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FC Cincinnati, Miami FC U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal rescheduled for August 2nd

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Fans of FC Cincinnati and Miami FC will need to wait a while longer for their much-anticipated U.S. Open Cup match.

The match, which was rained out on Wednesday night due to severe thunderstorms in the Miami area, has been rescheduled for August 2nd at 7:30 p.

U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal between Miami FC, FC Cincinnati postponed

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The two non-MLS sides remaining in the U.S. Open Cup will have to wait to book their place into the semifinals.

Miami FC 's clash with fellow second division side FC Cincinnati was postponed on Wednesday evening due to consistent thunderstorms in the Miami area.The match, which was supposed to kick off at 7:30 p.

U.S. Open Cup Round 3: A Look Ahead

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The third round of the U.S. Open Cup kicked off on Tuesdaynight with Saint Louis FC being the first team to qualify for the fourth round by beating the Michigan Bucks 2-1. An early brace bySebastian Dalgaard was enough to see them through for a fourth round matchup with the Chicago Fire.

Wednesday'saction will see three amateur teams seek a chance at the fourth round with two of them hosting their games.

Major League Soccer

Sporting Kansas City, winner of FC Cincinnati, Miami FC to host U.S. Open Cup semifinals

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The magical run of either FC Cincinnati or Miami FC will continue in the U.S. Open Cup semifinals, and no matter who wins, they'll be returning home next round.

The winner of the rescheduled FC Cincy vs. Miami FC quarterfinal will host the New York Red Bulls in the upcoming semifinal round.

U.S. Open Cup Round of 16: Miami FC hosts Atlanta United, FC Cincy hosts Chicago Fire, and more

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With the Round of 16 draw officially complete, the next stage of the U.S. Open Cup features some truly intriguing match-ups

The immediate takeaway is that both Miami FC and FC Cincinnati will host their round of 16 MLS opponents in the South region, with Miami taking on Atlanta United and Cincy battling the Chicago Fire.

U.S. Open Cup Fourth Round: A Look Ahead

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The Fourth Round of the U.S. Open Cup begins on Tuesday as MLS teams join the fray.

Many of the top tier teams are well rested after the international break, but do have league matches coming up this weekend. As always, look for giant slayings as the lower league clubs get their shot at the big boys.

Soccer Wednesday: Your Running Commentary

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Wednesday's soccer action takes place across a trio of separate competitions, ranging between Canada and the United States.

A second-leg semifinal in the Canadian Championship sees the Ottawa Fury looking to eliminate Toronto F.C. away from home.

NY Derby, Sounders-Timbers headline U.S. Open Cup fourth round matchups

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MLS sides are set to enter the U.S. Open Cup, and several big-time matches have already been drawn for the competition's fourth round.

A New York Derby and Cascadia clash between the Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders headline the list of fourth round pairings drawn on Thursday.

New York Red Bulls

Wright-Phillips dagger sends Red Bulls to U.S. Open Cup semifinals

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The New York Red Bulls advanced to the semifinal of the U.S. Open Cup for the first time since 2003, while winning back-to-back games in New England against the Revolution for the first time ever.

The Red Bulls left it late once again, scoring the winner in the 87th minute.

Red Bulls ride Royer's hot hand over rivals

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The New York Red Bulls have not defeated MLS opposition in the U.S. Open Cup since 2003. The significance of the Red Bull victory over New York City FC Wednesday night cannot be understated, nor can the man who felled their blue rival.

In his second season with the club, Daniel Royer is becoming a desperately needed complimentary piece of the Red Bull's offensive puzzle.

Despite loss, Vieira enjoys challenge against Red Bulls

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New York City FC head coach Patrick Vieira enjoys the day-to-day grind and process of this project that is NYCFC. Despite the recent reports of overseas clubs wanting the former Arsenal and French legend, he's all about building this club, through the good days and the bad.

Adams gains praise in return to New York Red Bulls

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Wednesday night's U.S. Open Cup game did not just mark progression to the next round at the expense of rival New York City FC for the New York Red Bulls. The match also saw the return of Tyler Adams, fresh off an impressive run at the U-20 World Cup in South Korea where the U.

Marsch suspended for U.S. Open Cup match against NYCFC

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After the Red Bulls completed their penultimate training session before Wednesday's clash with New York City FC in the fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup, head coach Jesse Marsch was anticipating the first of four matches in a 10-week period with their cross-river rivals.

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Revs Eliminated from Open Cup

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A late Bradley Wright-Phillips goal eliminated the Revolution from the U.S. Open Cup tournament after the Red Bulls beat the locals 1-0 in Thursday's quarterfinal clash at Jordan Field in Cambridge, Mass.

Wright-Phillips scored in the 87th minute when a grabbed a short pass from Felipe inside the box and tucked it into the Revolution net.

Subplots Aplenty for #NEvNY USOC Tie

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Every rivalry match contains an added layer of drama when points are on the line. But when the shared history of longtime combatants extends itself to tournament play, well, there's usually no shortage of rich subplots.

That sentiment certainly holds true for Thursday's U.

Revs Advance to USOC Q’finals

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Rookie Brian Wright's first professional goal steered the Revolution to the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals after they beat DC United 2-1 in Wednesday's Round of 16 clash at Jordan Field in Cambridge, Mass.

Wright, the Revolution's first-round pick in the 2017 SuperDraft, broke a 1-1 draw when he slotted it past Travis Worra in the 48th minute.

Revs Beat Rhinos in Open Cup Play

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A reserve-laden Revolution team beat an undermanned Rochester Rhinos (USL) 3-0 in Wednesday's U.S. Open Cup fourth round tie at Chapey Field in Providence, R.I.

The locals struck right before the break after Teal Bunbury sent it through from the spot in the 44th minute only moments after Zachary Herivaux was brought down inside the box by a Rochester defender Wal Fall.

Omens’ Open Cup Magic Runs Out

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The Cinderella run authored by GPS Omens (BSSL) in U.S. Open Cup play came to an end on Wednesday, but not before giving the Rochester Rhinos (USL) all they could handle in a heartbreaking 2-1 extra time loss in a third-round clash at Rhinos Stadium in Rochester, N.

Revs to Host USOC in Providence

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The Revolution will host its fourth-round U.S. Open Cup tie at Providence College's Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium in Providence, R.I. on Jun. 14.

After hosting Open Cup play at Harvard University's Jordan Field in Allston, Mass. during the last two seasons, the team returns to the Ocean State for the first time since 2014.

Omens Upsets Boston City in Open Cup

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GPS Omens authored another U.S. Open Cup shocker by handing Boston City FC a 2-1 second-round loss at Harry Della Russo Stadium in Revere, Mass. on Wednesday.

Omens' victory followed last week's 2-0 upset of PDL side GPS Portland Phoenix, a victory which set the stage for Wednesday's proceedings.

Hello, Neumann

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Welcome back to the latest installment of "Hello Neumann," where former Revolution midfielder Steve Neumann joins us to offer his perspective on the state of American soccer and MLS.

In this edition, Steve talks about the U.S. Open Cup from the player's perspective, and along with some of his favoritememories from past tournaments.

Boston City, Omens Set for 2nd Round

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The second round of the U.S. Open Cup tournament will feature an intriguing clash of clubs from the Hub on Wednesday as Boston City FC (NPSL) hosts GPS Omens (BSSL) at Harry Della Russo Stadium in Revere, Mass.

The Lions will be playing on short rest, as Wednesday's fixture will be their third in eight days.

Omens Upsets Phoenix in 1st Round

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Bay State Soccer League's GPS Omens pulled off a 2-0 upset victory over PDL's GPS Portland Phoenix in Wednesday's first round U.S. Open Cup tie at Deering High School in Portland, Me.

Omens wasted no time setting the stage for the shock result on a second minute strike from Jake Johnson before Ben Shuleva added another in the 25th minute.

Lions Survive Ejections to Win on PKs

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Boston City FC left Ludlow with a penalty kick victory over intra-state rival Western Mass Pioneers Wednesday to advance to the second round of the U.S. Open Cup. The game ended 2-2 after extra time, but the Lions came out the victor with a narrow 5-4 win in penalty kicks.

Clash of Commonwealth Clubs on Tap

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Commonwealth clubs Boston City FC and the Western Mass Pioneers will meet for the first time in Wednesday's first round U.S. Open Cup tie at historic Lusitano Stadium in Ludlow, Mass at 7:00pm.

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PDL: Pioneers Unveil Schedule

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The Western Mass Pioneers will kick off their 20th season in May after the squad revealed its PDL schedule for the upcoming season.

While the club commences its 14-match PDL fixture list May 13, the Pioneers' first opportunity to hit the pitch will come May 10 for a first-round U.

Four NE-Based Sides Get Open Cup Bids

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Boston City FC, GPS Omens,GPS Portland Phoenix, and the Western Mass Pioneers will participate in the 2017 U.S. Open Cup tournament after the 99-teamfield was announced on Wednesday.

The four New England-based sides claimed their bids following successful campaigns in 2016.

FC Dallas

Sporting KC's Opara diagnosed with severe concussion after scary kick to head

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Stop me if you've heard this before. Ike Opara, on the cusp of a season that would cement him as one of the best defenders in MLS, will miss extended time due to an unfortunate injury.

In a very scary moment, the Sporting Kansas City defender went to head a ball away from FC Dallas' Maxi Urruti, whose attempted bicycle kick caught Opara square in the face.

Sporting KC advances to U.S. Open Cup semis after wild extra-time finish

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Though Sporting KC went a man down in the 13th minute of Tuesday's U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal, it was the shorthanded team thatemerged not only winner, but a man up after extra time.

Sporting KC knocked off defending U.S. Open Cup champions FC Dallas by grinding out a physical affair and winning 3-0 after 120 minutes at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas.

U.S. Open Cup Rewind: Miami FC, FC Cincy provide upsets; Red Bulls edge Union and more

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Reigning U.S. Open Cup champs FC Dallas became the first club to book their spot into the tournament's quarterfinals after defeating the Colorado Rapids on Tuesday evening. On Wednesday, seven other clubs joined them, with the biggest shocks coming from Miami FC and FC Cincinnati.

U.S. Open Cup Preview: Dynamo host Sporting KC, Union visit Red Bulls, and more

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The U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 begins on Tuesday night with an all Western Conference showdown taking place in Frisco kickstarting the festivities.

On Wednesday, 14 other clubs will fight to book their place into next month's quarterfinals. Three lower league sides remain in the competition with FC Cincinnati, Miami FC, and Republic FC all in action on Wednesday.

U.S. Open Cup Final: The SBI Breakdown

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FC Dallas lifted the club's first trophy in 19 years on Tuesday night. With it, came a bit of vindication, a bit of validation, a bit of proof that the club's investments had finally paid off.

Build on a core that are yet to enter their prime years, FC Dallas surged past the New England Revolution, 4-2, on Tuesday night.

The Rest

Revs rookie Wright has breakout game in U.S. Open Cup win over D.C. United

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BOSTON For the first six minutes of the second half of Wednesday night's U.S. Open Cup round of 16 game against D.C. United, New England Revolution rookie forward Brian Wright showed the upside that made him a 20th overall pick in this past winter's 2017 MLS Draft.

Soccer Wednesday: Your Running Commentary

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It's a busy Wednesday in the soccer world as the Confederations Cup, U.S. Open Cup, and an international friendly all grace your television and/or computer screens today.

Everything starts with the FIFA Confederations Cup. The knockout rounds for the World Cup dress rehearsal are upon us with Portugal and Chile kicking things off this afternoon on FS1.

With blowout win, Vermes reaffirms Open Cup is a priority for Sporting KC

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Several managers of front-running MLS teams like Sporting Kansas City might have looked to rotate the squad during this week's midweek US Open Cup slate, especially with a West Coast road trip looming.

Not Peter Vermes. A 4-0 U.S. Open Cup win over Minnesota United FC on Wednesday at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas, reaffirmed his team's priority of the competition.

Hard work pays off for Epps in first professional start

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When Fabian Herbers went down with an injury on May 20, the Philadelphia Union needed another winger to step into the void on the depth chart.

Marcus Epps has taken full advantage of the opportunity in the last few weeks in training during the international break. The rookie from South Florida rewarded the Union on Wednesday with a goal in his standout performance during their 3-1 U.

Tuesday U.S. Open Cup Rewind: D.C. United tops Christos, Sounders beat Timbers and more

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The fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup began on Tuesday with three matches featuring four MLS teams.

Christos FC, the only amateur club remaining in the tournament, managed to push a goal across against D.C. United before finally capitulating late in the match.

The SBI View: U.S. Open Cup feels stale, boring with regional schedule

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The fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup begins on Tuesday, and unfortunately for the competition, the stage where Major League Soccer teams arrive comes with little intrigue.

A full complement of factors has gone against the Open Cup in recent years as the tournament tries to gain traction among soccer fans and the mainstream sports scene.

USOC: Pioneers-Boston City Paired for 1st-Rd Matchup

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Two of the region's most popular clubs will face off in the 2017 U.S. Open Cup tournament as the Western Mass Pioneers (PDL) and Boston City FC (NPSL) were pitted against each other in the first round during Wednesday's draw.

The Pioneers and Lions will meet at 7:00pm on May 10 at Lusitano Stadium in Ludlow, Mass.

U.S. Soccer announces format for 2017 U.S. Open Cup

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With questions surrounding how the USL's new Division II status would affect the tournament, U.S. Soccer announced the format and list of participating teams for the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.

The first round of the tournament is set for May 10th as 28 matches will be played by 56 Open Division teams from the PDL, NPSL, and local qualifiers.