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Then & Now: 20 Things to Know About the Open Cup

The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup has survived, uninterrupted, since 1914. And through those 104 years is woven the story, always changing and often bizarre, of soccer in America. A competition equal parts circus and showpiece, there’s a lot to love about this old tournament. Here’s a rundown of 20 fun facts from the good old days when there were laces on the ball to today, the 105th U.S. Open Cup that kicks off in earnest on May 8 and 9.

Oldest in the Cupboard
The first tournament was played in 1914, making it the oldest soccer cup competition in the United States. It’s also the country’s oldest annual tournament for team sports. Professional soccer came and went through the 20th century, but the Open Cup – at times known as the National Challenge Cup – crowned a champion for each of the last 104 years. Even through the want and woe of the Great Depression and the ravages of two World Wars, the U.S. Open Cup lived on. That’s one hardy Cup.


(Open Cup legends Bethlehem Steel before the first Open Cup Final)

Winners from 17 States
Clubs from 17 different States have hoisted the U.S. Open Cup. New York has the most titles with 26, followed by California’s 15 (most impressive considering the Golden State only joined the Open Cup party in 1951). Pennsylvania are third in the running with 14.

Santa Ana Winds & a Super Bowl Son
“Don’t leave a job half-done.” This was one piece of advice Santa Ana Winds striker Kramer Runager got from his late dad Max, a Super Bowl-winning punter for the San Francisco 49ers. The 27-year-old scorer is the beating heart of the amateur Open Cup debutantes from Orange County and, at the ripe age of 27, he says he’s playing the best soccer of his life. He regularly puts up crazy numbers for the Winds (he’s scored five goals in a game on more than one occasion), and he’s taking aim at a deep Cinderella run at #USOC2018. Throw into the mix his year of elite Navy training, a work ethic without rival and winning in his blood – and Runager’s one to watch this year.

Two (Maybe Three) with Five
Bethlehem Steel and Maccabi Los Angeles share the bragging rights for most titles with five Open Cups each. There’s a debate to be had over whether Fall River Marksmen also warrant inclusion in the Five-Time Club. They changed their name and home city to become the New Bedford Whalers in 1932 before winning that year’s title (which would be their fifth). This is sport after all, so feel free to debate.


(Benny Binshtock (left) of Maccabi LA with the Dewar Cup in a Winning Year)

A Day Better Not Remembered
Darren Sawatzky, who coached Seattle Sounders U-23 in the 2017 Open Cup, was on the wrong side the last time a Major League Soccer (MLS) team lost in the Open Cup Final. “I don’t remember a damn thing about,” he told ussoccer.com, after playing 90 minutes of his Colorado Rapids’ loss to Rochester Rhinos in the 1999 Final. He suffered a concussion early in the game and remembers not one thing of the day. Having since seen the game on video, he was surprised by how well he played -- considering.

Maccabi’s Star (of Stage and Screen)
Maccabi LA are, without question or debate, the only tournament champions to boast a starting fullback who starred on The Young and The Restless and once watched a Spanish Copa del Rey final from the VIP seats at the Estadio Bernabeu flanked Burt Reynolds, Jim Brown and Generalisimo Francisco Franco. Stage and screen actor Eric Braeden was known by his birth name, Hans Gudegast, when he won the Open Cup in 1973 over Cleveland Inter. The Daytime Emmy winner scored a penalty on that day he calls “one of the great moments in my life.” 

The Return of Christos
Christos FC are headquartered out of a discount liquor store on the outskirts of Baltimore. They don’t train but they make up for it with tons of skill, much swagger and a brimming local pride.  Led by captain Peter Caringi III, the tireless work of Daniel Baxter in midfield and the amazing athleticism of goalkeeper Phil Saunders between the pipes, Christos were the darlings of #USOC2017. They beat USL pro side Richmond Kickers and earned a date with local top flighters D.C. United in the Fourth Round. In the end they lost 4-1, but Mamadou Kansaye’s free-kick in the 23rd minute sent the Maryland SoccerPlex into orbit. The beer-soaked celebrations shared between players, family, friends and fans will go down in the legend and lore of the U.S. Open Cup. And, oh yeah, they’re back for #USOC2018, so watch out!


(Daniel Baxter of Baltimore-based Christos FC against MLS side DC United in Last Year's Open Cup Fourth Round)

Placekicker for a Year
Big Ronnie Simmons, from Trinidad and Tobago, won the Open Cup in 1987 with Club España of Washington, D.C. He also played one season as place-kicker for the Howard University Bison football team during his collegiate years. “I had to learn on the job and the first time I kicked an American football, it went ten feet and I thought the other players were going to kill me,” joked the former Baltimore Blast defender, now a housing inspector for the City of Baltimore. 

Rough Pitches of Old Gotham
1965 champions New York Ukrainians played on a pitch in Queens that was so beat-up, their star midfielder Walter Schmotolocha said it was “like running an obstacle course!” When they got to Chicago for the second leg of the ‘65 Final, it sure did make a difference. The New Yorkers won out 4-1. “We slaughtered them on that nice field, which was new and fresh with cut grass,” said Schmotolocha, now 77 and a proud granddad, from his home in the sleepy Hudson River Valley.

Lost in London; Found in Yonkers
When he was captain of an Arsenal youth team that included future global superstar Cesc Fabregas, Sean Kelly had one plan only: Play professional football. The talented defender was on a one-way road to one of the game’s biggest stages. But injuries cruelly struck and the road fell out from under him. He returned to his native Ireland and admits, “I lost my way.” But he’s found redemption in faraway Yonkers, New York. He’s 30 now, one of the best amateur players in the country, and a double amateur national champion with Cinderellas-in-the-making Lansdowne Bhoys. He works long hours in construction in New York City, trains twice a week and plays on Sundays because he “just loves it.” The 2018 Open Cup represents another taste at the big time for Kelly and his Bhoys.


(Sean Kelly, now of Lansdowne Bhoys, Captained an Arsenal Youth Team with Some Future World Stars in it)

1923 and the Baseball Controversy
Only once in the long history of the U.S. Open Cup has a champion not been established on the pitch. That was in 1923, when FC Paterson became the first team from New Jersey to win the title. Scullin Steel of St. Louis were unable to field a side for a replay after the initial final finished tangled at 2-2. In what might be the most American of soccer problems, Scullin claimed they couldn’t play again because many of the young men in their side were making preparations for the upcoming professional baseball season.  

What’s in a Name?
The competition was known as the National Challenge Cup from 1914 to 1999, when it was renamed and dedicated to MLS owner and American soccer pioneer Lamar Hunt. From then on it became the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. In 2016, FC Dallas, who are owned and operated by Hunt’s sons Clark and Dan, gave the trophy a homecoming of sorts when they defeated New England Revolution 4-2 in the tournament final played at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.

American Soccer’s Babe Ruth
Few in Open Cup history have shone as bright as the mustachioed and lethally left-footed Billy Gonsalves, who won a record eight titles with four different teams. In 1931, Glasgow Celtic manager Willie Maley said, without hesitation: “This Gonsalves is the greatest player I’ve ever seen.” Sometimes called the Babe Ruth of American Soccer, this son of Portuguese immigrants and the seventh of nine children lined up for the U.S. Men’s National Team in both the 1930 and 1934 FIFA World Cups.  


(The Legendary Billy Gonsalves Representing the USA at the 1930 World Cup)

Red Force and River Plate
Gabriel Vega is head coach and founder of Miami amateurs Red Force FC. His passion for River Plate – the super-club from his native Argentina – is so intense he nearly duplicated their logo for his team to wear on their shirts. “I was careful not to make it too close,” he said, fearing attention from the copyright cops.

One of the Best Never to Win
Willie Roy is a legend of American Soccer. Born in Germany, he lined up for the U.S. National Team for nearly a decade straddling the 1960s and 70s. He is a member of the U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame and coached the Chicago Sting to great effect in the old NASL. But even with a list of credentials as long as your arm, he failed to win an Open Cup during his time with Hansa, Chicago-based giants of the post-war years. He did manage to reach a Final, however, scoring in both legs in a losing effort in 1965.

Rhino’s Charge in MLS Era
Since the inception of Major League Soccer in 1996, teams from the country’s top flight have dominated the Open Cup. Only once since has a team from below the summit of the U.S. soccer pyramid won the competition, when the Rochester Rhinos beat four MLS teams to claim the crown in 1999. The Charleston Battery also reached the Final in 2008, but fell 2-1 to D.C. United. With four titles each, Chicago Fire, Seattle Sounders FC and Sporting Kansas City lead the pack of MLS clubs, followed by D.C. United (3), FC Dallas and LA Galaxy (2 each) and Columbus Crew SC and New England Revolution (1 each).


(The Rochester Rhinos of 1999 Were the Last Non-MLS Team to Win an Open Cup)

Old NASL Avoid Open Cup
The glitz-and-glamor sides of the old NASL of the 1970s and 80s refused to play in the Open Cup. Most assumed the global stars of the New York Cosmos and LA Aztecs (Pele, George Best and co) considered the rough-and-tumble of the Cup beneath them. But Dr. Joe Machnik – a pioneer of the American game and an Open Cup champion in his own right – has other ideas. “They were afraid of losing. And they didn’t want to play on or bad fields! I’m sure of it.

The Hard Life of a Trophy
The 62 winners of the U.S. Open Cup all have their names etched on the base of the Sir Thomas Dewar Cup. The trophy was donated by whiskey magnate and soccer promoter Sir Thomas Dewar in 1912. The original trophy was retired in 1979 due to the damage sustained over a long life of being grasped by grateful hands. But the Dewar Cup came back out of retirement for a brief revival in 1997 and was last awarded to the Chicago Fire when they won the 2006 tournament. 

Home and Away: The Ethnic Leagues
Ethnic teams have played a huge role in the romance of the Open Cup. Among the list of Open Cup winners are: Brooklyn St. Mary’s Celtic, Brooklyn Hispano, New York German-Hungarians, SC Eintracht, Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals, New York Hungaria, New York Ukrainians, New York Greek-American, New York Hota, Los Angeles Maccabi, New York Pancyprian-Freedoms, Brooklyn Italians, DC’s Club España and San Francisco Greek-American.  


(A Spirited Pre-Game Warm-up from Open Cup Regulars the LA Scots)

MLSers on the Brink of History
Reigning champs Sporting Kansas City, Chicago Fire and Seattle Sounders are on the cusp of equaling the record of most wins in Open Cup history. Another title for one of these four-time champions would bring them level with Bethlehem Steel (possibly Fall River Marksmen) and Maccabi Los Angeles. Philadelphia Ukrainians and New York Greek Americans, the other four-time champs, are not among the 94 participating teams in 2018.

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U.S. Open Cup Apr 9, 2018
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Story of the 2017 US Open Cup Final - Sept. 20, 2017

Go behind the scenes of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final which saw Sporting Kansas City defeat New York Red Bulls 2-1 to earn an MLS record tying fourth tournament title. Read more
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Sporting Kansas City Brings It All Back Home

Home is a practicality in the world of sports. An advantage. A better option than playing away. But when Sporting Kansas City’s players talk about home, about Children’s Mercy Park and the fans that make it bounce and sing, you get the sense it means a little more than that. “I don’t even have the words to express what it means to me to win a trophy with this atmosphere and Read more
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Besler: This is Why We Play the Game

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HIGHLIGHTS: Sporting KC Wins Fourth U.S. Open Cup Crown with 2-1 vs. New York Red Bulls in 2017 Final

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PREVIEW: Sporting KC, New York Red Bulls Ready for 2017 U.S. Open Cup Final

Ahead of Tuesday's Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final (9 p.m. ET; ESPN2, ESPN Deportes), Sporting Kansas City's Peter Vermes and Matt Besler and New York Red Bulls' Jesse Marsch and Sacha Kljestan discuss the road to the tournament's 104th championship match and what it would mean to lift the trophy. Read more
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Five Things to Know About #USOC2017 Final

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Conference Call: Coaches Vermes and Marsch Talk 2017 Open Cup Final

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Bradley Wright-Phillips: The Making of a Striker

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Benny Feilhaber: Born Again in Baby Blue

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New York and the (Long) Weight of Expectation

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2017 LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP SCHEDULE

Final

Date

Game

Result

Venue

Sept. 20 Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. New York Red Bulls (MLS) 2-1
RECAP
Children's Mercy Park; Kansas City, Kan.

Semifinals

Date

Game

Results

Venue

Aug. 9 Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (MLS)
1-1 (5-4 PKs)
REPLAY
Children's Mercy Park; Kansas City, Kan.
Aug. 15 FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. New York Red Bulls (MLS) 2-3 (a.e.t.)
REPLAY
Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio

Quarterfinals

Date

Game

Results

Venue

July 10
San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) vs. Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)
3-2
REPLAY
Avaya Stadium; San Jose, Calif.
July 11
Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. FC Dallas (MLS)
3-0 (a.e.t)
REPLAY
Children's Mercy Park; Kansas City, Kan.
July 13
New England Revolution (MLS) vs. New York Red Bulls (MLS)
0-1
REPLAY
Jordan Field (Harvard University); Boston, Mass.

Aug. 2* Miami FC (NASL) vs. FC Cincinnati (USL)
0-1
REPLAY
Riccardo Silva Stadium (Fla. International Univ.); Miami, Fla.

*Match rescheduled on 7/14

Round of 16

Date

Game

Results

Venue

June 27 FC Dallas (MLS) vs. Colorado Rapids (MLS)
3-1
REPLAY
Toyota Stadium; Frisco, Texas
June 28 Houston Dynamo (MLS) vs. Sporting Kansas City (MLS)
0-2
REPLAY
BBVA Compass Stadium; Houston, Texas
June 28 New England Revolution (MLS) vs. D.C. United (MLS) 2-1
REPLAY
Jordan Field (Harvard University); Boston, Mass.
June 28 Miami FC (NASL) vs. Atlanta United FC (MLS) 3-2
REPLAY
Riccardo Silva Stadium (Fla. International Univ.); Miami, Fla.
June 28 New York Red Bulls (MLS) vs. Philadelphia Union (MLS)
1-1 (5-3 PKs)
REPLAY
Red Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J.
June 28 FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. Chicago Fire (MLS) 0-0 (3-1 PKs) 
RECAP
Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
June 28 San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) vs. Seattle Sounders FC (MLS) 2-1
REPLAY
Avaya Stadium; San Jose, Calif.
June 28 LA Galaxy (MLS) vs. Sacramento Republic FC (USL) 2-0
REPLAY
StubHub Center Track Stadium; Carson, Calif.

Fourth Round

Date

Game

Results

Venue

June 13 D.C. United (MLS) vs. Christos FC (Md.) 4-1
REPLAY
Maryland SoccerPlex; Boyds, Md.
June 13 Colorado Rapids (MLS) vs. OKC Energy FC (USL)
3-2
REPLAY
Dick's Sporting Goods Park; Commerce City, Colo.
June 13 Seattle Sounders FC (MLS) vs. Portland Timbers (MLS) 2-1
REPLAY
Starfire Sports Complex; Tukwila, Wash.
June 14 FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. Columbus Crew SC (MLS) 1-0
REPLAY
Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
June 14 North Carolina FC (NASL) vs. Houston Dynamo (MLS) 2-3 (a.e.t.)
REPLAY
Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, N.C.
June 14 New England Revolution (MLS) vs. Rochester Rhinos (USL) 3-0
REPLAY
Anderson Stadium (Providence College); Providence, R.I.
June 14 Philadelphia Union (MLS) vs. Harrisburg City Islanders (USL) 3-1
REPLAY
Talen Energy Stadium; Chester, Pa.
June 14 Atlanta United FC (MLS) vs. Charleston Battery (USL) 3-2
REPLAY
Fifth Third Bank Stadium (Kennesaw State Univ.); Kennesaw, Ga.
June 14 Orlando City SC (MLS) vs. Miami FC (NASL) 1-3
REPLAY
Orlando City Stadium; Orlando, Fla.
June 14
New York Red Bulls (MLS) vs. New York City FC (MLS)
1-0
REPLAY
Red Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J.
June 14 FC Dallas (MLS) vs. Tulsa Roughnecks FC (USL) 2-1
REPLAY
Westcott Field (Southern Methodist Univ.); Dallas, Texas
June 14 Saint Louis FC (USL) vs. Chicago Fire (MLS)
0-1
REPLAY
Toyota Stadium (WWT Soccer Park); Fenton, Mo.
June 14 Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. Minnesota United FC (MLS) 4-0
REPLAY
Children's Mercy Park; Kansas City, Kan.
June 14 Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) vs. Orange County SC (USL) 3-1
REPLAY
StubHub Center Track Stadium; Carson, Calif.
June 14 San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) vs. San Francisco Deltas (NASL) 2-0
REPLAY
Avaya Stadium; San Jose, Calif.
June 14 Sacramento Republic FC (USL) vs. Real Salt Lake (MLS)
4-1
REPLAY
Papa Murphy's Park; Sacramento, Calif.

Third Round

Date

Game

Results

Venue

May 30 Michigan Bucks (PDL) vs. Saint Louis FC (USL)
1-2
RECAP
Ultimate Soccer Arenas; Pontiac, Mich.
May 31 Rochester Rhinos (USL) vs. GPS Omens (Mass.) 2-1 (a.e.t.)
REPLAY
Capelli Sport Stadium; Rochester, N.Y.
May 31 Jacksonville Armada (NASL) vs. Charleston Battery (USL) 0-1 
REPLAY
Southern Oak Stadium (Jacksonville Univ.); Jacksonville, Fla.
May 31 FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. Louisville City FC (USL) 1-0
REPLAY
Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
May 31 Reading United AC (PDL) vs. Harrisburg City Islanders (USL) 0-3
REPLAY
Exeter Township Senior High School; Reading, Pa.
May 31 North Carolina FC (NASL) vs. Charlotte Independence (USL) 4-1
REPLAY
Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, N.C.
May 31 Miami FC (NASL) vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL) 2-0
REPLAY
FIU Stadium; Miami, Fla.
May 31 Chicago FC United (PDL) vs. Christos FC (Md.) 0-1
REPLAY
Hoyne Field – Loyola University, Chicago, Ill.
May 31 Tulsa Roughnecks FC (USL) vs. San Antonio FC (USL) 0-0 (7-6 PKs)
REPLAY
Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium; Tulsa, Okla.
May 31 Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC (USL) vs. OKC Energy FC (USL) 1-2
REPLAY
Weidner Field; Colorado Springs, Colo.
May 31 Phoenix Rising FC (USL) vs. San Francisco Deltas (NASL) 1-2
REPLAY
Phoenix Rising Soccer Complex; Scottsdale, Ariz.
May 31 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) vs. Orange County SC (USL) 0-1
REPLAY
Azusa Pacific University Soccer Field; Azusa, Calif.
May 31 Sacramento Republic FC (USL) vs. Reno 1868 FC (USL) 2-0
REPLAY
Papa Murphy's Park; Sacramento, Calif.

Second Round

Date

Game

Results

Venue

May 16 Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL) vs. Jacksonville Armada U-23 (NPSL)
3-0
REPLAY
Al Lang Stadium; St. Petersburg, Fla.
May 17 Atlanta Silverbacks (NPSL) vs. Charleston Battery (USL)
1-2
REPLAY
Atlanta Silverbacks Park; Atlanta, Ga.
May 17
Richmond Kickers (USL) vs. Christos FC (Md.)
0-1
REPLAY
City Stadium; Richmond, Va.
May 17 Rochester Rhinos (USL) vs. FC Motown (N.J.) 3-0 
REPLAY
Capelli Sport Stadium; Rochester, N.Y.
May 17 Boston City FC (Mass.) vs. GPS Omens (Mass.) 1-2 
Della Russo Stadium; Revere, Mass.
May 17 Miami United FC (NPSL) vs. Jacksonville Armada (NASL)
1-2 
REPLAY
Ted Hendricks Stadium; Hialeah, Fla.
May 17 Carolina Dynamo (PDL) vs. North Carolina FC (NASL)
1-6 
Macpherson Stadium; Greensboro, N.C.
May 17 Charlotte Eagles (PDL) vs. Charlotte Independence (USL)
2-3 
REPLAY
Charlotte Christian School; Charlotte, N.C.
May 17
Tartan Devils Oak Avalon (Pa.) vs. Louisville City FC (USL)
0-9
REPLAY
Highmark Stadium; Pittsburgh, Pa. 
May 17
FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. AFC Cleveland (NPSL)
1-0 (a.e.t.)

Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
May 17 Reading United AC (PDL) vs. New York Cosmos (NASL)
3-2
REPLAY
Albright College; Reading, Pa.
May 17 Miami FC (NASL) vs. South Florida Surf (PDL) 
3-2 Cobb Field (Univ. of Miami); Coral Gables, Fla. 
May 17 Michigan Bucks (PDL) vs. Indy Eleven (NASL) 1-0
REPLAY
Ultimate Soccer Arenas; Pontiac, Mich.
May 17 Ocean City Nor'easters (PDL) vs. Harrisburg City Islanders (USL)
0-0 (6-7 PKs) Carey Stadium; Ocean City, N.J.
May 17 Chicago FC United (PDL) vs. Pittsburgh Riverhounds (USL) 3-1
REPLAY
Hoyne Field (Loyola University); Chicago, Ill. 
May 17 FC Wichita (NPSL) vs. Saint Louis FC (USL)
3-4 
REPLAY
Stryker Soccer Complex; Wichita, Kan.
May 17 Dutch Lions FC (NPSL) vs. San Antonio FC (USL)
1-2 
REPLAY
Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility; Conroe, Texas
May 17 Tulsa Roughnecks FC (USL) vs. Oklahoma City Energy U23 (PDL)
5-3 
REPLAY
Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium; Tulsa, Okla.
May 17 OKC Energy FC (USL) vs. Moreno Valley Fútbol Club (Calif.)
5-1 
REPLAY
John Crain Field (Univ. of Oklahoma); Norman, Okla.
May 17 Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC (USL) vs. FC Tucson (PDL) 2-0 Weidner Field; Colorado Springs, Colo.
May 17 Fresno Fuego (PDL) vs. Phoenix Rising FC (USL)
1-3 
REPLAY
Fresno State Soccer & Lacrosse Stadium; Fresno, Calif.
May 17 FC Golden State Force (PDL) vs. Orange County SC (USL)
2-5 
REPLAY
Citrus College; Glendora, Calif.
May 17 San Francisco Deltas (NASL) vs. Burlingame Dragons FC (PDL)
2-1
REPLAY
Stanford University; Stanford, Calif.
May 17 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) vs. Chula Vista FC (Calif.) 1-0 a.e.t. Azusa Pacific University Soccer Field; Azusa, Calif. 
May 17 Sacramento Republic FC (USL) vs. Anahuac FC (Nev.) 4-0
REPLAY
Papa Murphy's Park; Sacramento, Calif.
May 17 OSA FC (NPSL) vs. Reno 1868 FC (USL)
0-0
(3-4 PKs)
REPLAY
Starfire Sports Complex; Tukwila, Wash.
First Round

Date

Game

 Results 

Venue

May 9 Red Force FC (Fla.) vs. South Florida Surf (PDL) 2-4
REPLAY
Tropical Park; Miami, Fla.
May 10 Fredericksburg FC (NPSL) vs. Christos FC (Md.) 0-3 Univ. of Mary Washington Battleground Stadium; Fredericksburg, Va.
May 10 Atlanta Silverbacks (NPSL) vs. SC United Bantams (PDL) 4-1 Atlanta Silverbacks Park; Atlanta, Ga.
May 10 El Farolito (Calif.) vs. Burlingame Dragons FC (PDL) 0-0 (5-6 PKs) Boxer Stadium; San Francisco, Calif.
May 10 Western Mass Pioneers (PDL) vs. Boston City FC (NPSL) 2-2 (4-5 PKs)
REPLAY
Lusitano Stadium; Ludlow, Mass.
May 10 New Jersey Copa FC (NPSL) vs. FC Motown (N.J.) 1-2 (a.e.t.) 
REPLAY
Saint John Vianney High School; Holmdel, N.J.
May 10 Charlotte Eagles (PDL) vs. Chattanooga FC (NPSL) 2-0 
REPLAY
Charlotte Christian School; Charlotte, N.C.
May 10 Carolina Dynamo (PDL) vs. Legacy 76 (NPSL) 2-1 
REPLAY
Macpherson Stadium; Greensboro, N.C.
May 10 Miami United FC (NPSL) vs. Boca Raton Football Club (Fla.) 2-1 
REPLAY
Ted Hendricks Stadium; Hialeah, Fla.
May 10 Jacksonville Armada U-23 (NPSL) vs. The Villages SC (PDL) 2-1 
REPLAY
Patton Park; Jacksonville, Fla.
May 10 Ocean City Nor'easters (PDL) vs. Junior Lone Star FC (Pa.) 3-1 
REPLAY
Carey Stadium; Ocean City, N.J.
May 10 Reading United AC (PDL) vs. Clarkstown SC Eagles (NPSL) 1-0 
REPLAY
Exeter Township Senior High School; Reading, Pa.
May 10 Michigan Bucks (PDL) vs. AFC Ann Arbor (NPSL) 1-0 
REPLAY
Ultimate Soccer Arenas; Pontiac, Mich.
May 10 Derby City Rovers (PDL) vs. Tartan Devils Oak Avalon (Pa.) 1-1 (3-4 PKs) REPLAY
Woehrle Athletic Complex; Jeffersonville, Ind.
May 10 GPS Portland Phoenix (PDL) vs. GPS Omens (Mass.)
0-2 Memorial Field; Portland, Maine
May 10 Dutch Lions FC (NPSL) vs. NTX Rayados (Texas) 3-1 
REPLAY
Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility; Conroe, Texas
May 10 FC Wichita (NPSL) vs. Azteca FC (Colo.) 1-0 (a.e.t.)
REPLAY
Stryker Soccer Compex; Wichita, Kan.
May 10 Des Moines Menace (PDL) vs. AFC Cleveland (NPSL) 1-3
REPLAY
Valley Stadium; West Des Moines, Iowa
May 10 Tulsa Athletic (NPSL) vs. Oklahoma City Energy U23 (PDL) 1-1 (2-4 PKs)
REPLAY
Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium; Tulsa, Okla.
May 10 Sonoma County Sol (NPSL) vs. Anahuac FC (Nev.) 1-1 (4-5 PKs) Casa Grande High School; Petaluma, Calif.
May 10 Albion SC Pros (NPSL) vs. Chula Vista FC (Calif.) 2-3 
REPLAY
Mission Bay High School; San Diego, Calif.
May 10 FC Golden State Force (PDL) vs. Outbreak FC (Calif.) 2-0
REPLAY
Citrus College; Glendora, Calif.
May 10 Fresno Fuego (PDL) vs. La Máquina FC (Calif.) 4-1
REPLAY
Chukchansi Park; Fresno, Calif.
May 10 Ventura County Fusion (PDL) vs. Moreno Valley Fútbol Club (Calif.) 1-2 Ventura College Sportsplex; Ventura, Calif.
May 10 FC Tucson (PDL) vs. Colorado Rush (Colo.) 3-1
REPLAY
Kino North Stadium; Tucson, Ariz.
May 10 OSA FC (NPSL) vs. Sounders FC U-23 (PDL) 0-0 (5-3 PKs) 
REPLAY
Seattle High School Memorial Stadium; Seattle, Wash.
May 10 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) vs. San Diego Zest (PDL) 4-2 
REPLAY
Azusa Pacific University Soccer Field; Azusa, Calif.
May 12  Chicago FC United (PDL) vs. Grand Rapids FC (NPSL)
1-0
REPLAY
Wheaton College – Joe Bean Stadium; Wheaton, Ill. 

2017 LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP OPEN DIVISION LOCAL QUALIFYING SCHEDULE

Second Qualifying Round

Date

Game

Results

Venue

Oct. 16 West Chester United SC (Pa.) at Christos FC (Md.) 0-1 Troy Park; Elkridge, Md.
Oct. 16 GPS Omens (Mass.) at Newtown Pride FC (Conn.) 3-1 Newtown High School; Newtown, Conn.
Oct. 16 Aromas Café FC (Va.) at Tartan Devils Oak Avalon (Pa.) 1-3 Rooney Field; Pittsburgh, Pa.
Oct. 16 Lansdowne Bhoys (N.Y.) at FC Motown (N.J.) 2-3 Torpey Athletic Complex; Bridgewater, N.J.
Oct. 22 Oakland County FC (Mich.) at Minneapolis City SC (Minn.) 1-1, 1-2 AET National Sports Center – Field U2; Blaine, Minn.
Oct. 22 Azteca FC (Colo.) at Harpo’s FC (Colo.) 2-1
Dicks Sporting Goods Park Field 8; Commerce City; Colo.
Oct. 22 Boca Raton Football Club (Fla.) at Hurricane FC (Fla.) 4-1 Caloosa Park Field 3; Boynton Beach, Fla.
Oct. 22 Junior Lone Star FC (Pa.) at Brick Lions FC (N.J.) 3-2 Pinewood Park; Brick; N.J.
Oct. 22 Motagua New Orleans (La.) at NTX Rayados (Texas) 0-2 Premier Park; Balch Springs, Texas
Oct. 22 Ozzy’s Laguna FC (Calif.) at Moreno Valley Fútbol Club (Calif.) 0-6 Moreno Valley Community Park; Moreno Valley, Calif.
Oct. 22 Colorado Rush (Colo.) at IPS/Marathon Taverna (Ore.) 4-0 Delta Park; Portland, Ore.
Oct. 22 Chula Vista FC (Calif.) at FC Hasental (Calif.) 4-1 Oak Park High School; Oak Park, Calif.
Oct. 23 Red Force FC (Fla.) at Uruguay Kendall FC (Fla.) 2-2, 3-2 AET
Tropical Park Stadium; Miami, Fla.
Oct. 23 Outbreak FC (Calif.) at SFV Scorpions SC (Calif.) 2-1 College of the Canyon; Santa Clarita, Calif.
Oct. 23 El Farolito (Calif.) at Strikers FC South Coast (Calif.) 2-1 Lake Forest Sports Park Field A; Lake Forest, Calif.
Oct. 23 MF 10 (Nev.) at Anahuac FC (Nev.) 0-2 Las Vegas Sportspark; Las Vegas, Nev.
Oct. 30 Santa Ana Winds FC (Calif.) at La Máquina FC (Calif.) 0-3
Orange County Great Park – Field 1; Irvine, Calif.
Nov. 13 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) at Inland Empire FC (Calif.) 9-2 Rancho Jurupa Regional Sports Park; Jurupa, Calif.

Teams with byes from First Qualifying Round (8): Aromas Café FC (Va.); Boca Raton Football Club (Fla.); IPS/Marathon Taverna (Ore.); Minneapolis City SC (Minn.); MF 10 (Nev.); Motagua New Orleans (La.); Tartan Devils Oak Avalon (Pa.); Uruguay Kendall FC (Fla.)

First Qualifying Round

Date

Game

Results

Venue

Sept. 10 Brick Lions FC (N.J.) at Vereinigung Erzgebirge (Pa.) 5-2 Vereinigung Erzgebirge; Warminster, Pa.
Sept. 10 Dulles Sportsplex Aegean Hawks FC (Md.) at Christos FC (Md.) 1-1, 1-3 AET Troy Park; Elkridge, Md.
Sept. 10 Salone FC (Pa.) at West Chester United SC (Pa.) 1-2 West Chester United SC Turf Field; West Chester, Pa.
Sept. 10 New York Pancyprian Freedoms (N.Y.) at Lansdowne Bhoys (N.Y.) 2-2, 2-3 AET Tibbetts Brooke Park; Yonkers, N.Y.
Sept. 11 Newtown Pride FC (Conn.) at Newport FC (R.I.) 2-0 (forfeit) Gardiner Seveney Field; Portsmouth, R.I.
Sept. 11 GPS Omens (Mass.) at Southie FC (Mass.) 4-2 Madison Park; Roxbury Crossing, Mass.
Sept. 11 New York Greek American SC (N.Y.) at FC Motown (N.J.) 0-2 (forfeit) Torpey Athletic Complex; Bridgewater, N.J.
Sept. 11 Rising Stars FC (Pa.) at Junior Lone Star FC (Pa.) 1-5 YSC Soccer Stadium; Wayne, Pa.
Sept. 17 Moreno Valley Fútbol Club (Calif.) at HD Rush FC (Calif.) 5-1 University Preparatory School; Victorville, Calif.
Sept. 17 Colorado Rovers (Colo.) at Harpo’s FC (Colo.) 0-2 Dicks Sporting Goods Park; Commerce City, Colo.
Sept. 17 Valley United SC (Calif.) at SFV Scorpions SC (Calif.) 1-3 Heritage Christian School; North Hills, Calif.
Sept. 17 Del Rey City Soccer Club (Calif.) at FC Hasental (Calif.) 2-3 Del Sol Stadium; Oxnard, Calif.
Sept. 17 Celtic Cowboys Premier (Texas) at NTX Rayados (Texas) 0-7 Premier Park; Balch Springs, Texas
Sept. 17 Azteca FC (Colo.) at FC Denver (Colo.) 3-1 Aurora Sports Park; Aurora, Colo.
Sept. 17 Orange County FC (Calif.) at La Máquina FC (Calif.) 0-3 Rancho Jurupa Regional Sports Park; Jurupa, Calif.
Sept. 17 Avalanche USA FC (Calif.) at Inland Empire FC (Calif.) 2-3 Colton High School; Colton, Calif.
Sept. 17 OC Crew Soccer Club (Calif.) at Ozzy’s Laguna FC (Calif.) 1-2 Santa Ana Stadium; Santa Ana, Calif.
Sept. 18 Davis Legacy (Calif.) at El Farolito (Calif.) 1-2 Boxer Stadium; San Francisco, Calif.
Sept. 18 Hurricane FC (Fla.) at Miami Dade FC (Fla.) 2-0 (forfeit) Tropical Park Stadium; Miami, Fla.
Sept. 18 Red Force FC (Fla.) at Miami Nacional Soccer Club (Fla.) 3-0 Lauderhill Sports Complex; Lauderhill, Fla.
Sept. 18 Outbreak FC (Calif.) at Buena Park FC (Calif.) 5-0 John F. Kennedy High School; La Palma, Calif.
Sept. 18 FC Boulder (Colo.) at Colorado Rush (Colo.) 0-3 Addenbrooke Soccer Complex; Lakewood, Colo.
Sept. 18 Ann Arbor FC (Mich.) at Oakland County FC (Mich.) 1-3 Stoney Creek High School; Rochester Hills, Mich.
Sept. 18 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) at Real Sociedad Royals (Calif.) 4-1 St. John Bosco Football Stadium; Bellflower, Calif.
Sept. 18 AC Brea Steaua (Calif.) at Strikers FC South Coast (Calif.) 0-11 Lake Forest Sports Park; Lake Forest, Calif.
Sept. 18 La Habra City FC (Calif.) at Santa Ana Winds FC (Calif.) 0-5 Colton High School; Colton, Calif.
Sept. 18 Las Vegas High Rollers SC (Nev.) at Anahuac FC (Nev.) 0-2 (forfeit) Kellogg Zaher Soccer Complex; Las Vegas, Nev.
Sept. 18 Chula Vista FC (Calif.) at Frontera United (Ariz.) 5-1 Desert Sun Stadium; Yuma, Ariz.
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