We choose local because it comes from our hometowns and its built by our neighbors and friends, those that have an investment in the overall success of the community. Our dollars mean more when they are put in the hands of those who have a stake in our hometown and those dollars represent a vote for our long-term, sustainable success.
On what turned out to be a beautiful evening after the forecast threatened to spoil the party, a crowd of 148 saw Union Dubuque F.C. earn their first win at Rock Bowl Stadium in a come-from-behind effort over Minneapolis City SC.
Last week, the US Adult Soccer Association (USASA) conducted the draw for its flagship tournament, the National Amateur Cup. Union Dubuque F.C. was drawn to play at home against Springfield FC, a UPSL newcomer
Union Dubuque FC announced its full 2019 schedule today, which includes up to 27 matches in the United Premier Soccer League (UPSL) – Midwest Conference – Central Division, the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) National Amateur Cup and the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup qualifying rounds, as well as several exhibition matches.
The club will be hosting an open tryout for anyone interested in participating in our 2019 competitions. This will be a supplemental tryout intended to add players to a core of the squad that Union fielded last year.