Your Running Commentary

Soccer Tuesday: Your Running Commentary


Three spots in the U.S. Open cup semifinals will be claimed by the night's end, and the Copa America picture will clear up a bit as well, as Group C co-leaders Chile and Peru square off and Uruguay faces Mexico in their final games in the group stage. The summer club friendly schedule also continues, as the San Jose Earthquakes host Premier League club West Brom.

Here's the schedule for the night's matches:

6 p.m.Streaming videoChicago Fire vs. New York Red Bulls

6:15 p.m. – Telefutura/YouTube – Chile vs. Peru

8:30 p.m.Streaming videoSporting Kansas City vs. Richmond Kickers

8:45 p.m. – Univision/YouTube – Uruguay vs. Mexico

9 p.m.Streaming videoFC Dallas vs. Real Salt Lake

10:30 p.m.Streaming audioSan Jose Earthquakes vs. West Brom

If you will be tuning in to any of Tuesday night's matches, please feel free to share any thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below. Enjoy the action.

  • giaco

    So yeah, about a dozen RBNY supporters showed up to the match today in Chicago–good to see them out supporting, sad to see the team that was put in front of them.

    That being said, they had a bed-sheet banner that read “we’re here for a reason”. I read that to mean that they had traveled to see the match on a Tuesday at their own expense and with only 3 games standing in the way of their first hardware and a spot in CCL, but the manager doesn’t show and doesn’t even give the team the players to even compete. What a shame. The RBNY FO and technical staff should really re-consider their approach to this competition.

    I felt for them-from a supporters standpoint. But I still am perfectly fine with the Fire win.


  • fischy

    Amen. It’s a cool tournament. So what if most MLS teams don’t play their best XI?


  • Kejsare

    Some MLS teams have something better to do than try to win 7 single elimination games.

    If it is Open it at least should be more level for every team.


  • WK

    West coast report: David Bingham scores from a long punt about two minutes into the Quakes match vs WBA. Quakes go on to win 2-1 that featured mostly reserves in the first half…


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