The USASA National Amateur Cup Finals kicked off with the semifinals on Saturday Aug. 6 at Heartland Value Fund Stadium in Glendale, Wisconsin. Winners from each of the four regions gathered to compete for a spot in the USASA National Amateur Final on Sunday. Two quality contests saw Northern Virginia FC and hosts Milwaukee Bavarian […]
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Florida’s Red Force, North Texas Rayados emerge from USASA Region III tourney, qualify for 2013 US Open Cup
USASA Region III, representing most of the southern part of the United States, has submitted their two entries for the 100th edition of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
USASA clubs meet in Chicago for National Championships
Can’t wait for the US Open Cup Final and want some more related tournament action? Well, if you are a fan of the US Open Cup and live in the greater Chicago area, be sure to check out the conclusion of the USASA’s Open Cup National Championship featuring the four regional champions that were among the USASA entries into the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
Meet the USASA: Class of 2012
Welcome to our continuing series of Meet the USASA features where we annually profile the clubs representing the United States Adult Soccer Association in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. Advancing from the four regional tournaments, these often unknown clubs have great stories to tell and each year, our goal is to allow fans to get to know them as they attempt to become this year’s Cinderella story. Also check out our bonus feature, a profile of the first-ever US Club Soccer entry, Stanislaus United Turlock Express.
2012 US Open Cup First Round: Laredo Heat get by valiant ASC New Stars, 4-2 in OT
In a showdown of two Texas clubs, powerhouses in their leagues, familiar with one another through player movement, it was no surprise that it came down to overtime to decide the outcome. The Laredo Heat prevailed, 4-2 in extra time, over a valiant ASC New Stars side that fought well after being reduced to 10 men.
2012 Meet The USASA: ASC New Stars from Houston, TX
Welcome to our continuing series of Meet the USASA features where we annually profile the clubs representing the United States Adult Soccer Association in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. Advancing from the four regional tournaments, these often unknown clubs have great stories to tell and each year, our goal is to allow fans to get to know them as they attempt to become this year’s Cinderella story.
USASA Region III tournament updates: ASC New Stars, NTX Rayados clinch US Open Cup berths
Follow updates from Saturday’s action on Twitter @USOpenCup
2011 US Open Cup FC Dallas bracket preview: Orlando City at Charleston Battery
USL Pro foes Charleston Battery and Orlando City FC square off in the Second Round to play FC Dallas in Texas next.
2011 US Open Cup First Round: Orlando City storms past ASC New Stars 4-0
Despite a lightning delay of almost an hour and a half, the Orlando City SC made easy work of the USASA’s ASC New Stars 4-0 at the UCF Soccer Stadium in the First Round of the U.S. Open Cup.
Meet the USASA: Class of 2011
Eight teams from the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) have qualified for the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup and will attempt to become the 2011 tournament’s Cinderella story. Will we see another Dallas Roma FC run from 2006? No one knows, but once again, TheCup.us has taken the time to introduce soccer fans to these largely unknown clubs.