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Mexico vs Jamaica
Mexico vs Jamaica
Champions by State
The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, commonly known as the U.S. Open Cup (USOC), is a knock-out cup competition in American soccer. It is the oldest ongoing national soccer competition in the U.S. and the world's third-longest-running open soccer tournament. The 103rd edition, held in 2016, was contested by 91 clubs from the three professional leagues sanctioned by the United States Soccer Federation: Major League Soccer (MLS), the North American Soccer League (NASL) and the United Soccer League (USL), and also amateur clubs in the earlier rounds of the tournament after qualifying through their leagues. The overall champion earns a total of $250,000 in prize money, while the runner-up receives $60,000, and the furthest-advancing team from each lower division league receives $15,000. In addition, the tournament winner qualifies for the group stage of the CONCACAF Champions League.
The competition was first held during the 1913–14 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 then dedicated to MLS owner Lamar Hunt by the United States Soccer Federation in 1999.
Major League Soccer teams have dominated the competition since MLS began play in 1996. No lower division team has won the U.S. Open Cup since the Rochester Rhinos in 1999 or reached the U.S. Open Cup final since the Charleston Battery in 2008. The most recent champions of the competition, FC Dallas, won their second title (the first title came when they were known as the Dallas Burn) after defeating the New England Revolution 4–2 in the 2016 final.
103 edition @USOpenCup @wfan @NewEnglandRevs -0-1- @NYRedBulls Final @NYRedBulls moves on to the semi finals
103 edition of the US Open Cup
New England Revolution -0- NY Red Bulls -1- Final 0 - 1
Bradley Wright-Phillips with the winning goal,
NY Red Bulls moves on to the semi finals to face the winner of the Miami FC vs FC Cincinnati
Benfica reach over 100 million euros on the sell of Ederson to MCity, Lindelof to Manchester United and Semedo to Barcelona
Nélson Semedo is out of Benfica to represent Barcelona. BOLA knows that the two clubs have agreed to transfer the right-back for € 30 million, plus € 5 million
pending . The 23-year-old will sign with the Catalan emblem a contract valid for five seasons.