FC Cincinnati earned its ninth win in 14 US Open Cup matches and the club’s first at TQL Stadium.
FC Cincinnati eliminates former league rivals 2-1 on a 104th minute header by Kekuta Manneh.
After last year’s historic run to the quarterfinals and a roster built to compete again this year, FC Cincinnati’s run in the 2018 U.S. Open Cup came to an abrupt end in the fourth round, falling 3-1 via penalty shootout after a scoreless regulation to Minnesota United.
It took FC Cincinnati until the 117th minute of added extra time to break through, but the USL club found a goal off the head of returning forward Djiby Fall and put away the reigning NPSL champion AFC Cleveland.
San Antonio avoided being the 8th upset victim of the Des Moines Menace with a 2-1 comeback victory.
Up until just a few weeks ago, Outbreak SC didn’t practice. As of last week, the club had only ever had three practices in 10 years. Yet somehow, this group of friends from the Orange County, Calif.-area has won five division titles in the last six years and are gearing up for a first round US Open Cup match Wednesday against Seattle Sounders U23s.
Two of New Jersey’s most successful soccer organizations found themselves going head-to-head in the opening round of the 2016 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup open division qualifying tournament.
With a late start due to the sky unleashing watery hell on Indianapolis’ Carroll Stadium, another USL-NASL matchup ended in dramatic fashion as Louisville City FC scored a pair of goals in added extra time to upset Indy Eleven, 2-0.
Though they were the home team, the Michigan Bucks were forced to face a hostile crowd as Detroit City and their faithful caravaned 30 minutes north to the Ultimate Soccer Arenas in Pontiac, Mich. Despite the noise, the Bucks still easily dispatched many Open Cup watchers’ sentimental favorite with a 3-0 victory. Now in Round […]
The rivalry between West Virginia and Pittsburgh area sports fans ran deep. Through the college football series ended a few years ago, soccer picked up the mantle tonight as the West Virginia Chaos took on and defeated the NPSL’s Fort Pitt Regiment 1-0 at Charleston’s Schoenbaum Stadium.