Clent Alexander, the CEO of the NPSL’s San Diego Flash, passed away on Saturday, but not before touching the lives of the soccer community in and around his home city, but here at TheCup.us.
A source has told TheCup.us that the 2015 US Open Cup Final will be broadcast live on either Fox Sports 1 or Fox Sports 2 as part of a new deal between Fox and the United States Soccer Federation and Soccer United Marketing.
The award is voted on by the staff of TheCup.us and a select panel from the North American Soccer Reporters, but take a look at some of the notable performances and tell us who you would vote for or who deserves to be on the list in the comments.
Photographer Bob Larson was all over PPL Park in Chester, Pa. snapping pictures for us and here’s a collection of his images from the 2014 US Open Cup Final.
For fans without GolTV, the folks at KlowdTV have come to the rescue. Now, paid subscribers nationwide can watch tonight’s game live, and in high definition, on their computers, tablets and phones.