In 2014 the United Soccer League (USL) announced that Phoenix would be awarded a franchise for professional men's soccer. Arizona United Soccer Club is a Division III league under Major League Soccer. After the 2016 season, an ownership change prompted another name change to Phoenix Rising Football Club, or Phoenix Rising FC.
The Phoenix Rising Soccer Complex has been their permanent home since the beginning of the 2017.
The 15.8-acre soccer-specific training and stadium facility is located northwest of the Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway and Loop 101 Price Freeway interchange, bordering the cities of Tempe and Scottsdale.
Single game tickets start at $10 (plus service charges). You may purchase tickets by calling or in person at the soccer complex box office.
Tips About Attending a Game
- Gates open one hour before game time.
- Games are rain or shine. The referee has the discretion to cancel any game if weather conditions are extreme or dangerous, which does happen during the occasional summer monsoon storms.
- Food and beverage concessions are available at the game and there are food trucks, but you may not bring in your own food.
- The most vocal fans will be in the supporters section, at the south end. If you want to stand, shout, sing and wave flags for the duration of the game, that's the section for you. If not, or if you have kids that don't want to hear bad language, it's best to sit elsewhere.
- For the best view of the field, it may be best to select seats that are not quite as close so that you are not at field level.
- Players will sign autographs after every match. No player is guaranteed to sign autographs, and the players usually walk to the fans to sign autographs.
- There is no mascot.