2001 U.S. Open Cup
Dating back to 1914, the U.S. Open Cup is the oldest soccer competition in the United States and is among the oldest in the world. The U.S. Open Cup is a single-elimination tournament open to all amateur and professional teams in the United States. Thirty-two teams competed for the 87-year-old Dewar Cup trophy in the 2001 U.S. Open Cup.
June 24, 2001
Chicago Fire (MLS) def. Pittsburgh Riverhounds (A-League), 3-2 (OT)
Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) def. San Jose Earthquakes (MLS), 1-1 (10-9 on PKs)
New England Revolution (MLS) def. Columbus Crew (MLS), 2-1
D.C. United (MLS) def. Richmond Kickers (A-League), 2-1
August 22, 2001
Los Angeles Galaxy def. Chicago Fire, 2-1 (OT)
New England Revolution def. D.C. United, 2-0
Los Angeles Galaxy, 2-1 (OT)
Oct. 27 at Titan Stadium, Fullerton, Calif.
First Half: NE-Wolde Harris (unassisted), 30th minute.
Second Half: LA-Ezra Hendrickson (Greg Vanney), 70th.
Overtime: LA-Danny Califf (Cobi Jones), 92nd.
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