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2013 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup

2013 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup
Country United States
Teams 68
Champions D.C. United (3rd title)
Runners-up Real Salt Lake
Matches played 67
Goals scored 220 (3.28 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Dwayne De Rosario
Frédéric Piquionne
(5 goals each)

The 2013 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup was the 100th edition of the oldest ongoing competition in American soccer. Qualification began in November 2012 in the fifth tier, although the United States Soccer Federation did not announce the format until March 5, 2013.[1]

The defending champions were Sporting Kansas City, who were knocked out of the competition in the Fourth Round. D.C. United received a $250,000 cash prize and a berth into the 2014–15 CONCACAF Champions League for winning the tournament, while Real Salt Lake received $60,000 for being the runner-up. Three teams received $15,000 for being the top finisher from each lower division - FC Tucson (USL PDL), Orlando City (USL Pro), & Carolina RailHawks (NASL).


Two play-in matches were conducted between 2 NPSL teams and the entrants for USCS and SS with the winners entering the First Round.[2][3]
Enter in Play-In Round Enter in First Round Enter in Second Round Enter in Third Round
2 teams/1 team/1 team
6 teams/8 teams/16 teams/4 teams
6 teams/8 teams
16 teams
National Premier Soccer League
United States Club Soccer
  • Fresno Fuego Future[5]
United States Specialty Sports Association
National Premier Soccer League
United States Adult Soccer Association
Premier Development League
  • $: Winner of $15,000 bonus for advancing the furthest in the competition from their respective divisions.[11]
  • $$: Winner of $60,000 for being the runner-up in the competition.
  • $$$: Winner of $250,000 for winning the competition.


Home team is listed first, winners are in bold.

Play-In Round (May 7) Advances to First Round
USCS Fresno Fuego Future 3
NPSL FC Hasental [12] 5
NPSL FC Hasental
NPSL Georgia Revolution
USSSA Colorado Rovers 1(3)
NPSL [13] 1(5)
  First Round
(May 14/15)
Second Round
(May 21)
Third Round
(May 28/29)
PDL  GPS Portland Phoenix 2     USLP  Rochester Rhinos 1     USLP  Rochester Rhinos 1
USASA  Mass Premier 0     PDL  GPS Portland Phoenix 0     MLS  New England Revolution 5
NPSL  Brooklyn Italians 1     USLP  Richmond Kickers 4     USLP  Richmond Kickers 0(2)
USASA  Icon FC 4     USASA  Icon FC 1     MLS  D.C. United 0(4)
PDL  Reading United 2     PDL  Reading United 1     MLS  New York Red Bulls 2
NPSL  FC Sonic Lehigh Valley 0     USLP  Harrisburg City Islanders 0     PDL  Reading United 0
PDL  Carolina Dynamo 4(4)     NASL  Carolina RailHawks 3     NASL  Carolina RailHawks 2
NPSL  Chattanooga FC 4(1)     PDL  Carolina Dynamo 1     MLS  Los Angeles Galaxy 0
PDL  Orlando City U-23 1(3)     USLP  VSI Tampa Bay FC 1     NASL  Tampa Bay Rowdies 1
USLP  VSI Tampa Bay FC 1(5)     NASL  Tampa Bay Rowdies 2     MLS  Seattle Sounders FC 0
USASA  Red Force 2     PDL  Ocala Stampede 1     MLS  Colorado Rapids 1
PDL  Ocala Stampede 4     USLP  Orlando City 2     USLP  Orlando City 3
PDL  Des Moines Menace 1     NASL  Minnesota United 0     MLS  Sporting Kansas City 2
NPSL  Madison 56ers 0     PDL  Des Moines Menace 1     PDL  Des Moines Menace 0
PDL  FC Tucson 2     NASL  San Antonio Scorpions 2(3)     MLS  Houston Dynamo 2
USLP  Phoenix FC 1     PDL  FC Tucson 2(4)     PDL  FC Tucson 0
PDL  Austin Aztex 3     PDL  Austin Aztex 0     MLS  Portland Timbers 5
USASA  NTX Rayados 0     USLP  Wilmington Hammerheads 2     USLP  Wilmington Hammerheads 1
PDL  Ventura County Fusion 3     USLP  Los Angeles Blues 5     USLP  Los Angeles Blues 1
NPSL  FC Hasental 2     PDL  Ventura County Fusion 1     MLS  Chivas USA 2
PDL  Portland Timbers U23s 3     PDL  Portland Timbers U23s 0     USLP  Charleston Battery 1
NPSL  Sacramento Gold 2     USLP  Charleston Battery 1     MLS  San Jose Earthquakes 0
PDL  Seattle Sounders FC U-23 5     USLP  Charlotte Eagles 3     USLP  Charlotte Eagles 0
USASA  Doxa Italia 1     PDL  Seattle Sounders FC U-23 0     MLS  Chicago Fire 2
NPSL  Georgia Revolution 4     NPSL  Georgia Revolution 2     MLS  Real Salt Lake 3
PDL  Real Colorado Foxes 3     NASL  Atlanta Silverbacks 3     NASL  Atlanta Silverbacks 2
PDL  Laredo Heat 2     NASL  Fort Lauderdale Strikers 1(7)     NASL  Fort Lauderdale Strikers 0
USASA  PSA Elite 0     PDL  Laredo Heat 1(6)     MLS  FC Dallas 2
PDL  Ocean City Nor'easters 2    
NPSL  New York Red Bulls U23s 0     PDL  Ocean City Nor'easters 1     MLS  Philadelphia Union 2
USLP  Pittsburgh Riverhounds 0     PDL  Ocean City Nor'easters 1
USLP  Pittsburgh Riverhounds 1(5)    
USASA  RWB Adria 1(3)    
USLP  Dayton Dutch Lions 3    
PDL  River City Rovers 0     USLP  Dayton Dutch Lions (aet) 4     MLS  Columbus Crew 2
USASA  Dearborn Stars 1     USLP  Dayton Dutch Lions 1
PDL  Michigan Bucks 0    
USASA  Dearborn Stars 2    
Fourth Round
(June 12/13)
(June 26)
(August 7)
(October 1)
MLS Chicago Fire 2
MLS Columbus Crew 1
MLS Chicago Fire 5
USLP Orlando City 1
MLS Sporting Kansas City 0
USLP Orlando City 1
MLS Chicago Fire 0
MLS D.C. United 2
MLS D.C. United 3
MLS Philadelphia Union 1
MLS D.C. United 3
MLS New England Revolution 1
MLS New England Revolution 4
MLS New York Red Bulls 2
MLS D.C. United 1
MLS Real Salt Lake 0
MLS Real Salt Lake (aet) 5
USLP Charleston Battery 2
MLS Real Salt Lake 3
NASL Carolina RailHawks 0
NASL Carolina RailHawks (aet) 3
MLS Chivas USA 1
MLS Real Salt Lake 2
MLS Portland Timbers 1
MLS FC Dallas 3
MLS Houston Dynamo 0
MLS FC Dallas 2
MLS Portland Timbers 3
MLS Portland Timbers 2
NASL Tampa Bay Rowdies 0


Play-In Round

First Round

Second Round

Third Round

Fourth Round

  • 1 Game was postponed and moved to June 13 due to severe weather.[14]




October 1, 2013
7:00 PM MDT
Real Salt Lake 0–1 D.C. United
Beckerman Booked 45+1'
Rimando Booked 90'
Report Riley Booked 21'
Neal Goal 45'
DeLeon Booked 58'
Korb Booked 80'
Rio Tinto Stadium
Attendance: 17,608
Referee: Juan Guzman (California)

Top Goal Scorers

Final standings as of October 1, 2013.

Rank Scorer Club Goals
1 Dwayne De Rosario D.C. United 5
Frédéric Piquionne Portland Timbers 5
3 Argjent Duka Icon FC 4
David Geno Seattle Sounders FC U-23 4
Kwadwo Poku Georgia Revolution 4
Kelyn Rowe New England Revolution 4
7 Dom Dwyer Orlando City S.C. 3
Georgi Hristov Tampa Bay Rowdies 3
Hakan Ilhan Carolina Dynamo 3
Mike Magee Chicago Fire 3
Chris Rolfe Chicago Fire 3
Devon Sandoval Real Salt Lake 3
Gustavo Villalobos FC Hasental 3

See also


  1. ^ "Largest-ever field, increased prize money highlight 2013 US Open Cup". Retrieved March 5, 2013. 
  2. ^ Format of 100th edition of US Open Cup released: Year of change for prize money, hosting decisions & team numbers (5 March 2013).
  3. ^ 2013 US Lamar Hunt US Open Cup Release (5 March 2013).
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h "Great Lakes Division teams decline 2013 US Open Cup berths as NPSL entries finalized". Retrieved 9 April 2013. 
  5. ^ a b "2013 US Open Cup field to be completed this weekend, Play-In Round matches set, draw coming soon". Retrieved 28 April 2013. 
  6. ^ "Colorado Rovers to represent United States Specialty Sports Association in 100th Lamar Hunt US Open Cup". Retrieved March 22, 2013. 
  7. ^ "2013 US Open Cup qualifying: USASA Region I, II, IV and US Club Soccer in action this weekend (with updates)". Retrieved 21 April 2013. 
  8. ^ Hakala, Josh. "2013 US Open Cup field is complete, Play-In Round matches set, draw coming soon". Retrieved 30 April 2013. 
  9. ^ a b c d "KC Athletics withdraw from 2013 US Open Cup after Dearborn Stars’ protest upheld". Retrieved 29 April 2013. 
  10. ^ a b "2013 US Open Cup qualifying: Nine USASA Region III teams to battle for two berths in New Orleans this weekend (UPDATED)". Retrieved 14 April 2013. 
  11. ^ "Orlando City SC and Carolina Railhawks Advance to Quarterfinals in Fourth Round Upsets". Retrieved 13 June 2013. 
  12. ^ a b "Sports briefs: Fuego clinch play-in spot for U.S. Open Cup tournament". Retrieved April 29, 2013. 
  13. ^ a b "Georgia Revolution". 2013 Georgia Revolution. Retrieved April 29, 2013. 
  14. ^ "Match Commissioner, Frank Klopas talk U.S. Open Cup postponement". Retrieved 13 June 2013. 

External links

  • The – Full Coverage of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup
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