While FC Cincinnati’s roster has completely changed since the heyday of its USL Championship rivalry, Louisville City has retained a contingent of players well-versed in the intensity of this matchup.
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Louisville City managed to edge out a hard-fought 1-0 win over Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup newcomers Lexington Sporting Club on Wednesday night, sealing their spot in the Third Round of the competition.
Nashville SC advances to the Quarterfinals of the US Open Cup for the first time in club history with a 2-1 comeback road win over Louisville City
Detroit City FC and Louisville City FC may now be competitors in the USL Championship, but it’s been a while since meeting in the US Open Cup. Much like 2016 when the teams last met in Cup play, Louisville City advanced on penalties to the Round of 16 after a 1-1 draw with host Detroit, […]
Louisville City, with their former head coach John Hackworth on the opposite sideline, defeated St. Louis CITY 2, 9-8 in penalty kicks after a scoreless draw
In the first US Open Cup game at Lynn Family Stadium, Louisville City edged Chattanooga Red Wolves, 1-0
FC Cincinnati eliminates former league rivals 2-1 on a 104th minute header by Kekuta Manneh.
Brian Ownby helped spark Louisville City’s offense and eventually earned his side a penalty kick in the 90th minute that centerback Sean Totsch stepped up and calmly scored to give Louisville City a 1-0 win over Birmingham Legion in the Third Round of the US Open Cup
With goals from Abdou Mbacke Thiam, George Davis IV, and Sunny Jane, Louisville City FC comfortably defeated USL League Two side Reading United AC 3-0 in front of 1,468 fans at Lynn Stadium on the campus of the University of Louisville.
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