Sporting KC to host FC Dallas on July 10 in Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals


After a 4-0 win over FC Tulsa on Tuesday, Sporting Kansas City will continue the club’s quest for a record-tying fifth U.S. Open Cup trophy with a home match at 8 p.m. CT on Wednesday, July 10 against MLS foe FC Dallas in the 2024 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals.

U.S. Soccer conducted the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal draw tonight, determining the match-ups and hosts for the next two rounds of the 109th edition of the competition. The winner between Sporting Kansas City and FC Dallas will host the winner between Atlanta United (MLS) and Indy Eleven (USL Championship) in the semifinals.

Tickets for the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal at Children's Mercy Park between Sporting Kansas City and FC Dallas will go on sale next week via SeatGeek and are included for Season Ticket Members.

Open to all professional and amateur teams affiliated with U.S. Soccer, the 2024 U.S. Open Cup will crown a champion in September after eight rounds of single-elimination play and the winner will claim the Dewar Challenge Trophy along with $300,000 in prize money and a berth in the 2025 Concacaf Champions League.

Quarterfinals: July 9-10
Semifinals: Aug. 27-28
Final: Sept. 25

Led by U.S. Men’s National Team forward Jesus Ferreira, FC Dallas will play Sporting Kansas City for a sixth time in the U.S. Open Cup – including five times in the past eight tournaments – and the quarterfinal clash will come three days after a regular season meeting between the two MLS charter clubs on July 7 at Children’s Mercy Park. Sporting advanced to the quarterfinals with a 2-1 win in extra time at Union Omaha (USL League One) in the Round of 32 earlier this month, followed by a 4-0 victory on Tuesday over FC Tulsa (USL Championship). FC Dallas, two-time U.S. Open Cup champions, earned a 1-0 home win over Memphis 901 FC (USL Championship) in the Round of 32 and recorded a 2-1 road victory at the Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL Championship) earlier tonight to book their berth in the quarterfinals.

The U.S. Open Cup, named in honor of former Kansas City Wizards owner Lamar Hunt, has crowned a champion since 1914 and Sporting KC (2004, 2012, 2015, 2017) are four-time winners of U.S. Soccer's national championship, tied for the most among MLS clubs. Sporting have prevailed in 27 U.S. Open Cup matches since 2012, more than any other team in American soccer, during a run that includes an active 14-match home unbeaten streak in U.S. Open Cup play since the start of 2015.