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1995 U.S. Open Cup

1995 U.S. Open CupDescription : The 1995 United States Open Cup is often considered the start of the modern era of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, although Lamar Hunt's name was not added until the 1999 edition. It was the 82nd edition of the soccer tournament to crown the national champion of the United States.The Richmond Kickers of the USISL Premier League won the cup in a 4-2 shootout against the El Paso Patriots, following a 1-1 tie after extra time. The match was played at Socorro ISD Stadium, El Paso, Texas.Richmond Ki... Page:1592

1995 U.S. Open Cup
CountryUnited States
Teams16
ChampionsRichmond Kickers
(1st title)
Runners-upEl Paso Patriots
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The 1995 United States Open Cup is often considered the start of the modern era of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, although Lamar Hunt's name was not added until the 1999 edition. It was the 82nd edition of the soccer tournament to crown the national champion of the United States.

The Richmond Kickers of the USISL Premier League won the cup in a 4-2 shootout against the El Paso Patriots, following a 1-1 tie after extra time. The match was played at Socorro ISD Stadium, El Paso, Texas.

Bracket

First RoundQuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
            
USASAFlamengo SC (UT)2
APSLColorado Foxes6
APSLColorado Foxes0
USISLEl Paso Patriots2
USASASt. Petersburg Kickers2
USISLEl Paso Patriots5
USISLEl Paso Patriots1
APSLSeattle Sounders0
APSLSeattle Sounders9
USISLEverett Bigfoot2
APSLSeattle Sounders5
USISLChico Rooks0
USISLValley Golden Eagles0
USISLChico Rooks2
USISLEl Paso Patriots1 (2)
USISLRichmond Kickers
(AET, PSO)
1 (4)
USISLRichmond Kickers6
USASAFairfax Spartans2
USISLRichmond Kickers2
APSLAtlanta Ruckus1
USISLTampa Bay Cyclones2
APSLAtlanta Ruckus4
USISLRichmond Kickers4
USISLChicago Stingers3
USASAAAC Eagles (IL)1
USISLChicago Stingers2
USISLChicago Stingers1
APSLNew York Centaurs0
USISLConnecticut Wolves0
APSLNew York Centaurs3

Rounds

First Round

  • AAC Eagles (USASA) 1-2 Chicago Stingers (USISL)
  • Connecticut Wolves (USISL) 0-3 New York Centaurs (A-League)
  • Tampa Bay Cyclones (USISL) 2-4 Atlanta Ruckus (USISL)
  • Richmond Kickers (USISL) 6-1 Maryland Spartans (USASA)
  • Valley Golden Eagles (USISL) 0-2 Chico Rooks (USISL)
  • Seattle Sounders (A-League) 9-2 Everett BigFoot (USISL)
  • St. Petersburg Kickers (USASA) 2-5 El Paso Patriots (USISL)
  • Flamengo (USASA) 2-6 Colorado Foxes (A-League)

Quarterfinals

  • Chicago Stingers (USISL) 1-0 New York Centaurs (A-League)
  • Richmond Kickers (USISL) 2-1 Atlanta Ruckus (USISL)
  • Seattle Sounders (A-League) 5-0 Chico Rooks (USISL)
  • Colorado Foxes (A-League) 0-2 El Paso Patriots (USISL)

Semifinals

  • Richmond Kickers (USISL) 4-3 Chicago Stingers (USISL)
  • El Paso Patriots (USISL) 1-0 Seattle Sounders (A-League)

Championship

Richmond Kickers (USISL Premier) v El Paso Patriots (USISL Pro)

August 27, 1995
Richmond Kickers (USISL Premier)1–1El Paso Patriots (USISL Pro)
Ukrop (Cowlishaw) Goal 82'(Report)Goal 49' Gambino Amparan (Mercado)
 Penalties 
4 – 2
Soccorro Ind. School District Stadium - El Paso, Texas
Attendance: 7378

MVP: Rob Ukrop (Richmond)

External links

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