The 2021 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup – despite the revised schedule – has officially been canceled with US Soccer committing to a full return in 2022.
The latest announcement from the Open Cup Committee has officially canceled the first round and further reduced the number of participants to just 16.
I scoured youtube looking for full and complete FC Dallas games and came up with a list of 10 games that you can see right now.
I’m not kidding. It’s kind of crazy. It depends on a couple outside factors and who knows if the club can pull it off. But man, would it be fun.
The three local sides in the 2020 US Open Cup not named FD Dallas have learned who their second-round opponents will be if they advance out of the opening round.
All three Metroplex sides – Fort Worth Vaqueros and Denton Diablos of the NPSL as well as NTX Rayados of NTPSA – learned their first-round opponent in the 2020 US Open Cup this morning.
When US Soccer made the announcement of a schedule change for the 2020 US Open Cup, there was much speculation that teams in the NPSL and USL-2 wouldn’t be able to field teams due to their reliance on college players.
In an attempt to create more “David vs Goliath” matchups – their words, not mine – US Soccer has changed the competition format for the 2020 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
Local amateur powerhouse NTX Rayados has done it again, qualifying for the 2020 US Open Cup with a 3-0 win on the road over Celtic Cowboys Premier of Austin.
Local amateur juggernaut NTX Rayados continued their run for their record 9th straight US Open Qualification this weekend by knocking off Fort Worth’s best amateur side, Inocentes FC.