The first Austin Aztex home game, against the El Paso Patriots on May 19, 2012. The downtown Austin skyline and the Texas capitol dome are visible in the background.
The reborn Aztex finished their first season with 9 wins, 5 losses, and 2 draws. They won their first playoff game against the Ocala Stampede but fell to Orlando City U-23's in the Southern Conference final.
The Aztex enjoyed great success in the 2013 PDL season, topping the Mid-South Division with an 11-2-1 record and going on to become champions of the PDL's Southern Conference. The 2013 PDL championships were held at House Park in Austin. The Aztex defeated Eastern Conference champions Ocean City Nor'easters 1-0 in the semifinal, earning the right to face Central Conference champions Thunder Bay Chill in the final. The Chill's goalkeeper was sent off early and the Aztex triumphed 3-1. This was the Aztex's first-ever PDL title. Additionally, Aztex head coach Paul Dalglish was named PDL Coach of the Year, and forward Kristopher Tyrpak was named league MVP.
For the present Aztex team, the largest win to date was an 8-0 result over the El Paso Patriots on June 15, 2013 at House Park. Their largest home crowd to date was 4,253 for the PDL final on August 4, 2013. The Aztex's all-time leading scorer is Kristopher Tyrpak with 19 goals over two seasons.
The Aztex kits are dark blue with gold numbers and gold trim. Their alternate kits are white with gold trim and numbering. Kits are provided by Admiral Sportswear. Emergo Group, an international regulatory consulting firm headquartered in Austin, has served as the team's jersey sponsor since the 2012 season.
The Aztex badge features blue and gold colors with a Texas lone star, a soccer ball, and the word "AzTeX" with an enlarged A, T, and X. "ATX" is shorthand for Austin, Texas.