El Paso Locomotive FC is an American professional soccer team based in El Paso, Texas. Founded in 2018, the team made its debut in the USL Championship in 2019. 
Club crest and colors [ edit ]
The Locomotive brand was unveiled on October 4, 2018, beating out finalists Lagartos, Estrellas, Stars, and Tejanos.
The crest is shaped in a manner similar to  Mission Style buildings and features three main colors: West Texas Sky blue, Desert Dusk blue, and High Noon Sun. The crest has 11 vertical stripes that represent the eleven players on the field and resemble the front of a locomotive. A city icon, The Star on The Mountain, adorns the top of the crest, which is shaped in the silhouette of the Franklin Mountains. 
Stadium [ edit ]
The club will play on the grounds of the
Southwest University Park, a baseball park that is also the home field for the El Paso Chihuahuas of the Pacific Coast League.
Rivalries [ edit ]
El Paso's primary rivals are
New Mexico United  and  FC Juárez.
Players and staff [ edit ]
As of September 28, 2021 
Out on loan [ edit ]
Front-office staff [ edit ]
Alan Ledford – president
Andrew Forrest – general manager
Technical staff [ edit ]
Mark Lowry – head coach Matt Williams – assistant coach, video analysis
JC Garzon – goalkeeper coach
Saul Soto - coordinator, equipment and player operations
Team records [ edit ]
Year-by-year [ edit ]
As of October 24, 2020
1. ^ Top scorer includes statistics from league matches only.
Head coaches [ edit ]
Includes USL Regular Season, USL Playoffs, U.S. Open Cup. Excludes friendlies.
July 25, 2018
Average attendance [ edit ]
Club captains [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
"El Paso Joins the United Soccer League for 2019 Season" . Retrieved . March 1, 2018
"El Paso gets new expansion USL soccer team, will play at Southwest University Park in 2019" . Retrieved . March 1, 2018
"El Paso USL: Soccer team nickname will be the Locomotive; logo, crest unveiled". El Paso Times. October 4, 2018 . Retrieved . October 4, 2018
"Our Crest". El Paso Locomotive FC . Retrieved . October 4, 2018
"El Paso Locomotive FC Rolled Out as City's New Professional Soccer Team" (Press release). El Paso Locomotive FC. October 4, 2018 . Retrieved – via Business Wire. October 4, 2018
. "One final United-El Paso matchup has big stakes" . Albuquerque Journal Journal Publishing Company. October 14, 2020 . Retrieved . December 18, 2020
Morgan, Andy (July 14, 2020). "Locomotive FC set to renew rivalry with New Mexico United". . KTSM-TV Nexstar Media Group . Retrieved . December 18, 2020
"Friendly Rival On The Border". eplocomotivefc.com. February 14, 2019 . Retrieved . December 18, 2020
"Roster". www.eplocomotivefc.com. El Paso Locomotive FC . Retrieved . July 15, 2021
"2019 USL Championship Attendance". Soccer Stadium Digest. October 20, 2019 . Retrieved . November 10, 2019
"Yuma and Richie Ryan Selected as Club Captains for 2021". www.eplocomotivefc.com.
External links [ edit ]