2004 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup

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2004 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup
Country United States
Champions Kansas City Wizards
(1st title)
Runners-up Chicago Fire
Top goal scorer(s) United States Julian Nash
(4 goals)

The 2004 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup ran from June through September, 2004, open to all soccer teams in the United States.

The Kansas City Wizards won the Open Cup tournament with a 1-0 golden-goal victory over the defending-champion Chicago Fire at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City missed out on a domestic double when the Wizards lost MLS Cup 2004.

The Open Cup tournament was highlighted by A-League side Charleston Battery reaching the semifinals, one of four USL teams to beat Major League Soccer teams. The 2004 tournament was also the final edition contested using golden goal as opposed to more conventional soccer extra time.

Open Cup Bracket[edit]

Home teams listed on top of bracket

Third Round Fourth Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                             
PDL Carolina Dynamo 2
A-L Atlanta Silverbacks (ASDET) 3
A-L Atlanta Silverbacks 1
MLS Kansas City Wizards 4
 
 
MLS Kansas City Wizards 4
MLS Dallas Burn 0
MLS Dallas Burn 2
A-L Virginia Beach Mariners 0
MLS Dallas Burn 3
MLS Colorado Rapids 0
 
 
MLS Kansas City Wizards 1
MLS San Jose Earthquakes 0
A-L Minnesota Thunder (ASDET) 2
PDL Rapids Reserve 1
A-L Minnesota Thunder 1
MLS Los Angeles Galaxy 0
 
 
A-L Minnesota Thunder 2 (4)
MLS San Jose Earthquakes (ASDET, PSO) 2 (5)
PSL Utah Blitzz 1
A-L Portland Timbers 2
A-L Portland Timbers 0
MLS San Jose Earthquakes 3
 
 
MLS Kansas City Wizards (ASDET) 1
MLS Chicago Fire 0
A-L Richmond Kickers (ASDET) 1
PDL Cape Cod Crusaders 0
A-L Richmond Kickers 2
MLS D.C. United 1
 
 
A-L Richmond Kickers 0
MLS Chicago Fire 1
MLS Columbus Crew 2
A-L Syracuse Salty Dogs 1
MLS Columbus Crew 1
MLS Chicago Fire (ASDET) 2
 
 
MLS Chicago Fire (ASDET) 1
A-L Charleston Battery 0
 
 
MLS New England Revolution 1 (1)
A-L Rochester Rhinos ASDET, PSO 1 (3)
A-L Rochester Rhinos 1
PDL Fire Reserves 0
A-L Rochester Rhinos 0
A-L Charleston Battery 1
A-L Charleston Battery 2
PSL Wilmington Hammerheads 0
A-L Charleston Battery 1
MLS MetroStars 0
 
 

Schedule[edit]

Note: Scorelines use the standard U.S. convention of placing the home team on the right-hand side of box scores.

First round[edit]

Eight PDL and eight USASA teams start.


Second round[edit]

Six PSL and two A-League teams enter.


Third round[edit]

Six A-League and two MLS teams enter.


Fourth round[edit]


Quarter finals[edit]


Semi finals[edit]


Final[edit]

September 22, 2004
Illinois Chicago Fire (MLS) 0–1 (asdet) Kansas Kansas City Wizards (MLS)
(Report) TV: GolTV Simutenkov Golden goal in the 95th minute 95'
Chicago Fire
Kansas City Wizards

Top scorers[edit]

Position Player Club Goals
1 Julian Nash Chicago Fire Reserves 4
2 Marcus Storey Carolina Dynamo 3
Stephen Rhyne Carolina Dynamo 3
Davy Arnaud Kansas City Wizards 3
Byron Carmichael South Jersey Barons 3

See also[edit]