Swope Park Reveals Kits, They Don’t Suck

Photo: SportingKC.com Swope Park Rangers revealed their first kits in club history Thursday to mostly positive reactions. While the argument can be made that one looks like a knockoff Houston Dynamo kit, the Rangers delivered […]

Touring the USL West Part 1: Arizona United SC & Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC

As soccer fans in San Antonio, sometimes its easy to lose perspective of how great of a situation our club is in. Toyota Field is one of the best stadiums in USL, and a pretty […]

Roster Update 3/1/16

A preseason friendly / scrimmage in, the SAFC roster is looking more complete this week with the addition of two new faces. Forward Manolo Sanchez and defender Greg Cochrane join the party and look to […]

Write for Pitch Black!

Much like the podcast, which recently added co-host Aaron Marvel, I never intended the site to be a one-man show. Now that we’re inching closer to the season, I’d like to start putting together a […]

First Preseason Friendly is in the Books…Sort Of…

Photo Credit: Billy Forbes’s Twitter . Former members of SA Scorpions FC pose for a picture in their new clubs’ gear.  If a professional soccer match is played semi-unannounced but there’s no-one around to watch it, […]

SAFC Ink Deal With New York Red Bulls Standout Manolo Sanchez

SAFC announced Thursday the signing of former New York Red Bulls and New York Red Bulls II player Manolo Sanchez. Sanchez was drafted by NYRB in the 2015 MLS Superdraft and played three matches with […]

MLS Defender Greg Cochrane Joins SAFC

As first reported on the Pitch Black twitter account before being confirmed by the team Thursday afternoon, defender Greg Cochrane is joining San Antonio FC. Cochrane comes most recently from Chicago Fire, but spent much […]

Sebastien Thuriere Excited For Matchup Against Brazil in Copa America

While many soccer fans in San Antonio anxiously awaited to see who the United States Mens National Team would be playing in Copa America this June, San Antonio FC midfielder Sebastien Thuriere’s eyes were on […]

The Case For MLS Expansion Past 28 Teams

As promised, after a night’s rest to think about it here is my follow up to yesterday’s article. While I documented the reasons why MLS may hold off expansion past 28, its hard to ignore […]

The Case Against MLS Expansion Past 28 Teams

One of the first rules you learn in argumentative writing is to not argue both sides of an issue, but when it comes to MLS expansion and the case for more than 28 teams I […]