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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Portland Timbers to face San Jose Earthquakes in U.S. Open Cup

MLS teams begin play in the U.S. Open Cup on June 15.

The Portland Timbers will host the San Jose Earthquakes as MLS teams enter the U.S. Open Cup in the fourth round.

The Timbers-Earthquakes matchup is the only one involving two MLS teams.

Most MLS clubs were matched up with lower-division teams from their regions, though many matchups are yet to be fully set before their opponents conclude the third round on June 1.

Among the possible matchups are New York City FC hosting the NASL's New York Cosmos, as well as FC Dallas playing at Rayo OKC.

Soon-to-be...

Bethlehem Steel, LA Galaxy II among clubs banned from U.S. Open Cup

CHICAGO -- Lower-division farm teams will not be able to play in this year's U.S. Open Cup.

The U.S. Soccer Federation said Thursday any outdoor professional team that is majority-owned by a higher-level outdoor professional team is ineligible for the tournament.

Following the change, eight teams from the third-division United Soccer League were barred from this year's competition: Bethlehem Steel (Philadelphia Union), LA Galaxy II, New York Red Bulls II, Orlando City B, Portland Timbers 2, Real...

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Sporting KC beats Philadelphia Union 7-6 on penalties in U.S. Open Cup

Philadelphia UnionPhiladelphia Union
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Sporting Kansas City wins 7-6 on Penalty Kicks.
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Sporting KC won their third trophy in four years in a thrilling U.S. Open Cup final that went all the way to penalties.

A marathon U.S. Open Cup final on a rainy night at PPL Park in Philadelphia ended with Sporting Kansas City beating the Union 7-6 on penalties after the teams' 120 minutes of regulation play ended in a 1-1 draw.

Jordi Quintilla hit the decisive penalty as SKC earned its third trophy in four years after winning the U.S. Open Cup in 2012 and the MLS Cup in 2013.

Philadelphia's Sebastien Le Toux opened the scoring in the 23rd minute, when Vincent Nogueira found the Union striker with a long ball...