The New England Revolution celebrated the 20th anniversary of the opening of Gillette Stadium in style, routing Cincinnati FC 5-1 in Round 4 of the US Open Cup that saw Carles Gil score the first hat trick in the history of the competition for his club. Cincinnati opened the scoring in the 12th minute, when […]
FC Cincinnati earned its ninth win in 14 US Open Cup matches and the club’s first at TQL Stadium.
With the win, Saint Louis FC advances as they become the first St. Louis team to reach the Quarterfinals since Scott Gallagher in 1993.
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.
FC Cincinnati will have a chance at big game hunting once again, as their 3-1 victory against fellow USL side Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC saw them advance in the Third Round of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
Detroit City FC battled valiantly against the United Soccer League side FC Cincinnati for 90 minutes to a 1-1 draw in the US Open Cup. Unfortunately for the underdogs from the Motor City, the cup match went an additional 30 minutes, and FC Cincinnati rallied to score three in extra time to defeat the NPSL club 4-1.
FC Cincinnati, who broke multiple US Open Cup attendance records last year, announced that they will host their Second Round match on May 16 at the University of Cincinnati’s Gettler Stadium, a soccer stadium that will have a capacity of less than 3,000.
The award is voted on by the staff at TheCup.us and a select panel from the North American Soccer Reporters.
For the first time in club history, the Red Bulls overcame a two-goal deficit in the US Open Cup and reached the championship game for the first time since 2003.