After weeks of anticipation, the two Open Division sides taking part in the 2021 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup were announced today.
FC Golden State Force
Orange County FC, who qualified for the 2019 edition of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup by finishing with one of the best records in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) in 2018, took advantage of every chance they had in Tuesday’s opening round match against FC Golden State Force.
Former Corinthians standout Allisson Faramilio of FC Golden State Force, playing in his first season in the United States, was narrowly voted TheCup.us Lower Division Player of the Tournament for the 2018 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. The award is voted on by the staff at TheCup.us and a select of panel of members from the North American Soccer Reporters.
The award is voted on by TheCup.us staff and a select panel from the North American Soccer Reporters but if YOU had a vote, which player do you think would win?
Ari Lassiter had been the forgotten man on the L.A. Galaxy’s forward depth chart until he made everyone remember that he can score goals, too.
The award is voted on by the staff at TheCup.us and a select panel from the North American Soccer Reporters.
The staff of TheCup.us and a select panel from the North American Soccer Reporters vote for the award, but if you had a vote, who would you choose?
Leaving it late, FC Golden State Force played the role of giant killer again as they took down USL expansion side Las Vegas Lights 2-1.
Orange County SC and their fans at The Championship Stadium in Irvine, Calif. were left stunned as the fourth-placed side in the Western Conference of the USL lost 4-2 to FC Golden State Force of the PDL.
Home side FC Golden State Force eased past visitors Los Angeles Wolves in the First Round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup by a score line of 3-1 Thursday evening at Rio Hondo College in Whittier, California.