|31 Oct 21||Las Vegas ||-|| Tampa Bay|
|24 Oct 21||Orange County|| ||2 - 1|| ||Las Vegas|
|16 Oct 21||Las Vegas|| ||3 - 6|| ||Phoenix Rising|
|14 Oct 21||Tacoma Defiance|| ||0 - 1|| ||Las Vegas|
|09 Oct 21||Las Vegas|| ||0 - 1|| ||LA Galaxy|
|03 Oct 21||Oakland Roots|| ||2 - 2|| ||Las Vegas|
Las Vegas Lights FC is an American professional soccer team based in Las Vegas, Nevada, that plays in the USL Championship. The team made its debut in 2018 and plays its home games at Cashman Field. The Lights are coached by Eric Wynalda and owned by Brett Lashbrook, who also serves as general manager.
The team employs neon imagery in its crest and jerseys. It has engaged in unusual promotions to attract fans, including the use of llama mascots and rewarding players with casino chips. The team's main rivals are Reno 1868 FC, a Nevada club who also play in the USL Championship.