2013 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup

Dating back to 1914, the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup (known as the U.S. Open Cup until 1999) is the oldest cup competition in American soccer and among the oldest soccer tournaments in the world. The 100-year-old single-elimination event is open to every affiliated amateur and professional team in the United States. 

Fourth Round - Crew at Chicago Fire

The Black & Gold advances to face Chicago Fire on Wednesday, June 12 in the Fourth Round of Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup at 8:30 p.m. ET

Official Game Guide

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Third Round - Crew vs. Dayton Dutch Lions

Crew 2 - Dayton Dutch Lions 1. The Black & Gold advances to face Chicago Fire on Wednesday, June 12 in the Fourth Round of Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. READ MORE

A full Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup tournament bracket can be viewed here.

Fourth Round Matchups

Chicago Fire vs. Columbus Crew, June 12; Toyota Park

New England Revolution vs. New York Red Bulls, June 12; Harvard University

D.C. United vs. Philadelphia Union, June 12; Maryland SoccerPlex

Sporting Kansas City vs. Orlando City (USL PRO), June 12; Sporting Park

FC Dallas vs. Houston Dynamo, June 12; FC Dallas Stadium

Carolina RailHawks (NASL) vs. Chivas USA, June 12; WakeMed Soccer Park

Real Salt Lake vs. Charleston Battery (USL PRO), June 12; Rio Tinto Stadium

Portland Timbers vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies (NASL), June 12; JELD-WEN Field

Fifth Round Scenario

Should the Crew defeat Chicago, the Black & Gold will host the winner of the Sporting KC and Orlando City SC (USL PRO) Fourth Round contest in a Quarterfinals match on Wednesday, June 26. A Chicago victory would mean the Fire would host the winner of the SKC/Orlando City SC match at Toyota Park on the 26th.

 

Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup History

Year Round Result
1998 Finalist 2-1 (OT) loss at Chicago (MLS)
1999 Semifinalist 3-2 loss vs. Rochester (A-League)
2000 Quarterfinalist 1-1 tie vs. New York (MLS); lost 7-5 in PKs
2001 Quarterfinalist 2-1 loss at New England (MLS)
2002 CHAMPION 1-0 win vs. Los Angeles*
2003 Round of 16 4-3 loss vs. New York (MLS)
2004 Round of 16 2-1 (OT) loss vs. Chicago (MLS)
2005 Round of 32 3-1 (OT) loss vs. Dallas (MLS)
2006 Round of 16 2-1 (OT) loss at D.C. United (MLS)
2007 Qualifying 1-0 loss vs. Los Angeles (MLS)
2008 Qualifying 3-2 (OT) loss at Chicago (MLS)
2009 Round of 16 1-1 (3-5 PKs) loss at Rochester (USL-1)
2010 Finalist 2-1 loss at Seattle (MLS)
2011 Round of 32 2-1 loss vs. Richmond Kickers (USL-Pro)
2012 Round of 32 2-1 loss vs. Dayton Dutch Lions (USL-Pro) - RECAP

 

*Oct. 24, 2002 - The Crew wins its first-ever championship, defeating Los Angeles 1-0 to win the U.S. Open Cup title at Columbus Crew Stadium, behind Freddy Garcia's goal and Jon Busch's shutout.

Crew Open Cup History
Overall: 19-12-2
Home: 11-6-1
Road: 6-5-1
Neutral: 2-1-0

vs. USSF Division I Teams (MLS): 9-9-1
vs. USSF Division II clubs: 5-1-1 (A League: 1995-2004, later USL-1: 2005-2010, presently NASL)
vs. USSF Division III clubs: 4-2-0 (USL-D3 Pro League:1999-2003, then USL Pro Soccer League: 2003-2005, then USL Second Division: 2005-2010, now USL-Pro)
vs. USSF Division IV clubs: 1-0-0 (PDL and NPSL clubs)