Azteca FC qualified for the US Open Cup for the third time in club history with a 4-3 extra time win over Colorado Super League rival Harpos FC
Harpos FC, fresh off a run of 12 straight victories in league play, edged fellow Colorado Super League side FC Union Jerez 1-0 at the Dick’s Sporting Goods Park facility.
Colorado Rush and Harpo’s FC added another chapter to their rivalry with a matchup in the 2019 US Open Cup open division local qualifying tournament
The qualifying tournament is over for the fall, as Azteca FC advances to the tournament proper for the second year in a row. They will look to improve on their one-and-done appearance in the 2017 competition.
Azteca FC will join the Colorado Rush as the only two remaining open division amateur teams from Colorado remaining in the competition.
On Saturday, Oct. 22, outside of Dick’s Sporting Good Park, the top two Colorado amateur teams line up for the right to represent the region in the 2017 US Open Cup.
Harpo’s FC shuts out the Colorado Rovers to move on to Round 2 of the 2017 US Open Cup qualifying.
For the second year in a row the Colorado Springs Switchbacks have knocked Harpo’s FC out of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
Harpo’s FC (USSSA) rides two first half goals to an away victory at Albuquerque Sol (PDL).
“We think we could win the USL right now with the players we have,” says Harpo’s FC head coach Steve Lepper.