(This story was originally published by Once A Metro on Aug. 12, 2021) On a frigid November night at Tibbetts Brook Park last year, Lansdowne Yonkers FC defeated Kelemdni FC NY, 4-0, in the first round of the Eastern New York State Soccer Association Amateur Cup. Ten months, eight games, and over 800 miles later, ten Bhoys stood tall […]
Cal FC, the team best known for their upset of the Portland Timbers back in 2012, is back in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup after a 2-1 win over fellow Southern California UPSL side Oxnard Guerreros.
Lights head coach Eric Wynalda’s former team put up a valiant fight, but an early 15th minute goal by Lights forward Sammy Ochoa, and an even quicker 50th minute goal by Victor Rojas proved too much for a scrappy Cal FC team to overcome.
To open up the first round of play of the U.S. Open Cup, Cal FC made easy work of FC Mulhouse Portland as they cruised to a 5-1 victory.
Cal FC outclassed Santa Ana Winds FC by a score of 4-1 on Sunday at the Lake Forest Sports Park. The win sent Cal FC back to the Open Cup for the first time since 2015, and Winds FC back to the drawing board.
Cal FC defeated Cal United in penalty kicks by a score of 7-6 after a 1-1 draw on a cold and rainy night at the Orange County Great Park Soccer Complex in Irvine, Calif.
After they suffered a 3-1 loss to Cal FC in the tournament’s opening round on Saturday, Sept. 22, San Nicolas FC has filed a protest.
At least five teams either fielded an ineligible player or had one on their gameday roster during the first or second rounds of the tournament. However, only two of the teams were discovered in time to file a protest.
The Los Angeles Wolves got a pair of first half goals from Sam Higgins to earn a 2-1 win over Cal FC in the second round of the 2016 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup qualifying tournament.
TJ Fairchild scored two goals and Max Madrigal had a goal and two assists as Cal FC advanced to a second-round qualifying date with the Los Angeles Wolves on Nov. 21.