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US Open Cup

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Established
1914 (108 years old)

First Recorded Event
2022-03-22

Current Season
2022

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Sport
Soccer

Location
United States

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Male

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Latest Results
08 Sep 22 Orlando City 3 - 0  Sacramento Repu
28 Jul 22 Sacramento Repu 0 - 0  Sporting Kansas
27 Jul 22 Orlando City 5 - 1  New York Red Bu
29 Jun 22 Orlando City 1 - 1  Nashville SC
23 Jun 22 Sporting Kansas 6 - 0  Union Omaha
23 Jun 22 New York Red Bu 3 - 0  New York City
22 Jun 22 L.A. Galaxy 1 - 2  Sacramento Repu
26 May 22 Sacramento Repu 2 - 0  San Jose Earthq
26 May 22 L.A. Galaxy 3 - 1  Los Angeles FC
26 May 22 Minnesota Unite 1 - 2  Union Omaha

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The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, commonly known as the U.S. Open Cup (USOC), is a knockout cup competition in men's American soccer. It is the oldest ongoing national soccer competition in the United States.

The competition was first held during the 1913–1914 season as the National Challenge Cup, with Brooklyn Field Club winning a trophy donated by Thomas Dewar for the promotion of American soccer. It was renamed and dedicated to North American Soccer League (NASL) and Major League Soccer (MLS) executive Lamar Hunt by the United States Soccer Federation in 1999.

The 107th and 108th editions planned to be held in 2020 and 2021 were to be contested by 100 clubs from the four professional leagues sanctioned by the United States Soccer Federation – Major League Soccer (MLS), the United Soccer League's Championship and League One divisions, and the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) – as well as amateur clubs in the earlier rounds of the tournament that qualify through their respective leagues. The overall champion is awarded $300,000 in prize money and a berth in the CONCACAF Champions League, while the runner-up receives $100,000, and the furthest-advancing team from each lower-division league receives $25,000. The 2020 & 2021 tournaments were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ending 106 years of consecutive play.

MLS teams have dominated the competition since the league began play in 1996. No lower division team has won the U.S. Open Cup since the Rochester Rhinos in 1999, and none have reached the final since the Charleston Battery in 2008. The most recent champions of the competition, Atlanta United FC, won their first title after defeating Minnesota United FC 2–1 in the 2019 final.


Seasons


2018

2019

2022

Teams

AC Syracuse Pul
-11

ASC San Diego
-11

Atlanta United

Austin FC

Azteca
-11

Bay Cities FC
-11

Birmingham Legi
-10

Brockton FC Uni
-11

California Unit
-11

Central Valley
-11

Charleston Batt
-9

Charlotte FC

Charlotte Indep
-8

Chattanooga FC
-11

Chattanooga Red
-11

Chicago FC Unit
-11

Chicago Fire

City Soccer
-11

Cleveland SC
-11

Colorado Spring
-8

Columbus Crew

Contra Costa
-11

DC United

Denton Diablos
-11

Des Moines Mena
-11

Detroit City FC
-9

DFeeters Kicks
-11

El Paso Locomot
-7

Escondido
-11

FC Cincinnati

FC Dallas

FC Motown
-11

FC Tucson
-9

Flower City Uni
-11

Forward Madison
-11

Georgia Revolut
-11

Greenville Triu
-11

Hartford Athlet
-9

Hartford City
-11

Houston Dynamo

Indy Eleven
-7

Inter Miami

L.A. Galaxy

LA Force
-11

Lansdowne Bhoys
-11

Las Vegas Legen
-11

Las Vegas Light
-9

Los Angeles FC

Louisville City
-9

Lynchburg
-11

Maryland Bobcat
-11

Memphis 901
-7

Miami FC
-6

Miami United
-11

Michigan Stars
-11

Minneapolis Cit
-11

Minnesota United

Monterey Bay FC
-11

New Mexico Unit
-10

New York Red Bull

North Carolina
-11

North Carolina
-11

Northern Colora
-11

Northern Virgin
-11

Oakland Roots
-10

Ocean City Nore
-11

Orange County S
-5

Orlando City

Orlando FC Wolv
-11

Oyster Bay Unit
-11

Park City Red W
-11

Phoenix Rising
-9

Pittsburgh Rive
-10

Portland Timber
-11

Real Salt Lake

Richmond Kicker
-11

Rio Grande Vall
-8

Rochester New Y
-11

Sacramento Repu
-11

San Antonio

San Diego Loyal
-8

San Fernando Va
-11

San Jose Earthqua

SC United Banta
-11

Southern States
-11

St. Louis City
-11

Tampa Bay Rowdi
-10

The Villages SC
-11

Tormenta FC
-11

Tulsa Athletics
-11

Tulsa Roughneck
-9

Union Omaha
-10

Valley United F
-11

West Chester Un
-11

Western Mass Pi
-11

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