Cal FC, the team best known for their upset of the Portland Timbers back in 2012, is back in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup after a 2-1 win over fellow Southern California UPSL side Oxnard Guerreros.
2019 US Open Cup
Goals from a trio of former pros helped the Olympic Club, a social club in the Bay Area that dates back more than a century, secure a win to qualify for the 2020 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
Miami United cruised into the 2020 US Open Cup with a comprehensive 4-0 win over Delray Beach’s Hurricane FC.
Mohamed “James” Sesay’s hat trick was the difference as NTX Rayados defeated Celtic Cowboys Premier to qualify for their ninth consecutive Lamar Hunt US Open Cup; a Modern Era (1995-Present) record for an Open Division Local side.
In a “Win & You’re In” match for the 2020 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup in Lafayette, La., Louisiana Krewe FC topped visitors Livonia City FC 1-0 to qualify for the tournament for the first time.
On a rainy night in the capital city of Columbia, S.C., Nashville United came to town, beat Soda City FC Sorinex to become the first Tennessee-based Open Division Local team to qualify for the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup in the tournament’s Modern Era.
For the first time in more than a decade, TheCup.us has awarded a player who did not win the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup the Player of the Tournament award. The competition’s top goalscorer, Minnesota United midfielder Darwin Quintero, has been voted the 2019 TheCup.us Player of the Tournament The award is voted on by […]
The voting is conducted by TheCup.us staff, a select panel from the North American Soccer Reporters, and patrons who’ve pledged $10 or more to the TheCup.us on Patreon.
It was a very tight vote as conducted by TheCup.us staff, a select panel from the North American Soccer Reporters, and members of TheCup.us’s Patreon team that pledge $10 or more.
The award is voted on by TheCup.us staff and a select panel from the North American Soccer Reporters and select backers (those that pledge $10 or more) from TheCup.us’ Patreon team.