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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2012 12:06 am 
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Under new format, it's all in for MLS teams in 99th edition of USOC

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Get ready for a US Open Cup like you’ve never seen it before.

The US Soccer Federation on Wednesday unveiled an expanded version of the domestic cup competition which will see all 16 US-based MLS clubs participating, a random selection process for home teams in select rounds and a champion crowned by the first week of August.

The MLS qualifying system employed in recent years has been scrapped and all 16 MLS teams eligible for participation – the three Canadian teams play in the Nutrilite Canadian Championship – will join the competition in the third round.

A total of 64 teams – a record number in the modern era of the USOC – will feature 32 professional teams, including all six NASL teams and all 10 USL PRO teams, as well as another 32 from the amateur ranks of the USASA (nine qualifiers), PDL (16 qualifiers), NPSL (6.5 qualifiers) and US Club Soccer (0.5 qualifiers).

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2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Schedule:

April 29: Qualifying deadline
May 15: First Round
May 22: Second Round
May 29: Third Round
June 5: Fourth Round
June 26: Quarterfinals
July 10: Semifinals
Aug. 7 or 8: Final

Participating Professional Teams (32 total)

Major League Soccer (Division I – 16 teams): Chicago Fire, Chivas USA, Colorado Rapids, Columbus Crew, D.C. United, FC Dallas, Houston Dynamo, LA Galaxy, New England Revolution, New York Red Bulls, Philadelphia Union, Portland Timbers, Real Salt Lake, San Jose Earthquakes, Seattle Sounders FC, Sporting Kansas City.

North American Soccer League (Division II – 6 teams): Atlanta Silverbacks, Carolina RailHawks, Fort Lauderdale Strikers, NSC Minnesota Stars, San Antonio Scorpions, Tampa Bay Rowdies.

USL PRO (Division III – 10 teams): Charleston Battery, Charlotte Eagles, Dayton Dutch Lions, Harrisburg City Islanders, Los Angeles Blues, Orlando City, Pittsburgh Riverhounds, Richmond Kickers, Rochester Rhinos, Wilmington Hammerheads.

Distribution of Amateur-Level Places (32 total):
U.S. Adult Soccer Association Regional Qualifiers – 9 places: USASA regional qualifiers will increase their number of places in the tournament by one compared to 2011.

United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League – 16 places: The PDL will have the largest increase in representation among the amateur leagues since 2011, growing from nine slots.

National Premier Soccer League – 6.5 places: The NPSL is a national amateur league affiliated with the USASA. In previous years, its teams participated via USASA regional qualifying.

US Club Soccer – 0.5 place: U.S. Club Soccer is an organization member of U.S. Soccer.
Note: One team from the National Premier Soccer League will face a US Club Soccer representative for the final place in the tournament

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2012 2:22 pm 
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The Lamar Hunt US Open Cup:
MLS clubs learn 3rd-round pairings set for next week


All 16 US-based MLS clubs learned their opening match-ups in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup after Tuesday night's second round was played.

The third-round single-elimination matches will be played between Tuesday, May 29 and Wednesday, May 30.

Half the MLS teams will be hosting matches, while another half will take to the road with the longest trips set to be logged by the MLS Cup champion LA Galaxy, who travel to North Carolina, while the Colorado Rapids go all the way to St. Petersburg, Fla.

US OPEN CUP 3RD ROUND

Tuesday, May 29
7 pm ET: D.C. United at Richmond Kickers (USL PRO) -- Richmond City Stadium; Richmond, Va.
7 pm ET: NE Revolution at Harrisburg City Islanders (USL PRO) -- Skyline Sports Complex; Harrisburg, Pa.
7 pm ET: LA Galaxy at Carolina RailHawks (NASL) -- WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, N.C.
7:30 pm ET: Chicago Fire at Michigan Bucks (PDL) -- Ultimate Soccer; Pontiac, Mich.
7:30 pm ET: Colorado Rapids at Tampa Bay Rowdies (NASL) -- Al Lang Stadium; St. Petersburg, Fla.
7:30 pm ET: Dayton Dutch Lions (USL PRO) at Columbus Crew -- Columbus Crew Stadium; Columbus, Ohio
7:30 pm ET: New York Red Bulls at Charleston Battery (USL PRO) -- Blackbaud Stadium; Charleston, S.C.
7:30 pm ET: Rochester Rhinos (USL PRO) at Philadelphia Union -- PPL Park; Chester, Pa.
8:30 pm ET: Charlotte Eagles (USL PRO) at FC Dallas -- FC Dallas Stadium; Frisco, Texas
8:30 pm ET: Houston Dynamo at San Antonio Scorpions (NASL) -- Heroes Stadium; San Antonio, Texas
8:30 pm ET: Orlando City (USL PRO) at Sporting KC -- LIVESTRONG Sporting Park; Kansas City, Kan.
9 pm ET: Minnesota Stars FC (NASL) at Real Salt Lake -- Rio Tinto Stadium; Sandy, Utah
10 pm ET: Chivas USA at Ventura County Fusion (PDL) -- Ventura College; Ventura, Calif.
10:30 pm ET: Ft. Lauderdale Strikers (NASL) at SJ Earthquakes -- Cagan Stadium; Stanford, Calif.

Wednesday, May 30
10 pm ET: Atlanta Silverbacks (NASL) at Seattle Sounders -- Starfire Sports Complex; Tukwila, Wash.
10:30 pm ET: Cal FC (USASA) at Portland Timbers -- JELD-WEN Field; Portland, Ore.

http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2012/05/23/usoc-mls-clubs-learn-third-round-pairings-set-next-week


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I never knew Lamar Hunt had anything to do with soccer. I thought he was just a football guy.
He a football guy and a soccer guy - at his death he actually owned two soccer teams (Columbus and Dallas)

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 1:40 pm 
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I never knew Lamar Hunt had anything to do with soccer. I thought he was just a football guy.
He a football guy and a soccer guy - at his death he actually owned two soccer teams (Columbus and Dallas)


his son sold The Crew now the family only have FCD


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DC stun RSL to win their third USOC title

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US Open Cup:
Details of 2014 edition released, featuring weekend games,
largest field in modern era

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US Soccer released the format, match dates and early-round pairings of the 2014 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup on Thursday, setting out the details of the historic tournament's largest field since the advent of Major League Soccer.

Defending champions D.C. United and the other 15 US-based MLS clubs will enter the Open Cup in the fourth round in mid-June, with the potential to play their games in a window that runs June 10-18, which could lead to modern-era professional clubs playing weekend tournament games for the first time.

That rare occurrence is made possible by the World Cup break observed by MLS and second-division league NASL during the group stage of the 2014 World Cup. The 101st edition of the Open Cup includes 80 teams, up from 68 last year.

2014 US Open Cup schedule

• First Round - May 7 (16 amateur teams: 5 PDL, 4 USASA regional qualifiers, 5 NPSL, 1 US Club Soccer, 1 USSSA): Teams from the same qualifying pool cannot be paired with each other.

• Second Round - May 14 (8 First Round winners, 26 remaining amateur teams [14 PDL, 6 USASA regional qualifiers, 6 NPSL], and 14 Division III [USL PRO] clubs): Teams from the same qualifying pool cannot be paired with each other.

• Third Round - May 28 (24 Second Round winners and 8 Division II [NASL] clubs): Each Division II team will be matched geographically to play the winner of a specific Second Round pairing. The winners of the 16 remaining Second Round matches not paired with a Division II side will play each other.

• Fourth Round - June 10-18 (16 Third Round winners vs. Division I [MLS] clubs): Each Division I team will be matched geographically to play the winner of a specific Third Round pairing. The exact date for each match will be determined by the club selected as the home team from among those dates where the visiting team does not have a league game already scheduled. The date selected must allow the visiting team at least two rest days before and after the match date.

• Fifth Round - June 24-25 (16 Fourth Round winners face each other): Each Fourth Round pair will be matched geographically with another Fourth Round pair to determine the Fifth Round possibilities.

• Quarterfinal (Sixth) Round-July 8-9: Each Fifth Round pair will be matched geographically with another Fifth Round pair to determine the Quarterfinal Round possibilities.

• Semifinal Round - Aug. 12-13: Each Quarterfinal Round pair will be matched geographically with another Quarterfinal Round pair to determine the Semifinal Round possibilities.

• Final: Sept. 30-Oct. 1


http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2014/04/24/us-soccer-releases-details-2014-us-open-cup


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2014 U.S. Open Cup Format Announced
14 USL PRO, 19 PDL teams to compete in 101st edition

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Major League Soccer (Division I): All 16 U.S.-based teams, entering in the Fourth Round:
Chicago Fire
Houston Dynamo
Portland Timbers
Chivas USA
LA Galaxy
Real Salt Lake
Colorado Rapids
New England Revolution
San Jose Earthquakes
Columbus Crew
New York Red Bulls
Seattle Sounders FC
D.C. United
Philadelphia Union
Sporting Kansas City
FC Dallas

North American Soccer League (Division II): All eight U.S.-based teams, entering in the Third Round
Atlanta Silverbacks
Indy Eleven
San Antonio Scorpions
Carolina RailHawks
Minnesota United FC
Tampa Bay Rowdies
Fort Lauderdale Strikers
New York Cosmos

USL PRO (Division III): All 14 teams, entering in the Second Round
Arizona United
LA Galaxy II
Richmond Kickers
Charleston Battery
Oklahoma City Energy
Rochester Rhinos
Charlotte Eagles
Orange County Blues
Sacramento Republic
Dayton Dutch Lions
Orlando City SC
Wilmington Hammerheads
Harrisburg City Islanders
Pittsburgh Riverhounds

PDL (Amateur Division): Nineteen of 56 U.S.-based teams, with 14 entering in the Second Round and five in the First Round. Clubs from each of nine regional divisions qualified based on 2013 regular season records
Austin Aztex
LA Misioneros
Portland Timbers U-23s
Baltimore Bohemians
Michigan Bucks
Reading United A.C.
Carolina Dynamo
Ocala Stampede
Real Colorado Foxes
Fresno Fuego
Ocean City Nor’easters (N.J.)
Ventura County Fusion
GPS Portland Phoenix (Maine)
Orlando City U23s
Vermont Voltage
Jersey Express
Panama City Beach Pirates
Western Mass. Pioneers
Laredo Heat

U.S. Adult Soccer Association regional qualifiers: Ten teams from qualifying competitions held in each of the four U.S. Soccer regions from 63 participating at the local and state levels, with six clubs entering in the Second Round and four in the First Round.
Icon FC (New Jersey)
NTX Rayados (N. Texas)
Cal FC (Cal. South)
N.Y. Greek Americans
Red Force (Florida)
PSA Elite (Cal. South)
Des Moines Menace (Iowa)
Mass Premier Soccer
Schwaben AC (Illinois)
RWB Adria (Illinois)

National Premier Soccer League (a USASA-affiliated national league): Eleven teams from 80 in the league, with six clubs entering in the Second Round and five in the First Round.
Brooklyn Italians
Greater Binghamton Thunder
RVA FC (Richmond, Va.)
CD Aguiluchos (Oakland)1
Jacksonville United
San Diego Flash
Chattanooga FC
FC Lehigh Valley United Sonic
Tulsa Athletics
Detroit City FC
New York Red Bulls U-23s

US Club Soccer (an amateur-level Organization Member of U.S. Soccer): A single qualifier from eight who competed will enter in the First Round.
Corinthians USA (SoCal)

U.S. Specialty Sports Association (an amateur-level Organization Member of U.S. Soccer): A single qualifier from eight who competed will enter in the First Round.
Colorado Rovers


http://uslpro.uslsoccer.com/home/804145.html


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US Open Cup:
Details of 2014 edition released, featuring weekend games,
largest field in modern era

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US Soccer released the format, match dates and early-round pairings of the 2014 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup on Thursday, setting out the details of the historic tournament's largest field since the advent of Major League Soccer.

Defending champions D.C. United and the other 15 US-based MLS clubs will enter the Open Cup in the fourth round in mid-June, with the potential to play their games in a window that runs June 10-18, which could lead to modern-era professional clubs playing weekend tournament games for the first time.

That rare occurrence is made possible by the World Cup break observed by MLS and second-division league NASL during the group stage of the 2014 World Cup. The 101st edition of the Open Cup includes 80 teams, up from 68 last year.

2014 US Open Cup schedule

• First Round - May 7 (16 amateur teams: 5 PDL, 4 USASA regional qualifiers, 5 NPSL, 1 US Club Soccer, 1 USSSA): Teams from the same qualifying pool cannot be paired with each other.

Wed, May 7, 2014
1 7:00 PM FC Lehigh Valley United Sonic 1-0 GPS Portland Phoenix Deering Memorial Field
2 7:00 PM RWB Adria 3-2 Detroit City FC Stevenson High School
3 7:30 PM Mass Premier Soccer 1-4 Western Mass Pioneers Lusitano Stadium
4 8:00 PM Vermont Voltage 1-2 New York Red Bulls U23s Red Bull Training Facility
5 10:00 PM Red Force 2-1 Colorado Rovers Shea Stadium
6 10:00 PM CD Aguiluchos USA 1-2 Ventura County Fusion Ventura College
7 10:00 PM Corinthians 0-3 San Diego Flash Mira Mesa High School
8 10:30 PM LA Misioneros FC 1-2 PSA Elite StubHub Center

http://www.uslsoccer.com/usopencup/USOCSchedule/index_E.html


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US Open Cup:
Details of 2014 edition released, featuring weekend games,
largest field in modern era

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US Soccer released the format, match dates and early-round pairings of the 2014 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup on Thursday, setting out the details of the historic tournament's largest field since the advent of Major League Soccer.

Defending champions D.C. United and the other 15 US-based MLS clubs will enter the Open Cup in the fourth round in mid-June, with the potential to play their games in a window that runs June 10-18, which could lead to modern-era professional clubs playing weekend tournament games for the first time.

That rare occurrence is made possible by the World Cup break observed by MLS and second-division league NASL during the group stage of the 2014 World Cup. The 101st edition of the Open Cup includes 80 teams, up from 68 last year.

2014 US Open Cup schedule

• Second Round - May 14 (8 First Round winners, 26 remaining amateur teams [14 PDL, 6 USASA regional qualifiers, 6 NPSL], and 14 Division III [USL PRO] clubs): Teams from the same qualifying pool cannot be paired with each other.

Tue, May 13, 2014
9 10:00 PM Arizona United SC 3-2 Portland Timbers U-23s Providence Park

Wed, May 14, 2014
10 4:30 PM Jacksonville United FC 1-2 Orlando City U23 Seminole Soccer Complex
11 5:00 PM Dayton Dutch Lions 2-0 Schwaben AC Schwaben Athletic Club
12 5:30 PM Icon FC 1-4 Baltimore Bohemians Calvert Hall College
13 7:00 PM New York Red Bulls U23s 1-3 Pittsburgh Riverhounds Highmark Stadium
14 7:00 PM NY Greek American Atlas 2-0 Ocean City Nor'easters Carey Stadium
15 7:00 PM Greater Binghamton FC Thunder 2-5 Reading United AC Gurski Stadium
16 7:00 PM Richmond Kickers 6-1 RVA FC Sports Backers Stadium
18 7:00 PM Carolina Dynamo 1-3 Charlotte Eagles Queens Sports Complex
17 7:05 PM Harrisburg City Islanders 4-0 FC Lehigh Valley United Sonic Whitehall H.S. Soccer Stadium
20 7:30 PM Ocala Stampede 1-4 Orlando City SC Seminole Soccer Complex
21 7:30 PM Panama City Beach Pirates 0-4 Charleston Battery Blackbaud Stadium
22 7:30 PM Wilmington Hammerheads FC 1-3 Chattanooga FC Finley Stadium
19 7:30 PM RWB Adria 1-0 Michigan Bucks Ultimate Soccer Arenas
23 7:35 PM Western Mass Pioneers 1-2 Rochester Rhinos Sahlen's Stadium
24 8:00 PM Brooklyn Italians 4-2 Jersey Express NJIT Stadium
25 8:30 PM OKC Energy FC 2-0 Tulsa Athletics Tulsa Athletics Stadium
26 8:30 PM Real Colorado Foxes 0-3 Des Moines Menace Valley Stadium
27 8:30 PM NTX Rayados 5-4 Austin Aztex House Park
28 9:00 PM Orange County Blues FC 0-2 Fresno Fuego Chukchansi Park
29 9:15 PM Red Force 1-2 Laredo Heat Texas A&M Intl Univ Soccer Complex
31 10:00 PM PSA Elite 3-0 San Diego Flash Mira Mesa High School
32 10:30 PM Cal FC 1-6 LA Galaxy II StubHub Center
30 10:30 PM Sacramento Republic FC 2-1 Ventura County Fusion Consumnes River College Stadium


http://www.uslsoccer.com/usopencup/USOCSchedule/index_E.html


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US Open Cup:
Details of 2014 edition released, featuring weekend games,
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US Soccer released the format, match dates and early-round pairings of the 2014 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup on Thursday, setting out the details of the historic tournament's largest field since the advent of Major League Soccer.

Defending champions D.C. United and the other 15 US-based MLS clubs will enter the Open Cup in the fourth round in mid-June, with the potential to play their games in a window that runs June 10-18, which could lead to modern-era professional clubs playing weekend tournament games for the first time.

That rare occurrence is made possible by the World Cup break observed by MLS and second-division league NASL during the group stage of the 2014 World Cup. The 101st edition of the Open Cup includes 80 teams, up from 68 last year.

2014 US Open Cup schedule
• Third Round

Tuesday, May 27

Rochester Rhinos 2, Reading United A.C. 1 (OT)

Wednesday, May 28

New York Cosmos 2, Brooklyn Italians S.C. 0
Richmond Kickers 2, New York Greek American Atlas 1
Harrisburg City Islanders 4, Baltimore Bohemians 2
Pittsburgh Riverhounds 3, RWB Adria 2 (OT)
Carolina RailHawks 2, Charlotte Eagles 0
Atlanta Silverbacks 5, Chattanooga F.C. 0
Orlando City U-23s 2, Charleston Battery 2 (Orlando City U-23s win 12-11 in penalty kicks)
Orlando City 4, Tampa Bay Rowdies 1
Laredo Heat 3, Fort Lauderdale Strikers 2
Indy Eleven 5, Dayton Dynamo 2
San Antonio Scorpions 4, NTX Rayados 2
Minnesota United F.C. 1, Des Moines Menace 0
Arizona United 2, Oklahoma City Energy 1 (OT)
Sacramento Republic 6, Fresno Fuego 0
PSA Elite 0, L.A. Galaxy II 0 (PSA Elite wins 3-1 in penalty kicks)

http://blog.pennlive.com/patriotnewssports/2014/05/third-round_results_in_the_lam.html


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6 NASL teams advance in U.S. Open Cup,
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FOURTH ROUND MATCHES

(USLP) Richmond Kickers vs. New England Revolution (MLS)
(NASL) New York Cosmos vs. New York Red Bulls (MLS)
(MLS) Philadelphia Union vs. Harrisburg City Islanders (USLP)
(USLP) Rochester Rhinos vs. D.C. United (MLS)
(MLS) Columbus Crew vs. Indy Eleven (NASL)
(MLS) Chicago Fire vs. Pittsburgh Riverhounds (USLP)
(MLS) Sporting Kansas City vs. Minnesota United FC (NASL)
(MLS) Houston Dynamo vs. Laredo Heat (PDL)
(MLS) FC Dallas vs. San Antonio Scorpions (NASL)
(USLP) Arizona United SC vs. LA Galaxy (MLS)
(MLS) San Jose Earthquakes vs. Sacramento Republic (USLP)
(NASL) Carolina RailHawks vs. Chivas USA (MLS)
(MLS) Seattle Sounders vs. PSA Elite (USASA)
(NASL) Atlanta Silverbacks vs. Real Salt Lake (MLS)
(MLS) Portland Timbers vs. Orlando City U-23s (PDL)
(MLS) Colorado Rapids vs. Orlando City (USLP)


http://www.soccerbyives.net/2014/05/advance-setting-matches.html


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2014 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup Fifth Round:
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Tuesday, June 24
• 7 pm ET – Philadelphia Union (MLS) vs. New York Cosmos (NASL)
• 7:30 pm ET – Carolina RailHawks (NASL) vs. LA Galaxy (MLS)
• 8:30 pm ET – Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. Portland Timbers (MLS)
• 9 pm ET – Colorado Rapids (MLS) vs. Atlanta Silverbacks (NASL)
• 9 pm ET – Houston Dynamo (MLS) vs. FC Dallas (MLS)
• 10:30 pm ET – Seattle Sounders (MLS) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (MLS)

Wednesday, June 25
• 7:30 pm ET – New England Revolution (MLS) vs. Rochester Rhinos (USL)
• 8:30 pm ET – Chicago Fire (MLS) vs. Columbus Crew (MLS)

http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2014/06/19/us-open-cup-all-eight-fifth-round-pairings-dates-times-and-locations-confirm


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Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Quarter-finals
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SCHEDULE:

New England Revolution (MLS) at Philadelphia Union (MLS)
PPL Park; Chester, PA – July 8, 7:00 p.m. ET

Chicago Fire (MLS) at Atlanta Silverbacks (NASL)
Atlanta Silverbacks Park; Atlanta, GA – July 9, 7:30 p.m. ET

FC Dallas (MLS) at Carolina RailHawks (NASL)
WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, NC – July 9, 7:30 p.m. ET

Portland Timbers (MLS) at Seattle Sounders FC (MLS)
Starfire Soccer Complex; Tukwila, WA – July 9, 10:30 p.m. ET


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FC Dallas 1 (3), Philadelphia Union 1 (4)
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FRISCO, Texas – The Philadelphia Union are heading to their first final in club history, thanks in large part to Zac MacMath's two saves in a penalty shootout to give the Philadelphia Union a 4-3 win from the spot after they battled FC Dallas to a 1-1 draw over 120 minutes in the semifinals of the 2014 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.

http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2014/08/13/fc-dallas-1-3-philadelphia-union-1-4-us-open-cup-semifinal-match-recap


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