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More than MLS: The Importance of Lower-Division Teams to the US Open Cup and Growing US Soccer

By Patrick Salkeld

Every year soccer fans experience the US Open Cup, the oldest soccer tournament in the United States. It started in October 1913 after FIFA sanctioned the American Amateur Football Association (AAFA), which renamed itself United States Football Association (USFA) that year and is now the United States Soccer Federation (USSF or US Soccer). 3,064 more words


Who Are We Penalizing?: The players, the fans, or both?

By Kirsten Arpin // @Kirsten_Hoogs

US Open Cup match

Tuesday, July 11: 3-0 Win

Would you call this a penalty?

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— Sporting Kansas City (@SportingKC) …

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Do You Believe in Magic?

By Sylvana Budesheim // @WhiteZinWench

Thursday, July 13: 0-1 Win (US Open Cup Quarterfinals)

In my last article, I mentioned how hard it has been for the… 542 more words


FC Cincinnati, Miami FC U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal rescheduled for August 2nd

Fans of FC Cincinnati and Miami FC will need to wait a while longer for their much-anticipated U.S. Open Cup match.

The match, which was rained out on Wednesday night due to severe thunderstorms in the Miami area, has been rescheduled for August 2nd at 7:30 p.m., … 147 more words


Sporting Kansas City, winner of FC Cincinnati, Miami FC to host U.S. Open Cup semifinals

The magical run of either FC Cincinnati or Miami FC will continue in the U.S. Open Cup semifinals, and no matter who wins, they’ll be returning home next round. 231 more words


Wright-Phillips dagger sends Red Bulls to U.S. Open Cup semifinals

The New York Red Bulls advanced to the semifinal of the U.S. Open Cup for the first time since 2003, while winning back-to-back games in New England against the Revolution for the first time ever. 390 more words

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The US Open Cup Gives Clubs From Lower Divisions Real Relevance

I think more than any other sport, soccer is capable of bringing the world together as one community. In soccer, any team in the world has the potential to play on some of the world’s grandest stages, from the pro club an hour away to the amateur team just down the road. 418 more words