|Charleston Battery CBFC||1-1||Minnesota Thunder Minnesota||25 Apr, 2009||United Soccer League|
|Minnesota Thunder Minnesota||4-0||Charleston Battery CBFC||13 Sep, 2008||United Soccer League|
|Minnesota Thunder Minnesota||2-1||Charleston Battery CBFC||7 Aug, 2008||United Soccer League|
|Charleston Battery CBFC||1-1||Minnesota Thunder Minnesota||20 Jun, 2008||United Soccer League|
|1||Tampa Bay Rowdies||10||+9||20|
|4||Louisville City FC||7||+2||12|
|5||Orlando City B||9||+1||12|
|6||New York Red Bulls II||9||-2||11|
|7||Saint Louis FC||8||-3||11|
|8||Bethlehem Steel FC||7||-1||9|
|12||Harrisburg City Islanders||7||-2||8|
|14||Ottawa Fury FC||7||-2||6|
|15||Toronto FC II||9||-9||6|
The Chicago Fire, Houston Dynamo and Columbus Crew SC will open the U.S. Open Cup on the road against lower-division opponents.
Sacramento's bid to get an MLS franchise took another step forward on Monday when Sac Soccer & Entertainment Holdings acquired USL side Republic FC.
Plans for a Canadian Premier League were approved by the country's soccer leaders, with founding cities announced for Hamilton and Winnipeg.
The Seattle Sounders plan to move their reserve team to Tacoma, where they will build a new 5,000-seat soccer-specific stadium.
Taylor Twellman and Seattle Sounders owner Adrian Hanauer discuss the club's decision to move their USL club to Tacoma.
In an effort to strengthen its bid for an MLS expansion franchise, Nashville Soccer Holdings acquired a majority interest in USL side Nashville SC.