New Mexico United continue to progress week-to-week by taking the time to invest in team chemistry first and now the points are starting to add up
New Mexico United put in work this week to create more chances they hope to finish in front of their first home crowd in 574 days
New Mexico United come together on the pitch against derby rival El Paso Locomotive FC while Harry Swartz was creating match day magic
El Paso Locomotive FC host New Mexico United at Southwest University Park for their home opener
Rio Grande Valley FC defeats New Mexico United 1-0 at H-E-B Park in Edinburg, Texas.
Sixteen-team Playoff to take place in November
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