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Saint Louis FC
With the win, Atlanta United becomes the first Georgia-based club to reach the US Open Cup Semifinals since Datagraphics advanced to the final four in 1981.
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With the win, Saint Louis FC advances as they become the first St. Louis team to reach the Quarterfinals since Scott Gallagher in 1993.
Saint Louis FC reached the fifth round of the US open Cup with a stunning 2-1 victory over Chicago Fire at Harlen C. Hunter Stadium in St Charles.
For the first time in the club’s five-year history, Saint Louis FC earned a regulation win over a professional team in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. In Wednesday night’s Third Round match, Russell Ciccerone scored a 72nd minute goal to help Saint Louis FC pull away from USL League One side Forward Madison FC, […]
Three red cards and twelve yellow cards were handed out in Des Moines as Saint Louis FC defeated Des Moines Menace on penalty kicks 3-1 after a 1-1 draw through 120 minutes.
With the prize a likely opportunity to challenge a Major League Soccer side next in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, it took a major-league type of strike to seal a Louisville City FC 1-0 victory over Saint Louis FC in a Third Round match Wednesday.
The second division club from Fenton, Missouri, ventured north to Duluth and delivered a fatal blow to the Bluegreens’ Open Cup aspirations in a midweek interleague clash at Public School Stadium.
Chicago got the upper hand in its sporting rivalry with St. Louis as the Fire took a 1-0 win over St. Louis FC in a fourth-round US Open Cup match before a 5,786 crowd at Toyota Stadium Wednesday night.