The USASA National Women's Cup is an American women's soccer tournament run by the United States Adult Soccer Association. It began in 1996 as the Women's Open before being renamed as the Women's Cup for the 2009 competition. Before the formation of the Women's Open, the Women's Amateur was the top national cup competition.
Historically, it has only been contested by amateur and semi-pro teams, as teams from WUSA and WPS have never entered the competition. In 2012 though, the Chicago Red Stars, a professional club, entered and won the competition.
The defending Women's Cup champions are the Chicago Red Stars, who beat the New York Athletic Club 3-2 in the 2012 final. 
Tournament Structure 
In the regional phase of the competition, four to sixteen teams per region compete in a round-robin (or partial round-robin) tournament, playing at least three games.
The national finals feature the four regional winners in a two-round knockout tournament.
- Sources disagree on winner
- Losing finalist and semifinalists unknown
- All semifinalists known but results are not
External Links 
USASA home page