The New York Cosmos, Miami FC and Jacksonville Armada will be allowed to field teams in the U.S. Open Cup this year after the U.S. Soccer Federation changed course on Friday.
The decision was taken by the USSF's Open Cup Committee, and the three teams will have until Monday, April 2, at 4 p.m. ET to confirm their participation.
The clubs are still members of the North American Soccer League, but the NASL is currently on hiatus having canceled the 2018 season after its application for a Division II...
Orlando City signed Miami FC striker Stefano Pinho, the reigning NASL most valuable player, on a busy Monday for the Lions.
Pinho, 26, scored 17 goals in 27 league games this year, winning both the Golden Boot as top scorer and Golden Ball as MVP for the second time in three years.
The Brazilian made his greatest impression on Orlando when he scored a hat trick to beat the Lions 3-1 in the U.S. Open Cup in June.
He will help fill the attacking void left by his countryman Kaka, who was out of...
Miami FC is taking its battle to require the U.S. Soccer Federation to introduce promotion and relegation to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
The club won this year's spring season title in the NASL, designated by the USSF as a second-tier league, though it has no hope of being promoted to the top flight because Major League Soccer does not use a system of promotion and relegation common in most global football leagues.
And together with fourth-tier club Kingston Stockade FC, Miami FC said...
FC Cincinnati is on to the semifinals of the U.S. Open Cup after beating Miami FC 1-0 in a match that was rescheduled from July due to torrential rains in Florida.
Djiby Fall turned in the only goal of the match, poking home from close range in the 68th minute from a Justin Hoyle assist to give his team the 1-0 lead.
The visitors advance to face the New York Red Bulls in the last four to become the first non-MLS semifinalist since the 2011 Richmond Kickers.