2004 U.S. Open Cup

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2004 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup
CountryUnited States
ChampionsKansas City Wizards
(1st title)
Runners-upChicago Fire
Top goal scorer(s)Julian Nash
(4 goals)
2003
2005

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.

June 2, 2004 Massachusetts Cape Cod Crusaders (PDL)4–1New York (state) Greek American AA (USASA)Queens, New York
Krause Goal 14'
Palguta Goal 60'
Bulow Goal 70'
Caldwell Goal 78'
(Report) Grafas Goal 25' Stadium: St. John's University
Attendance: 100
Referee: Guido Gonzalez (USA)
June 2, 2004 Maryland Allied SC (USASA)0–5New Jersey South Jersey Barons (PDL)Winslow Township, New Jersey
(Report) Mingo Goal 2'
Maher Goal 22'
Carmichael Goal 24'62'
Banks Goal 60'
Stadium: Winslow Township High School
Attendance: 65
Referee: Hossam Saad (USA)
June 2, 2004 Colorado Boulder Rapids Reserve (PDL)2–1California Chico Rooks (USASA)Chico, California
Brown Goal 71'
Branan Goal 74'
(Report) Wondolowski Goal 69' Stadium: Chico State University
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Said Ravanfar (USA)
June 2, 2004 Wisconsin Bavarian SC (USASA)1–5North Carolina Carolina Dynamo (PDL)Greensboro, North Carolina
Hawley Goal 26' (Report) Farrell Goal 57'64'
Storey Goal 83'
Rhyne Goal 90'
Lochrie Goal 90+1'
Stadium: Macpherson Stadium
Attendance: 300
Referee: Richard Rodriguez (USA)
June 2, 2004 Illinois S.A.C. Wisla (USASA)1–5Illinois Chicago Fire Reserves (PDL)Bensenville, Illinois
Okarmus Goal 68' (Report) Rolfe Goal 45'
Nash Goal 46'85'
Knowles Goal 48'
Klatter Goal 78'
Stadium: Redmond Stadium
Attendance: 300
Referee: Pawel Wydra (USA)
June 2, 2004 California Sacramento Knights (USASA)2–1Washington (state) Spokane Shadow (PDL)Spokane, Washington
McDonald Goal 60'
Field Goal 90+1' (pen)
(Report) Ready Goal 29' Stadium: Joe Albi Stadium
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: David Simon (USA)
June 8, 2004 Texas Azzuri S.C. (USASA)2–3Florida Cocoa Expos (PDL)Cocoa, Florida
Kneipper Goal 1'
Sastoque Goal 72'
(Report) Glasser Goal 32'
Moojen Goal 86'90+3'
Stadium: Cocoa Expo Sports Center
Attendance: 27
Referee: Kermit Quisenberry (USA)
June 8, 2004 Texas Legends FC (USASA)1–3Texas DFW Tornados (PDL)Bedford, Texas
Whiteley Goal 90' (Report) Rowland Goal 52'
de Souza Goal 68'
Gorski Goal 90' (pen.)
Stadium: Pennington Field
Attendance: --
Referee: Adam Garner (USA)

Second round[edit]

Six PSL and two A-League teams enter.

June 15, 2004 North Carolina Charlotte Eagles (PSL)2–4North Carolina Carolina Dynamo (PDL)Greensboro, North Carolina
Coggins Goal 4'11' (Report) Moose Goal 13'
Merrit Goal 32'
Rhyne Goal 37'
Storey Goal 57'
Stadium: Macpherson Stadium
Attendance: 150
Referee: Charles Mitchell (USA)
June 15, 2004
75' – abandoned due to lightning, darkness
New York (state) Syracuse Salty Dogs (A-League)1–1 / abNew Jersey South Jersey Barons (PDL)Winslow Township, New Jersey
Kerekes Goal 22' (Report) Holloway Goal 27' Stadium: Winslow Township High School
Attendance: 110
Referee: Mike Constantine (USA)
June 21, 2004
replay
New York (state) Syracuse Salty Dogs (A-League)4–2New Jersey South Jersey Barons (PDL)Winslow Township, New Jersey
Rivas Goal 31' (pen.)
Mach Goal 35'67'
Millwood Goal 53'
(Report) Holloway Goal 22'
Carmichael Goal 90'
Stadium: Winslow Township High School
Attendance: 380
Referee: Ken Heller (USA)
June 15, 2004 California Sacramento Knights (USASA)0–3Utah Utah Blitzz (PSL)Salt Lake City, Utah
(Report) Breza Goal 9'
McNicol Goal 37'
Afrash Goal 45'
Stadium: Rice-Eccles Stadium
Attendance: --
Referee: Carlos Palomino (USA)
June 15, 2004 Massachusetts Cape Cod Crusaders (PDL)3–2Massachusetts Western Mass Pioneers (PSL)Ludlow, Massachusetts
Collings Goal 19'
Bulow Goal 54' (pen.)79'
(Report) Jachym Goal 8'24' Stadium: Lusitano Stadium
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Claudiu Badea (USA)
June 15, 2004 Florida Cocoa Expos (PDL)0–3North Carolina Wilmington Hammerheads (PSL)Wilmington, North Carolina
(Report) Ukah Goal 5'
McNam Goal 13'
Murray Goal 43'
Stadium: Legion Stadium
Attendance: 1,211
Referee: Daniel Burack (USA)
June 15, 2004 California San Diego Gauchos (PSL)0–0 (asdet)
(4–5 pen)
Colorado Boulder Rapids Reserve (PDL)Boulder, Colorado
(Report) Stadium: Pleasant View Field
Attendance: --
Referee: Jose Corre (USA)

Third round[edit]

Six A-League and two MLS teams enter.

June 30, 2004 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta Silverbacks (A-League)3–2 (asdet)North Carolina Carolina Dynamo (PDL)Greensboro, North Carolina
Chacon Goal 50'
Ball Goal 75'
Godoy Golden goal 120+1'
(Report) Storey Goal 12'
Rhyne Goal 90+1'
Stadium: Macpherson Stadium
Attendance: --
Referee: Abbas Piran (USA)
June 30, 2004 Virginia Virginia Beach Mariners (A-League)0–2Texas Dallas Burn (MLS)Duncanville, Texas
(Report) Nhleko Goal 20'
O'Brien Goal 23'
Stadium: Old Panther Stadium
Attendance: --
Referee: Kevin Terry (USA)
June 30, 2004 New York (state) Syracuse Salty Dogs (A-League)1–2Ohio Columbus Crew (MLS)Columbus, Ohio
Schweitzer Goal 81' (Report) Buddle Goal 70'
Paule Goal 90+1' (pen.)
Stadium: Crew Stadium
Attendance: --
Referee: Hilario Grajeda (USA)
June 30, 2004 Oregon Portland Timbers (A-League)2–1Utah Utah Blitzz (PSL)Salt Lake City, Utah
Alvarez Goal 33'
Bengard Goal 41'
(Report) Afash Goal 65' Stadium: Rice-Eccles Stadium
Attendance: --
Referee: Craig Burns (USA)

Fourth round[edit]

July 14, 2004 California San Jose Earthquakes (MLS)3–0Oregon Portland Timbers (A-League)Portland, Oregon
Ekelund Goal 18' (pen.)
Corrales Goal 55'
De Rosario Goal 80'
(Report) Stadium: PGE Park
Attendance: 10,622
Referee: Richard Heron (USA)
July 20, 2004 California Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)0–1Minnesota Minnesota Thunder (A-League)Minneapolis, Minnesota
(Report) Brunt Goal 21' Stadium: H.H.H. Metrodome
Attendance: 5,505
Referee: Hilario Grajeda (USA)
July 20, 2004 Colorado Colorado Rapids (MLS)0–3Texas Dallas Burn (MLS)Dallas, Texas
(Report) O'Brien Goal 60'
Johnson Goal 67'75'
Stadium: Cotton Bowl
Attendance: --
Referee: Marcel Yonan (USA)
July 20, 2004 Illinois Chicago Fire (MLS)2–1 (asdet)Ohio Columbus Crew (MLS)Columbus, Ohio
Ralph Goal 66' (pen.)
Ralph Golden goal 106'
(Report) Hejduk Goal 27' Stadium: Crew Stadium
Attendance: 5,426
Referee: Ali Saheli (USA)
July 20, 2004 New Jersey MetroStars (MLS)0–1South Carolina Charleston Battery (A-League)Charleston, South Carolina
(Report) Klein Goal 48' Stadium: Blackbaud Stadium
Attendance: 2,200
Referee: Abbey Okulaja (USA)
July 21, 2004 Washington, D.C. D.C. United (MLS)1–2Virginia Richmond Kickers (A-League)Richmond, Virginia
Kuffour Goal 82' (Report) Cephas Goal 33'64' Stadium: University of Richmond Stadium
Attendance: 8,776
Referee: Hector Tobin (USA)

Quarterfinals[edit]

August 4, 2004 Texas Dallas Burn (MLS)0–4Kansas Kansas City Wizards (MLS)Overland Park, Kansas
(Report) Klein Goal 52'
Arnaud Goal 57'
Detter Goal 73'
Zotinca Goal 88'
Stadium: Blue Valley Athletic Complex
Attendance: 2,143
Referee: Terry Vaughn (USA)

Semifinals[edit]


Final[edit]

Illinois Chicago Fire (MLS)0–1 (asdet)Kansas Kansas City Wizards (MLS)
(Report) TV: GOL TV
(US Soccer report)
Simutenkov Golden goal 95'
Attendance: 8,819
Referee: Terry Vaughn (USA)
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]