) soccer-specific stadium in the West End neighborhood of the city, which is scheduled to o…

FC Cincinnati has cleared 20,000 season ticket sales ahead of its inaugural season in MLS

FC Cincinnati has already sold 18,000 season tickets for its inaugural MLS season, which will kick off in March 2019.