Dynamo in Open Cup

Dating back to 1914, the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup is the oldest cup competition in United States soccer and is among the oldest in the world. Open to all affiliated amateur and professional teams in the United States, the annual U.S. Open Cup is a single-elimination tournament. The Dynamo won their first-ever Open Cup championship in 2018.

The U.S. Open Cup is very similar to the domestic cup competitions popular in Europe, South America and the rest of the world. Cup competitions, which usually run concurrent with a country's league sason, are open in the early stages to any club that can qualify, giving local amateur teams a chance to compete against the best teams a country has to offer.

MLS teams have taken part in the competition and dominated it since 1996, making the tournament a true "national" championship. In fact, the only non-MLS team to win the title since 1996 were the Rochester Raging Rhinos in 1999, with former Dynamo goalkeeper Pat Onstad in net.

Beginning in 2014, all domestic MLS clubs directly entered the competition in the fourth round.

Opponent Result Round
vs. Carolina Dynamo (PDL) W 4-2 Fourth Round
vs. FC Dallas W 3-0 Quarterfinals
at LA Galaxy L 3-1 Semifinals
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at Charleston Battery (USL1) L 1-0 AET Third Round
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at Charleston Battery (USL1) T 1-1 (Lost 4-3 on PKs) Third Round
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at Austin Aztex (USL1) W 2-0 Third Round
vs. Charleston Battery (USL1) W 4-0 Quarterfinals
at Seattle Sounders FC L 2-1 AET Semifinals
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vs. Miami FC (USSF D2) W 1-0 Third Round
vs. Chivas USA L 2-1 Fourth Round
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vs. Sporting KC (College Station, TX) L 1-0 AET Qualification
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at San Antonio Scorpions (NASL) L 1-0 Third Round
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vs. FC Tucson (PDL) W 2-0 Third Round
at FC Dallas L 3-0 Fourth Round
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vs. Laredo Heat (PDL) W 2-0 Third Round
vs. FC Dallas L 3-2 AET Fourth Round
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vs. Austin Aztex (USL) W 2-0 Fourth Round
vs. Colorado Rapids W 1-0 Fifth Round
at Sporting KC L 3-1 Quarterfinals
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vs. San Antonio FC (USL) W 4-0 Fourth Round
vs. Sporting Kansas City W 3-1 Fifth Round
vs. FC Dallas L 0-1 Quarterfinals
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at North Carolina FC (NASL) W 3-2 AET Fourth Round
vs. Sporting Kansas City L 0-2 Fifth Round
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vs. NTX Rayados (Texas) W 5-0 Fourth Round
vs. Minnesota United FC W 1-0 Fifth Round
vs. Sporting Kansas City W 4-2 Quarterfinal
vs. Los Angeles Football Club T 3-3 (Won 7-6 on PKs) Semifinal
vs. Philadelphia Union W 3-0 Final