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About the U.S. Open Cup

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Senderos, Manotas & the Dynamo’s Alchemy

A successful Cup run is more alchemy than science. You need to get the balance right – between young and old, experienced and hungry, determined and patient, scoring and defending. Then you need to hope things go your way. Houston Dynamo are walking the tightrope well in the 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with aging Swiss defender Philippe Senderos providing the yin to young Colombian striker Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 14, 2018
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Savarese & All the Open Cup Angles

When it comes to the Open Cup, Giovanni Savarese knows all the angles. From his old days playing semipro summer ball in New York City to the heights of MLS’ early years, he’s been seconds from a Final on two occasions and on both ends of big upsets at the helm of the NY Cosmos. Now, in his first job coaching in the American top flight – out west with MLS outfit Portland Timbers & Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 13, 2018
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Starlet to Shooting Star: SKC’s Daniel Salloi

Daniel Salloi made some sparks in 2017. This year, you’d need the Kansas City Fire Department to put him out. Two goals against FC Dallas in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 last month made him the second-youngest Sporting KC player to score a brace and brought his haul for the tournament to five goals in six games. So, how come no one was talking about him at the final whistle? Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 13, 2018
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LAFC & Bob Bradley’s Open Cup All-Stars

Sure they’re a first-year club, but LAFC have star-power to burn in the 2018 Open Cup. “I’m very lucky here – between the coaching staff and the players, we have a lot of guys with Open Cup experience and Open Cup successes,” said Bob Bradley, himself a two-time winner of American soccer’s oldest trophy and a vocal advocate for making the Open Cup a priority for Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 13, 2018

The Great Eight Rd. of 16: Shoe Blues, Lying Numbers & a New Winner (?)

Fans of the 105-year-old Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup live by its magic moments. And the Round of 16 of the 2018 competition tossed up a good few of those between June 15 and 20. Join ussoccer.com for a look back at eight moments of note from the eight games, in which Mother Nature had a say in Greater D.C., Yohan Croizet scored a Cup stunner for the ages, and a Last Eight bracket was set with two for Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jun 22, 2018

Four Division I Clubs Have Reached the 2018 U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinals, Four Berths Remain

CHICAGO (June 18, 2018) – The Houston Dynamo joined fellow Division I clubs Portland Timbers, Philadelphia Union and Sporting Kansas City in reaching the Quarterfinals of the 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup – U.S. Soccer’s National Championship – on Monday night by defeating MLS side Minnesota United FC 1-0 at BBVA Compass Stadium. Four additional berths in the tournament&rsq Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jun 19, 2018
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Division II Louisville City FC Joins All-MLS Cast in 2018 U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinals

CHICAGO (June 20, 2018) – On the final night of the Round of 16, Division II club Louisville City FC defeated fellow United Soccer League (USL) aspirants Nashville SC 2-1 to join an all-MLS cast in the Quarterfinals of the 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup – U.S. Soccer’s National Championship.

Division I Major League Soccer outfits Orlando City SC, four-time Open Cup champs Chicago Fire and first-year club Los Angeles FC also won tightly contested Round of 16 games on Wednesday night to claim the remaining berths in the tournament Quarterfinals. Earlier in the Round of 16, Houston Dynamo, Philadelphia Union, Portland Timbers and reigning champion Sporting Kansas City advanced to the tournament’s Quarterfinal Round, which is currently scheduled to be played on Wednesday, July 18.

Quarterfinal Schedule

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Time

Venue

July 18

Philadelphia Union (MLS) vs.Orlando City SC (MLS)

7 p.m. ET

Talen Energy Stadium; Chester, Pa.

July 18

Chicago Fire (MLS) vs. Louisville City FC (USL)

7:30 p.m. CT

Toyota Park; Bridgeview, Ill.

July 18

Houston Dynamo (MLS) vs. Sporting Kansas City (MLS)

7:30 p.m. CT

BBVA Compass Stadium; Houston, Texas

July 18

Los Angeles FC (MLS) vs. Portland Timbers (MLS)

7:30 p.m. PT

Banc of California Stadium; Los Angeles, Calif.

By dint of being the sole remaining lower division club in the tournament, Louisville City wins the $25,000 prize awarded to each lower division side to advance furthest in the competition. Previously, FC Golden State Force won $25,000 as the amateur club to advance farthest in the tournament, defeating two higher division opponents before bowing out in a Fourth Round contest with LA Galaxy.

After the completion of the Quarterfinal Round on July 18, the Final Draw, which determines hosting priority for the tournament Semifinals and Final, will be held the morning of July 19.

Just as the four games earlier in the Round of 16 had been, Wednesday’s games were all tight affairs decided by a single goal or in the case of Orlando and D.C. United, a penalty shootout that the Lions won 4-2 after the sides drew 1-1 through 120 minutes of regulation and overtime. In the night’s other all-MLS encounter, Chicago Fire grabbed an impressive 1-0 win on the road against Atlanta United, who were cheered on by an all-time record crowd for a stand-alone Open Cup game as 41,012 packed Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

In the nightcap, LAFC needed a last-minute strike from Latif Blessing, who helped Sporting Kansas City claim the 2017 U.S. Open Cup crown with a goal in the Final, to escape high-flying USL club Sacramento Republic FC 3-2 at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles.

The Round of 16’s previous matchdays featured all-MLS match-ups that saw Portland beat LA Galaxy 1-0, Philadelphia defeat New York Red Bulls 2-1, Kansas City down FC Dallas 3-2 and Houston see off Minnesota United FC 1-0.

Round of 16 Results

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

June 15

Portland Timbers (MLS) vs. LA Galaxy (MLS)

1-0

Providence Park; Portland, Ore.

June 16

Philadelphia Union (MLS) vs. New York Red Bulls (MLS)

2-1

Talen Energy Stadium; Chester, Pa.

June 16

Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. FC Dallas (MLS)

3-2

Children's Mercy Park; Kansas City, Kan.

June 18

Houston Dynamo (MLS) vs. Minnesota United FC (MLS)

1-0

BBVA Compass Stadium; Houston, Texas

June 20

D.C. United (MLS) vs. Orlando City SC (MLS)

1-1 (2-4 PKs)

Maryland SoccerPlex; Boyds, Md.

June 20

Louisville City FC (USL) vs. Nashville SC (USL)

2-1

Lynn Stadium (Univ. of Louisville); Louisville, Ky.

June 20

Atlanta United FC (MLS) vs. Chicago Fire (MLS)

0-1

Mercedes-Benz Stadium; Atlanta, Ga.

June 20

Los Angeles FC (MLS) vs. Sacramento Republic FC (USL)

3-2

Banc of California Stadium; Los Angeles, Calif.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20
D.C. United (MLS) 1, Orlando City SC (MLS) 1 (2-4 PKs)
Persistent rain showers forced a lengthy delay at Maryland SoccerPlex on Wednesday night, but as the show must go on, so does the U.S. Open Cup. And the two MLS clubs delivered a drama-packed Round of 16 clash with Orlando City SC outlasting D.C. United in penalties following a 1-1 stalemate through 120 minutes of play. Luciano Acosta found the opener for the home side in the ninth minute when he smashed home a quick pass into the box from Darren Mattocks. Less than 10 minutes later, Justin Meram got the equalizer for Orlando City, sneaking a water-logged ball through the wickets of D.C. United goalkeeper Steve Clark. After a scoreless second half and thirty minutes of extra time, Earl Edwards Jr. made two penalty saves to set up Josue Colman’s clincher for Orlando City SC. The Lions from Central Florida advance to face Philadelphia Union in the Quarterfinals.

Louisville City FC (USL) 2, Nashville SC (USL) 1
In their third meeting of the year, Louisville City bested Nashville SC 2-1 at that cozy confines of Lynn Stadium on the University of Louisville campus. Paco Craig and Paolo DelPiccolo provided the firepower for the hosts whose hot league form carried over to the U.S. Open Cup and sees the club through to a July 18 Quarterfinal against MLS' Chicago Fire. In a see-saw affair, it was the Kentuckians who seized the early advantage through consistent possession and a well-played corner kick routine that was finished off by Craig in the 24th minute. While Nashville was able to carve out opportunities on the counter, Louisville looked comfortable taking a 1-0 lead into the locker room.

In the second frame, things got even better for the hosts as their captain, DelPiccolo, converted another smart corner kick in the 58th minute. But the home side were made to sweat as Nashville found some urgency and then a goal from Matt LaGrassa in the 68th minute to make for a wild ending in which both goalkeepers stood on their heads to keep their teams’ hopes of advancement alive. In the end, it was Tim Dobrowolski who was able to infuse his Lou City defense with a little bit of the grit and magic his Alma Mater Loyola University – Chicago displayed earlier this year in a similar knockout tournament to claim the 2-1 victory and a visit to the Windy City for a Last Eight showdown.

Atlanta United FC (MLS) 0, Chicago Fire (MLS) 1
This Round of 16 match was tense and tight from the opening whistle at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, where 41,012 fans turned out to cheer on the home team and break the all-time attendance record for a Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup game. Early on it seemed like the record crowd would be rewarded as Atlanta United took firm control of the contest in the opening stages. It was an ominous sign, however, when the first real chance of note came from the Fire in the 17th minute. Diego Campos sent in a dangerous corner-kick that was struck on the volley by former Champions League and World Cup winner Bastian Schweinsteiger. Atlanta goalkeeper Alec Kann was up to the task, making the save, and the German schemer’s appeals that the ball had crossed the line were half-hearted at best. Five minutes later Sal Zizzo fired his effort just inches from the top corner for the home side and both teams had a handful more half-chances before the whistle went for the interval with the score the same as it was at the start.

The crucial moment came in the 53rd minute via a silky, flowing move from the visitors, themselves four-time U.S. Open Cup winners. A brilliant through ball into the box from Schweinsteiger picked out the racing Argentine Luis Solignac, who squared the ball across the face of goal to be poked home by Nemanja Nikolic. It was the Hungarian international’s third goal in 2018 Open Cup play after he bagged a brace in the previous round against Columbus Crew. Current Atlanta (former Barcelona) coach Tata Martino threw on a pair of attack-minded subs as the game clock wound toward 90, and the home team threw everything, including the kitchen sink, at the Fire. The best Atlanta could manage, though, was a strike against the woodwork from Tito Villalba as the game finished 1-0 to the visitors, who now face Louisville City of the United Soccer League (USL) in the Quarterfinal.

Los Angeles FC (MLS) 3, Sacramento Republic FC (USL) 2
It seemed at times as though Sacramento Republic FC would will itself past Los Angeles FC in the teams’ 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 showdown, but LAFC’s quality ultimately shown through as the SoCal side escaped their northern neighbors with a 3-2 win at Banc of California Stadium in LA.

It was late heartbreak for a Sacramento side that twice took the lead while also defending gallantly in the face of LAFC’s swift and talented attack that hit the woodwork as often as it found the back of the net. Latif Blessing’s 89th minute winner completed the comeback for the home side as he converted a goalmouth cross from perhaps the player of the game Diego Rossi.

It was Rossi who knotted the game at 2-2 in the 67th minute, pegging back Sacramento after Villyan Bijev’s top-corner dart finished a beautifully worked give-and-go with a pair of teammates to put the visitors up 2-1 on the hour mark. Only three minutes before that, LAFC captain Benny Feilhaber had drawn the sides level at 1-1, making amends for putting a first half PK attempt right into the arms of Sacramento goalkeeper, Josh Cohen, who was immense on the night and one of the main reasons the Republic put a heart-stopping scare into their Division I opponents. Elliot Hord scored the game’s opening goal late in the first half, helping Sacramento gain a toe-hold in a game it looked as though they would not have been so competitive in early on.

LAFC moves on to host MLS rivals Portland Timbers at Banc of California Stadium in the tournament Quarterfinals on July 18.

MONDAY, JUNE 18
Houston Dynamo (MLS) 1, Minnesota United FC (MLS) 0
A lone goal from Colombian Mauro Manotas just after the interval was enough to see Houston Dynamo win their second straight 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup game at BBVA Compass Stadium at the expense of Minnesota United. The home team took the lead with only two minutes gone in the second half. Mauro Manotas was first to the near post and got on the end of a corner-kick to head the Houstonians into the lead. It was the Colombian’s fifth goal in the tournament, making him the top scorer in the Dynamo’s Open Cup history. The slim 1-0 win sets a date for the Texans, twice MLS champions, against Open Cup holders Sporting Kansas City in next month’s Quarterfinals.

SATURDAY, JUNE 16
Philadelphia Union (MLS) 2, New York Red Bulls (MLS) 1

Philadelphia Union, playing in a second straight 2018 Open Cup game at Talen Energy Stadium, edged out old rivals and 2017 Open Cup runners-up New York Red Bulls 2-1 in a tight contest. In the 52nd minute, Philly’s Haris Medunjanin evaded Tyler Adams near the edge of the penalty area before unleashing a rocket of a left-footed shot that took a slight deflection before hitting the net. Then a good piece of service from captain Alejandro Bedoya set up Cory Burke, who kept his cool to slot home and make it 2-0 for the Union in the 61st minute. Four minutes after that, New York’s Daniel Royer hit the post before Bradley Wright-Phillips cut the lead in half in the 78th minute. Despite some jittery moments, the Union held firm to advance and host the winner between D.C. United and Orlando City.

Sporting Kansas City (MLS) 3, FC Dallas (MLS) 2
In a rematch of the enthralling Open Cup Quarterfinal from last year between defending champions Sporting Kansas City and FC Dallas, the home side had to fight back from a goal down to keep their dream of a repeat – and a fifth overall title – alive. Talented striker Daniel Salloi, still just 21 years old, scored a pair of goals in Sporting KC’s 3-2 victory that was capped by a scorching winner off the full volley by Yohan Croizet that will surely be a candidate for goal of the tournament. After 19 minutes, Michael Barrios crossed to Carlos Gruezo, who had the easiest of jobs tapping in from close range. Salloi then struck two in a row on either side of the interval to put the hosts up 2-1. But Dallas refused to go away, and Roland Lamah drew level at 2-2 in the 77th minute before Croizet’s magnificent winner just minutes before the final whistle.

FRIDAY, JUNE 15
Portland Timbers (MLS) 1, LA Galaxy (MLS) 0

A lone goal from diminutive Argentine Sebastian Blanco on the half-hour mark was enough to see the Portland Timbers past LA Galaxy, 1-0, and through to the Quarterfinals of the 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. In the lead-up to the goal, Portland ball moved through midfield from left to right before sending it up front for Fanendo Adi, who back-heeled into the penalty area and the path of Blanco. The Argentine livewire wriggled by his marker and slotted coolly past the ‘keeper for the game winner. The Timbers move on to meet the winner of Wednesday’s Round of 16 game between Los Angeles FC (MLS) and Sacramento Republic (USL). 
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U.S. Open Cup Jun 20, 2018
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SacRep’s Simon Elliott: A Time to Shine

Sacramento Republic FC are no strangers to the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, nor do they they fear any particular team. The Republic make the six-hour trip south to Los Angeles to face MLS and Open Cup newcomers LAFC in the Round of 16. But playing a team from the upper reaches of American professional soccer (MLS) is nothing new for Coach Simon Elliott and his side. Last season, in their deepest ever Cup run, they lost to LA Galaxy at the same stage of the competition.

Elliott only took over the reigns of Republic FC from last year’s coach Paul Buckle this February, but his understanding of the U.S. Open Cup system and what the tournament offers has been an aid in preparing his players for each match so far. “Pretty much every country has a knockout tournament and it’s great,” said Elliott, a native of New Zealand who played seven years in MLS and two years in England with Fulham. It’s a chance to compete against teams that you’re supposedly better than. It’s a chance to compete against teams who are supposedly better than you. It’s a fantastic tournament to be a part of.”


(Elliott - on the right - in action for New Zealand in international competition)

Changing Face of Open Cup
“Our outlook changes throughout the tournament,” added Elliott matter-of-factly. “The first round is tricky. You’ve got to keep yourself motivated. Most of the time, we’ll be playing against a team from a lower league or even an amateur team. And if you don’t take that seriously, or if you don’t approach it the right way, teams can upset you. We had a little trouble in our first game [against Premier Development League amateurs San Francisco City FC, after conceding a soft goal. We won 3-1, but we put ourselves under unnecessary pressure.”

The former Republic FC Academy coach, who was a rangy holding midfielder during his years in Major League Soccer, has seen his side pull off some impressive performances in this year’s Cup run, most recently knocking off MLS side and four-time Open Cup champions Seattle Sounders 2-1. “As you move on, you start to play against some really good teams. Teams like the Sounders, who we had in the last round, know what they’re doing, they’ve been there before and it’s a challenge,” said Elliott, who won the Open Cup in 2001 with LA Galaxy. “But if you prepare properly, and if you understand what you’re facing, it can give you the confidence that you can compete.”


(Jeremy Hall of SacRep is a solid veteran at the heart of defense)

For Elliott the Cup has a special allure. “I think we’re all taken by the romance of the Cup competition. Teams rise, players rise to that [occasion]. In that sense, it’s absolutely an opportunity. It’s a chance for us to shine, just as it is for LAFC,” he said. “It’s their first year and I’m sure they want to win silverware just as badly as we do. Any professional player or team would want to show what they’ve got and the Open Cup gives us a great chance to do that.”

His players will have every opportunity to show their stuff when play kicks off at Banc of California Stadium Wednesday night, in the last of the 2018 tournament’s eight Round of 16 games. Will he have to make some changes, perhaps rotate players? Of course. But that’s something Elliott apparently relishes. “Because of the USL [United Soccer League] schedule and the way the Open Cup is scheduled, you have to be prepared to rotate. You have to be ready to have everybody play, and that’s a good thing. These guys want to play and I feel that’s a real positive. They’ve all gotten a chance to play a lot in the past few weeks and they’ve stepped up.”

There’s a quiet confidence about the Republic FC manager, and his realistic approach seems reassuring, as if his wealth of experience helps translate to this team’s measured performances. “LAFC play a bit differently than Seattle and we’re going on the road. We have to really bed down what we’re about and make sure everyone knows their roles and then away we go. Everybody is aware of what they need to do. We have some players who have Cup experience, but we’re not relying on any one person.”

Old Campaigners Lead the Way
Chief among those Cup experienced players are Major League Soccer veterans Jeremy Hall and Adam Moffat, 29 and 32 respectively. “I love those dirty, messy Cup games,” said Hall, a former Puerto Rico international, in his 10th year as a professional player. A rugged defender, he loves the grit and thunder of Cup play. “You can just see the rough fight of those Open Cup games – you know it’s coming. No one gives you an inch. It’s never pretty. Guys try to prove themselves all over the place. Those are the games that are fun. You have to be into it for 90 minutes.”


(Sacramento in Round-of-16 action against LA Galaxy in 2017 - it's where their Cup run ended)

When asked about the nature of being an underdog in this competition, Elliott – a man who knows those rough-and-tumble Cup days as well as anyone –refuses to be painted with that brush. “How do we approach it? We’re a USL team playing against an MLS team. Do we consider ourselves underdogs? Well, we are playing away from home, against a team in a higher league. I think it will be a tough test.”
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U.S. Open Cup Jun 20, 2018
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A New Harkes for America’s Oldest Cup

Ian Harkes, in one way or another, has lived through more Open Cup moments than most. That’s what happens when you’re the son of one of the country’s most accomplished players – his dad, John Harkes won the 1996 title with D.C. United and the 2002 championship with the Columbus Crew. READ MORE: Atlanta United Set to Break USOC attendance Record READ MORE: A (Socce Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jun 20, 2018
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Open Cup Numbers Game for Atlanta United

Since 1914, the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup has annually presented potential Cinderella stories, David-and-Goliath matchups, and just about any underdog theme you can imagine. And now, 105 editions later, you can throw steadily growing crowds into that heady mix. READ MORE: A (Soccer) Star is Born in Nashville READ MORE: Manotas sends Dynamo past MNUFC, into Quarters READ MORE: Bob Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jun 19, 2018

A (Soccer) Star is Born in Nashville

Not long ago, the notion of professional soccer in Nashville, Tennessee sounded eccentric. Now it’s impossible to imagine the city without it. Large crowds flock to support Nashville SC of the United Soccer League (USL), a first-year, second-division club on an 11-game unbeaten run and into the Round of 16 of America’s oldest soccer competition, the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. It’s Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jun 19, 2018

Manotas the Man as Dynamo Down MNUFC, Move on to Quarterfinals

A lone goal from Colombian Mauro Manotas just after the interval was enough to see Houston Dynamo knock out Minnesota United and win their second straight 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup game at their BBVA Compass Stadium (1-0). The slim victory sets a date for the Texans, twice MLS champions, against Open Cup holders and four-time toppers Sporting Kansas City in next month’s Quarterfinals. Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jun 18, 2018

2018 U.S. Open Cup Competition Key Dates

July 1 - 13 (4 p.m. CT) - Summer roster changeover period for Open Division Local Qualifiers still in the competition (teams may add up to seven new players to their Spring roster who are not already cup-tied; 22 player limit remains) 

2018 LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP SCHEDULE

Round of 16

Date Game (home team listed first) Time Venue
June 15 Portland Timbers (MLS) vs. LA Galaxy (MLS) 1-0
REPLAY
Providence Park; Portland, Ore.
June 16 Philadelphia Union (MLS) vs. New York Red Bulls (MLS) 2-1
REPLAY
Talen Energy Stadium; Chester, Pa.
June 16 Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. FC Dallas (MLS) 3-2
REPLAY
Children's Mercy Park; Kansas City, Kan.
June 18 Houston Dynamo (MLS) vs. Minnesota United FC (MLS) 7:30 p.m. CT BBVA Compass Stadium; Houston, Texas
June 20 D.C. United (MLS) vs. Orlando City SC (MLS) 7 p.m. ET Maryland SoccerPlex; Boyds, Md.
June 20 Louisville City FC (USL) vs. Nashville SC (USL) 7 p.m. ET Lynn Stadium (Univ. of Louisville); Louisville, Ky.
June 20 Atlanta United FC (MLS) vs. Chicago Fire (MLS) 7:30 p.m. ET Mercedes-Benz Stadium; Atlanta, Ga.
June 20 Los Angeles FC (MLS) vs. Sacramento Republic FC (USL) 7:30 p.m. PT Banc of California Stadium; Los Angeles, Calif.

Fourth Round - Match Center

Date Game (home team listed first) Result Venue
June 5 Philadelphia Union (MLS) vs. Richmond Kickers (USL) 5-0
REPLAY
Talen Energy Stadium; Chester, Pa.
June 5 D.C. United (MLS) vs. North Carolina FC (USL) 1-1
(4-3 PKs)
REPLAY
Maryland SoccerPlex; Boyds, Md.
June 5 Louisville City FC (USL) vs. New England Revolution (MLS) 3-2
REPLAY
Lynn Stadium (Univ. of Louisville); Louisville, Ky.
June 6 Columbus Crew SC (MLS) vs. Chicago Fire (MLS) 2-2 (9-10 PKs)
REPLAY
MAPFRE Stadium; Columbus, Ohio
June 6 New York Red Bulls (MLS) vs. New York City FC (MLS) 4-0
REPLAY
Red Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J.
June 6 Miami United FC (NPSL) vs. Orlando City SC (MLS) 0-3
REPLAY
Ted Hendricks Stadium; Hialeah, Fla.
June 6 Atlanta United FC (MLS) vs. Charleston Battery (USL) 3-0
REPLAY
Fifth Third Bank Stadium (Kennesaw State Univ.); Kennesaw, Ga.
June 6 FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. Minnesota United FC (MLS) 0-0 (1-3 PKs)
REPLAY
Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
June 6 Nashville SC (USL) vs. Colorado Rapids (MLS) 2-0
REPLAY
Vanderbilt Stadium; Nashville, Tenn.
June 6 Houston Dynamo (MLS) vs. NTX Rayados (Texas) 5-0
REPLAY
BBVA Compass Stadium; Houston, Texas
June 6 San Antonio FC (USL) vs. FC Dallas (MLS) 0-1
REPLAY
Toyota Field; San Antonio, Texas
June 6 Real Salt Lake (MLS) vs. Sporting Kansas City (MLS) 0-2 
REPLAY
Rio Tinto Stadium; Sandy, Utah
June 6 Los Angeles FC (MLS) vs. Fresno FC (USL) 2-0
REPLAY
Banc of California Stadium; Los Angeles, Calif.
June 6 LA Galaxy (MLS) vs. FC Golden State Force (PDL) 3-1
REPLAY
StubHub Center Track & Field Staduim; Carson, Calif.
June 6 Portland Timbers (MLS) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) 2-0
REPLAY
Providence Park; Portland, Ore.
June 6 Sacramento Republic FC (USL) vs. Seattle Sounders FC (MLS) 2-1 a.e.t.
REPLAY
Papa Murphy's Park; Sacramento, Calif.

Third Round - Match Center

Date Game (home team listed first) Result Venue
May 22 North Carolina FC (USL) vs. Ocean City Nor'easters (PDL) 4-1
REPLAY
Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, N.C.
May 23 Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (USL) vs. FC Cincinnati (USL) 1-3
REPLAY
Highmark Stadium; Pittsburgh, Pa.
May 23 Richmond Kickers (USL) vs. Penn FC (USL) 3-2 REPLAY City Stadium; Richmond, Va.
May 23 Jacksonville Armada FC (NPSL) vs. Miami United FC (NPSL) 0-2 REPLAY Southern Oak Stadium (Jacksonville University), Jacksonville, Fla.
May 23 Charleston Battery (USL) vs. Elm City Express (NPSL) 1-0
REPLAY
MUSC Health Stadium; Charleston, S.C.
May 23 Louisville City FC (USL) vs. Saint Louis FC (USL) 1-0
REPLAY
Lynn Stadium (Univ. of Louisville); Louisville, Ky.
May 23 Nashville SC (USL) vs. Mississippi Brilla FC (PDL) 3-1
REPLAY
Vanderbilt Soccer/Lacrosse Complex; Nashville, Tenn.
May 23 NTX Rayados (Texas) vs. FC Wichita (NPSL) 3-2
REPLAY
Richland Community College (Field 10); Dallas, Texas
May 23 San Antonio FC (USL) vs. Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC (USL) 1-1 (5-3 PKs)
REPLAY
Toyota Field; San Antonio, Texas
May 23 Sporting AZ FC (Ariz.) vs. Fresno FC (USL) 1-2 a.e.t.
REPLAY
John Riggs Stadium; Mesa, Ariz.
May 23 FC Golden State Force (PDL) vs. Las Vegas Lights FC (USL) 2-1
REPLAY
Allen Layne Stadium (Downey High School); Downey, Calif.
May 23 Reno 1868 FC (USL) vs. Sacramento Republic FC (USL) 0-1
REPLAY
Greater Nevada Field; Reno, Nev.

Second Round - Match Center

Northeast Region

Date Game (home team listed first) Result Venue
May 16 North Carolina FC (USL) vs. Lansdowne Bhoys FC (N.Y.) 3-0
REPLAY
Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, N.C.
May 16 Erie Commodores FC (NPSL) vs. Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (USL) 1-2
REPLAY
Gannon University Field; Erie, Pa.
May 16 Reading United AC (PDL) vs. Richmond Kickers (USL) 1-1 (3-4 PKs)
REPLAY
Alvernia University Stadium; Reading, Pa.
May 16 Louisville City FC (USL) vs. Long Island Rough Riders (PDL) 5-0
RECAP
Lynn Stadium (University of Louisville); Louisville, Ky.
May 16 FC Motown (NPSL) vs. Penn FC (USL) 1-3
REPLAY
Ranger Stadium (Drew University); Madison, N.J.
May 16 Seacoast United Phantoms (PDL) vs. Elm City Express (NPSL) 0-2
RECAP
Seacoast United Sports Park; Amesbury, Mass.
May 16 FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. Detroit City FC (NPSL) 4-1 a.e.t.
REPLAY
Gettler Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
May 16* Charlotte Independence (USL) vs. Ocean City Nor'easters (PDL) 1-3
REPLAY
Mecklenburg County Sportsplex; Matthews, N.C.

* Time changed April 24

Southeast Region

Date Game (home team listed first) Result Venue
May 16 Charleston Battery (USL) vs. South Georgia Tormenta FC (PDL) 1-0
REPLAY
MUSC Health Stadium; Charleston, S.C.
May 16 Jacksonville Armada FC (NPSL) vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL) 1-0
REPLAY
Southern Oak Stadium (Jacksonville University), Jacksonville, Fla.
May 16 Miami FC 2 (NPSL) vs. Miami United FC (NPSL) 1-3
REPLAY
FIU Soccer Stadium; Miami, Fla.
May 16 Mississippi Brilla FC (PDL) vs. Indy Eleven (USL) 1-0
REPLAY
Clinton High School; Clinton, Miss.
May 16 Nashville SC (USL) vs. Inter Nashville FC (NPSL) 2-0
REPLAY
Vanderbilt Soccer/Lacrosse Complex; Nashville, Tenn.

Central Region

Date Game (home team listed first) Result Venue
May 16 Tulsa Roughnecks FC (USL) vs. FC Wichita (NPSL) 3-4
REPLAY
Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium; Tulsa, Okla.
May 16 Duluth FC (NPSL) vs. Saint Louis FC (USL) 0-2
REPLAY
Public Schools Stadium; Duluth, Minn.
May 16 NTX Rayados (Texas) vs. OKC Energy FC (USL) 5-2 a.e.t.
REPLAY
Richland Community College (Field 10); Dallas, Texas
May 16 Midland-Odessa Sockers FC (NPSL) vs. San Antonio FC (USL) 0-4
REPLAY
Grande Communications Stadium; Midland, Texas
May 16 Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC (USL) vs. FC Denver (Colo.) 3-2
RECAP
Weidner Field; Colorado Springs, Colo.

West Region

Date Game (home team listed first) Result Venue
May 16* Sacramento Republic FC (USL) vs. San Francisco City FC (PDL) 3-1
RECAP
Hornet Soccer Field (Sacrament State Univ.); Sacramento, Calif.
May 16 Sporting AZ FC (Ariz.) vs. Phoenix Rising FC (USL) 1-1 (5-4 PKs)
REPLAY
Chandler-Gilbert Community College; Chandler, Ariz.
May 16 Fresno FC (USL) vs. Orange County FC (NPSL) 2-0
RECAP
Lamonica Stadium; Clovis, Calif.
May 16 Orange County SC (USL) vs. FC Golden State Force (PDL) 2-4
REPLAY
Orange County Great Park – Championship Soccer Stadium; Irvine, Calif.
May 16 Reno 1868 FC (USL) vs. Portland Timbers U23 (PDL) 7-3
REPLAY
Greater Nevada Field; Reno, Nev.
May 16 Las Vegas Lights FC (USL) vs. FC Tucson (PDL) 4-2
REPLAY
Peter Johann Soccer Field; Las Vegas, Nev.

* Venue and time changed April 24

First Round - Match Center

Northeast Region

Date Game Result Venue
May 9 AFC Ann Arbor (NPSL) vs. Ocean City Nor'easters (PDL) 0-3
REPLAY
Scicluna Field (Eastern Michigan Univ.); Ypsilanti, Mich.
May 9 Western Mass Pioneers (PDL) vs. Elm City Express (NPSL) 1-2
REPLAY
Lusitano Stadium; Ludlow, Mass.
May 9 FC Motown (NPSL) vs. New York Red Bulls U23 (PDL) 2-1
REPLAY
Ranger Stadium (Drew University); Madison, N.J.
May 9 Reading United AC (PDL) vs. Christos FC (Md.) 1-1 (5-4 PKs)
REPLAY
Alvernia University Stadium; Reading, Pa.
May 9 Erie Commodores FC (NPSL) vs. Rochester River Dogz (N.Y.) 1-1 (5-4 PKs) 
REPLAY
Gannon University Field; Erie, Pa.
May 9 Seacoast United Phantoms (PDL) vs. Kendall Wanderers (Mass.) 2-2 (7-6 PKs) RECAP Seacoast United Sports Park; Amesbury, Mass.
May 9 Detroit City FC (NPSL) vs. Michigan Bucks (PDL) 1-1 (5-4 PKs) REPLAY Keyworth Stadium; Hamtramck, Mich.
May 9 Brooklyn Italians (NPSL) vs. Lansdowne Bhoys FC (N.Y.)
0-2
REPLAY
Long Island University Brooklyn Athletic Facility; Brooklyn, N.Y.
May 9 Long Island Rough Riders (PDL) vs. Kingston Stockade FC (NPSL)
6-3 a.e.t.
REPLAY
John Burns Park; Massapequa Park, N.Y.

Southeast Region

Date Game Result Venue
May 9 SIMA Aguilas (PDL) vs. Jacksonville Armada (NPSL) 0-2 REPLAY Montverde Academy; Montverde, Fla.
May 9 Charlotte Eagles (PDL) vs. Inter Nashville FC (NPSL) 1-6 REPLAY Mecklenburg County Sportsplex; Matthews, N.C.
May 9 Miami FC 2 (NPSL) vs. Red Force FC (Fla.)
4-0 REPLAY FIU Soccer Stadium; Miami, Fla.
May 9 Myrtle Beach Mutiny (PDL) vs. South Georgia Tormenta FC (PDL) 1-2 REPLAY North Myrtle Beach Sports Park (Field 1); Little River, S.C.
May 9 Miami United FC (NPSL) vs. FC Kendall (Fla.) 5-2 REPLAY Ted Hendricks Stadium; Hialeah, Fla.
May 9 New Orleans Jesters (NPSL) vs. Mississippi Brilla FC (PDL) 1-1 (2-3 PKs) REPLAY Pan American Stadium; New Orleans, La.

Central Region

Date Game Result Venue
May 9 FC Wichita (NPSL) vs. OKC Energy U23 (PDL) 3-1 REPLAY Trinity Academy; Wichita, Kan.
May 9 Duluth FC (NPSL) vs. Dakota Fusion FC (NPSL) 4-4 (3-0 PKs) REPLAY James S. Malosky Stadium; Duluth, Minn.
May 9 Midland-Odessa Sockers FC (NPSL) vs. Lakeland Tropics (PDL) 3-0 REPLAY Grande Communications Stadium; Midland, Texas
May 9 NTX Rayados (Texas) vs. Fort Worth Vaqueros (NPSL) 2-1 a.e.t.
REPLAY
Richland Community College (Field 10); Dallas, Texas
May 9 FC Denver (Colo.) vs. Azteca FC (Colo.) 4-2 REPLAY North Stadium; Westminster, Colo.

West Region

Date Game Result Venue
May 8 Portland Timbers U23 (PDL) vs. Kitsap Pumas (NPSL) 5-0
REPLAY
McCulloch Stadium; Salem, Ore.
May 9 CD Aguiluchos USA (NPSL) vs. San Francisco City FC (PDL) 0-4 REPLAY Raimondi Park; Oakland, Calif.
May 9 FC Golden State Force (PDL) vs. L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) 3-1 REPLAY Rio Hondo College; Whittier, Calif.
May 9 Orange County FC (NPSL) vs. Santa Ana Winds FC (Calif.) 3-0 REPLAY Orange County Great Park – Championship Soccer Stadium; Irvine, Calif.
May 9 FC Arizona (NPSL) vs. Sporting AZ FC (Ariz.) 0-1 REPLAY John Riggs Stadium; Mesa, Ariz.
May 9 FC Tucson (PDL) vs. La Máquina FC (Calif.) 2-1 REPLAY Kino North Stadium; Tucson, Ariz.

Play-In Round - Match Center

Date Game Time Venue
May The Villages SC (PDL) vs. Jacksonville Armada (NPSL) 1-2
REPLAY
Southern Oak Stadium (Jacksonville Univ.); Jacksonville, Fla.
May 6 FC Miami City (PDL) vs. Miami FC 2 (NPSL) 1-3  REPLAY Tropical Park Stadium; Miami, Fla.
May 6 Brooklyn Italians (NPSL) vs. New York Cosmos B (NPSL) 3-2  REPLAY Long Island University Brooklyn Athletic Facility; Brooklyn, N.Y.

2018 LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP OPEN DIVISION LOCAL QUALIFYING SCHEDULE

Third Qualifying Round

Northeast Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

Nov. 18

Mass United FC (Mass.) vs. Kendall Wanderers (Mass.)

1-2

Dilboy Stadium; Somerville, Mass.

Nov. 18

Lansdowne Bhoys FC (N.Y.) vs. Junior Lone Star U23s (Pa.)

3-1

Tibbetts Brooke Park; Yonkers, N.Y.

Nov. 19

Christos FC (Md.) vs. Phoenix Soccer Club (Pa.)

5-1

Anne Arundel Community College; Arnold, Md.

Nov. 19

Rochester River Dogz (N.Y.) vs. Stegman's Soccer Club (Minn.)

2-1

Thornell Farm Park Turf Field; Pittsford, N.Y.

Southeast Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

Nov. 18&

Nashville United (Tenn.) vs. FC Kendall (Fla.)

2-4

E.B. Rose Park; Nashville, Tenn.

Nov. 18

NTX Rayados (Texas) vs. Motagua New Orleans (La.)

2-1

Premier Park; Balch Springs, Texas

Nov. 19

Red Force FC (Fla.) vs. South Florida FC (Fla.)

2-1 (a.e.t.)

Kendall Soccer Park; Miami, Fla.

Mountain Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

Nov. 18

FC Denver (Colo.) vs. Indios Denver FC (Colo.)

2-0 (a.e.t.)

Aurora Sports Park; Aurora, Colo.

Nov. 18

Harpos FC (Colo.) vs. Azteca FC (Colo.)

3-4

Broomfield County Commons Park - Stadium Field; Broomfield, Colo.

Nov. 18

Sporting AZ FC (Ariz.) vs. Galati FC (Ariz.)

6-1

Chandler-Gilbert Community College; Chandler, Ariz.

Pacific Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

Nov. 18

Santa Ana Winds FC (Calif.) vs. San Pedro Monsters FC (Calif.)

4-1

Lake Forest Sports Park; Lake Forest, Calif.

Nov. 19

El Farolito (Calif.) vs. Cal Victory FC (Calif.)

8-0

Boxer Stadium; San Francisco, Calif.

Nov. 19

Chula Vista FC (Calif.) vs. La Máquina FC (Calif.)

1-4

Chula Vista Elite Training Center; Chula Vista, Calif.

Nov. 19

Buena Park FC (Calif.) vs. L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.)

0-4

Orange County Great Park – Championship Stadium Field, Irvine, Calif.

Second Qualifying Round

Northeast Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

None Rochester River Dogz (N.Y.) vs. Ann Arbor FC (Mich.) 1-0 (forfeit) None (Ann Arbor FC withdrew Oct. 19)
Oct. 21 GPS Omens (Mass.) vs. Kendall Wanderers (Mass.) 2-2 (4-5 PKs) Hillside School Field, Marlborough, Mass.
Oct. 21 Mass United FC (Mass.) vs. Safira FC (Mass.) 2-0 Hormel Stadium; Medford, Mass.
Oct. 21 West Chester United (Pa.) vs. Phoenix Soccer Club (Pa.) 0-1 West Chester United Turf Field; West Chester, Pa.
Oct. 22 Aurora Borealis Soccer Club (Ill.) vs. Stegman's Soccer Club (Minn.) 2-3 (a.e.t.) Ohio Moose Sports Complex; Mooseheart, Ill.
Oct. 22 Christos FC (Md.) vs. Izee Auto FC (Md.) 1-0 (a.e.t.) Anne Arundel Community College; Arnold, Md.
Oct. 22 United German Hungarians (Pa.) vs. Junior Lone Star U23s (Pa.) 2-3 United German Hungarian Club; Oakford, Pa.
Oct. 22 New York Pancyprian Freedoms (N.Y.) vs. Lansdowne Bhoys FC (N.Y.) 0-0 (3-4 PKs) Belson Stadium (St. John’s Univ.); Jamaica, N.Y.

Southeast Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

Oct. 21 Celtic Cowboys Premier (Texas) vs. NTX Rayados (Texas) 1-4 Onion Creek Soccer Complex; Austin, Texas
Oct. 22 Miami Nacional SC (Fla.) vs. Red Force FC (Fla.) 0-4 (abandoned 44th min. by Miami)
Ives Estates Park; Miami, Fla.
Oct. 22 Nashville United (Tenn.) vs. Majestic Soccer Club (Ga.) 3-0 Richard Siegel Soccer Park - Stadium Field; Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Oct. 22 South Florida FC (Fla.) vs. Boca Raton Football Club (Fla.) 5-1 Brian Piccolo Park; Cooper City, Fla.
Oct. 22 Cajun Soccer Club (La.) vs. Motagua New Orleans (La.) 1-3 Moore Park; Lafayette, La.
Oct. 22 Orlando Storm (Fla.) vs. FC Kendall (Fla.) 0-4 Lake Myrtle Sports Complex; Auburndale, Fla.

Mountain Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

Oct. 21 Azteca FC (Colo.) vs. Colorado Rush (Colo.) 3-2 Aurora Public Schools Stadium; Aurora, Colo.
Oct. 21 FC Denver (Colo.) vs. Fort Collins United (Colo.) 1-0 Aurora Sports Park; Aurora, Colo.
Oct. 21 Ojuelos Jalisco (Ariz.) vs. Galati FC (Ariz.) 1-6 Desert West Sports Complex; Phoenix, Ariz.
Oct. 21 Sporting AZ FC (Ariz.) vs. Inter EmpireWorks FC (Ariz.) 3-1 Phoenix Rising Stadium; Scottsdale, Ariz.
Oct. 22 Colorado Springs FC (Colo.) vs. Harpos FC (Colo.) 1-2 (a.e.t.) Grace Center for Athletics; Colorado Springs, Colo.
Oct. 22 Indios Denver FC (Colo.) vs. IPS/Marathon Taverna (Ore.) 4-2 Englewood High School Stadium; Englewood, Colo.

Pacific Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

None L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) vs. Vanquish FC (Calif.) 1-0 (forfeit) None (Vanquish FC withdrew Oct. 16)
Oct. 21 La Máquina FC (Calif.) vs. Las Vegas Mobsters FC (Nev.) 1-0 (forfeit) Valley High School; Santa Ana, Calif.
Oct. 21 Valley United SC (Calif.) vs. Chula Vista FC (Calif.) 0-1 Heritage High School; North Hills, Calif.
Oct. 21 San Pedro Monsters FC (Calif.) vs. SFV Scorpions (Calif.) 4-0 Banning H.S. Soccer Stadium; Wilmington, Calif.
Oct. 21 Santa Ana Winds FC (Calif.) vs. Newcastle United FC (Calif.) 6-0 Lake Forest Sports Park; Lake Forest, Calif.
Oct. 22 El Farolito (Calif.) vs. Academica Soccer Club (Calif.) 5-0 Boxer Stadium; San Francisco, Calif.
Oct. 22 Buena Park FC (Calif.) vs. Santa Clarita Storm (Calif.) 3-1 John F. Kennedy High School; La Palma, Calif.
Oct. 22 Cal Victory FC (Calif.) vs. Davis Legacy SC (Calif.) 4-2 Casa Grande High School; Petaluma, Calif.

First Qualifying Round

Northeast Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

None Carpathia FC (Mich.) vs. Ann Arbor FC (Mich.) 0-1 (forfeit) None (Carpathia FC withdrew Sept. 12)
None Santa Fe Wanderers KC (Kan.) vs. Stegman's Soccer Club (Minn.) 0-1 (forfeit) None (Santa Fe Wanders KC withdrew Sept. 19)
None Aurora Borealis Soccer Club (Ill.) vs. United Serbian Soccer Club (Wis.) 1-0 (forfeit) None (United Serbian Soccer Club withdrew Sept. 23)
Sept. 23 Unations FC (Mass.) vs. Safira FC (Mass.) 1-5 Burncoat High School; Worcester, Mass.
Sept. 23 Kendall Wanderers (Mass.) vs. Boston Siege FC (Mass.) 5-2 Danehy Park; Cambridge, Mass.
Sept. 23 Lynn United (Mass.) vs. GPS Omens (Mass.) 3-8 Manning Stadium; Lynn, Mass.
Sept. 23 Southie FC (Mass.) vs. Mass United FC (Mass.) 3-3 (3-4 PKs) Medford High School; Medford, Mass.
Sept. 23 Salone FC (Pa.) vs. Junior Lone Star U23s (Pa.) 1-3 West Chester United Turf Field; West Chester, Pa.
Sept. 23 West Chester United (Pa.) vs. Junior Lone Star FC (Pa.) 4-2 West Chester United Turf Field; West Chester, Pa.
Sept. 24 New York Pancyprian Freedoms (N.Y.) vs. Newtown Pride FC (Conn.) 2-1 Belson Stadium (St. John’s Univ.); Jamaica, N.Y.
Sept. 24 NLS Graduates (Md.) vs. Izee Auto FC (Md.) 1-3 (a.e.t.) Banner Field at Latrobe Park; Baltimore, Md.
Sept. 24 Christos FC (Md.) vs. Aegean Hawks FC (Md.) 3-0 Troy Park - Field 4; Elkridge, Md.
Sept. 24 Phoenix Soccer Club (Pa.) vs. Upper Darby FC (Pa.) 3-0 Phoenix Sports Club; Trevose, Pa.
Sept. 24 Vereinigung Erzgebirge (Pa.) vs. United German Hungarians (Pa.) 1-2 (a.e.t.) Vereinigung Erzgebirge Clubhouse; Warminster, Pa.
Sept. 24 Tartan Devils Oak Avalon (Pa.) vs. Rochester River Dogz (N.Y.) 1-2 Rooney Field (Duquesne Univ.); Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sept. 24 Jackson Lions FC (N.J.) vs. Lansdowne Bhoys FC (N.Y.) 1-2 Jackson Justice Complex; Jackson, N.J.

Southeast Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

Sept. 23 Majestic Soccer Club (Ga.) vs. Lowcountry United (S.C.) 2-0 Atlanta United Training Ground; Marietta, Ga.
Sept. 23 Central Texas Lobos (Texas) vs. NTX Rayados (Texas) 0-2 Gregg-Clarke Park; Kyle, Texas
Sept. 23 Austin Real Cuauhtemoc (Texas) vs. Celtic Cowboys Premier (Texas) 2-3 McMasters Athletic Complex; Georgetown, Texas
Sept. 23 Hurricane FC (Fla.) vs. Boca Raton Football Club (Fla.) 3-4 Seacrest Soccer Complex - Field 1; Delray Beach, Fla.
None Miami Wolves FC (Fla.) vs. Miami Nacional SC (Fla.) 0-1 (forfeit) None (Miami Wolves FC withdrew Sept. 24)
Sept. 24 FC Ginga (Fla.) vs. Red Force FC (Fla.) 1-8 Barry University; Miami Shores, Fla.
Sept. 24 South Florida FC (Fla.) vs. Miami United FC U23 (Fla.) 3-1 Brian Piccolo Park; Cooper City, Fla.
Sept. 24 Orlando Storm (Fla.) vs. InterUnited AC (Fla.) 0-0 (4-3 PKs) UCF Soccer & Track Complex; Orlando, Fla.
Sept. 24 Gaffa FC (Miss.) vs. Motagua New Orleans (La.) 1-4 Freedom Ridge Stadium; Ridgeland, Miss.
Sept. 24 Leu Blacks FC (Fla.) vs. FC Kendall (Fla.) 0-11 Amelia Earhart Park Field 5; Hialeah, Fla.

First Round Bye: Cajun Soccer Club (La.), Nashville United (Tenn.)

Mountain Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

Sept. 23 Gam United FC (Colo.) vs. FC Denver (Colo.) 0-3 Aurora Public Schools Stadium; Aurora, Colo.
Sept. 23 Azteca FC (Colo.) vs. Denver Metro FC (Colo.) 2-0 Aurora Public Schools Stadium; Aurora, Colo.
Sept. 23 Chiapas FC (Ariz.) vs. Inter EmpireWorks FC (Ariz.) 0-9 Desert West Sports Complex - Field 1; Phoenix, Ariz.
Sept. 23 Ojuelos Jalisco (Ariz.) vs. ALLSTARS SC (Ariz.) 4-0 Desert West Sports Complex - Synthetic Field; Phoenix, Ariz.
Sept. 24 FC Boulder (Colo.) vs. Harpos FC (Colo.) 2-2 (5-6 PKs) Fairview High School; Boulder, Colo.
Sept. 24 Indios Denver FC (Colo.) vs. FC Union Jerez (Colo.) 6-2 Englewood High School Stadium; Englewood, Colo.
Sept. 24 Colorado Springs FC (Colo.) vs. Colorado Rovers (Colo.) 2-0 Grace Center for Athletics; Colorado Springs, Colo.
Sept. 24 Colorado Rush (Colo.) vs. Club El Azul (Colo.) 2-1 (a.e.t.) Shea Stadium; Highlands Ranch, Colo.
Sept. 24 Fort Collins United (Colo.) vs. FC Greeley (Colo.) 5-1 Loveland Sports Park; Loveland, Colo.

First Round Bye: Galati FC (Ariz.), Sporting AZ FC (Ariz.)

Pacific Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result

Venue

None Valley United SC (Calif.) vs. Los Angeles SC (Calif.) 1-0 (forfeit) None (Los Angeles SC withdrew Sept. 22)
Sept. 23 Davis Legacy SC (Calif.) vs. Western Nevada Futbol Club (Nev.) 2-0 Davis Legacy Soccer Complex; Davis, Calif.
Sept. 23 Academica Soccer Club (Calif.) vs. Oakland Pamperos (Calif.) 1-0 Academica Fields; Turlock, Calif.
Sept. 23 Dynamos FC (Calif.) vs. El Farolito (Calif.) 0-3 Dougherty Valley High School; San Ramon, Calif.
Sept. 23 Las Vegas Mobsters FC (Nev.) vs. Pacific Side FC (Calif.) 3-2 Kellogg-Zaher Soccer Complex; Las Vegas, Nev.
Sept. 23 Santa Ana Winds FC (Calif.) vs. Outbreak FC (Calif.) 5-2 Lake Forest Sports Park; Lake Forest, Calif.
Sept. 23 IPS/Marathon Taverna (Ore.) vs. Boise FC Cutthroats (Idaho) 3-2 (a.e.t.) Rob Strasser Memorial Field; Portland, Ore.
Sept. 23 Bell Gardens FC (Calif.) vs. La Máquina FC (Calif.) 0-5 John Anson Ford Park; Bell Gardens, Calif.
Sept. 23 Real San Jose (Calif.) vs. Cal Victory FC (Calif.) 2-3 PAL Stadium; San Jose, Calif.
Sept. 23 Vanquish FC (Calif.) vs. C.F. Cachorros USA (Calif.) 3-2 (a.e.t.) Great Park, Main Stadium; Irvine, Calif.
Sept. 24 UFA Hawks L.A. (Calif.) vs. Santa Clarita Storm (Calif.) 0-5 Los Angeles City College; Los Angeles, Calif.
Sept. 24 Buena Park FC (Calif.) vs. Newport FC (Calif.) 3-0 John F. Kennedy High School; La Palma, Calif.
Sept. 24 SFV Scorpions (Calif.) vs. AC Brea Steaua United (Calif.) 3-1 Alemany High School; Mission Hills, Calif.
Sept. 24 Newcastle United FC (Calif.) vs. Del Rey City SC (Calif.) 13-0 SilverLakes Sports Complex; Norco, Calif.
Sept. 24 Strikers FC South Coast (Calif.) vs. Chula Vista FC (Calif.) 1-5 Lake Forest Sports Park; Lake Forest, Calif.
Sept. 24 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) vs. Real Sociedad Royals (Calif.) 6-1 John Anson Ford Park; Bell Gardens, Calif.
Sept. 24 San Pedro Monsters FC (Calif.) vs. Fontana International SC (Calif.) 4-0 Banning H.S. Soccer Stadium; Wilmington, Calif.
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