In front of their rain-soaked home fans at Heartland Value Fund Stadium in Glendale, Wis., Bavarian United won the 2022 USASA Amateur Cup title on Sunday.
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 […]
Forward Madison rode first-half goals from Brandon Eaton and Jiro Barriga Toyama to a comfortable 2-0 victory in chilly, windy conditions at Uihlein Soccer Park before a crowd of about 400.
Call them professionally amateur. Milwaukee’s Bavarian SC has long been among the country’s top amateur clubs – their crest is packed with eight stars, each representing a national championship won by the club founded by German immigrants in 1929 as Fussball Club Bayern and re-named in 1956.
Bavarians, who previously won the title in 1976, 2001, 2002 and 2003, qualified for the 2019 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup with the victory. It will be the seventh time in the Modern Era (1995-present) that the club has qualified for the Open Cup.
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Veteran Jason Willan came through for the Eagles once again, curling in a shot from 14 yards out in the 50th minute as the Eagles got past Bavarian SC 1-0 at Croatian Park in Franklin.
Only two clubs entered the 2013 Wisconsin Open Cup. But they’re two clubs with rich histories, both recent and otherwise.
The very first Semifinal round of the US Open Cup (then called the National Challenge Cup) saw a pair of Brooklyn teams reach the Final. On April 18, the Brooklyn Field Club, which finished first in the National Association Football League, defeated New Bedford FC 2-1, on two goals by Hall of Famer Robert Millar, after Beckton had given the New Englanders a 1-0 lead. Both teams played much of the game with ten men each, after Clark of Brooklyn and Chadwick of New Bedford were sent off in the 35th minute for fighting.
Kyle Ingold scored with about 15 minutes remaining to snap a tie, then added an insurance goal by drawing and converting a last-minute penalty kick as the Milwaukee Kickers knocked off Bavarian SC 3-1 in the 2010 Wisconsin Open Cup final on Wednesday night in Milwaukee.