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US Open Cup draw: Sounders-Timbers, NYCFC-NY Cosmos highlight possible 4th-round clashes

“What’s it going to take to make the US Open Cup as big in America, as the FA Cup is in England?”

That’s a question I’ve been asked a million times. 367 more words

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Armada FC to Host Columbus Crew If They Beat Richmond UPDATED

In a reveal show that went faster than I could tweet, the draw for the fourth round of the US Open Cup was just revealed on 120sports. 271 more words


MLS Radar: Week 11

Unfortunately I can’t fully recap a fascinating week of action in MLS. This abbreviated post will include all of the usual content, the GOTW, Surprise of the Week, F-Up of the Week, and the Tweet of the Week, but little more. 852 more words


Lamar Hunt US Open Cup Underway! First Round Results

The Lamar Hunt US Open Cup got underway with the first round being played all on May 13th with the final two spots going to the winners of the preliminary rounds which were: Cal FC and Harpo’s FC. 562 more words


Sons of Ransom Celebrate Lansing United's Shootout win over RWB Adria

In the wake of their shootout victory against RWB Adria, OTF guest writer Eric Walcott reviews the match and the connection between NPSL’s Lansing United and their supporter group, the Sons of Ransom. 845 more words

U.S. Open Cup

US OPEN CUP 1st ROUND WRAP: Chaos Top Fort Pitt: Riverhounds Up Next

It was the first U.S. Open Cup game ever played in the state of West Virginia, and the home team made the most of it, as Daniel Smee’s header from a corner kick in the fifth minute was all the West Virginia Chaoswould need to hold off the Fort Pitt  Regiment, 1-0 at Schoenbaum Stadium. 271 more words

US Open Cup first round preview: Detroit City vs. Michigan highlights close-proximity matches

There are plenty of big-time matches on the “minnows” docket for tonight’s U.S. Open Cup first round.

The tournament is especially interesting at this time of year because the NPSL and PDL sides have to contend not only with each other but with USASA and USSSA sides that have played together much longer as opposed to talented college kids getting to know each other outside of the NCAA window. 428 more words