Sacramento Republic FC to host US Open Cup semi-final, team says

Sacramento will host its next match in the US Open Cup semifinals, a major moment in Sacramento Republic FC history, the team announced in a tweet Thursday. “One of the greatest games in the history of the club will take place in the indomitable city,” said the team, which will host its match against Sporting Kansas City at Heart Health Park. Sacramento was chosen to host after Thursday’s draws. If Sac Republic wins the semi-final, they will not host the championship game. They would instead play against the winner of the Eastern Finals. This comes after Sac Republic’s massive upset on Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Galaxy, a Major League Soccer team. With this victory, the United Soccer Leagues team secured a place in the semi-finals, the first time in its history. It’s also important because MLS teams tend to progress much more often than USL teams. Tickets for the game go on sale Friday at 1 p.m. The match will take place on July 26 or 27. Fans like Krissie Goetz, who is part of Sac Republic supporters group, Tower Bridge Battalion, were delighted when the venue for the semi-final match was announced. “We can organize a semi-final match, it’s amazing,” said Goetz. “If MLS doesn’t notice it now, something is seriously wrong with them.” Pete’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, located off Arden Way, definitely takes note. It is the official partner of Sac Republic for watchmaking evenings. Fans gathered at Pete’s house for Tuesday night’s watch party. General manager Tim Honeycutt told KCRA 3 he expects an even bigger crowd for the semi-final match. “I think it’s going to be a really good show for us,” Honeycutt said. “I would say we’re probably still expecting 20% ​​activity that day, at least.” Honeycutt also plans to open the second floor of Pete’s for the July game as well, to make sure everyone can have a good time. “I think it’s going to be a really good thing for the community — and just for the fans,” Honeycutt said.

Sacramento will host its next match in the US Open Cup semifinals, a major moment in Sacramento Republic FC history, the team announced in a tweet Thursday.

“One of the greatest matches in the history of the club will take place in the indomitable city,” said the team, which will host its match against Sporting Kansas City at Heart Health Park.

Sacramento was chosen to host after Thursday’s drawings. If Sac Republic wins the semi-final, they will not host the championship game. They would instead play against the winner of the Eastern Finals.

This comes after Sac Republic’s massive upset on Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Galaxy, a Major League Soccer team. With this victory, the United Soccer Leagues team secured a place in the semi-finals, the first time in its history. It’s also important because MLS teams tend to progress much more often than USL teams.

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Tickets for the game go on sale Friday at 1 p.m. The match will take place either on July 26 or 27.

Fans like Krissie Goetz, part of Sac Republic’s Tower Bridge Battalion supporters group, were thrilled when the venue for the semi-final match was announced.

“We’re having a semi-final match, it’s amazing,” Goetz said. “If MLS doesn’t notice it now, something is seriously wrong with them.”

Pete’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, located off Arden Way, definitely takes note. It is the official partner of Sac Republic for watchmaking evenings. Fans gathered at Pete’s house for Tuesday night’s watch party. General manager Tim Honeycutt told KCRA 3 he expected an even bigger crowd for the semi-final match.

“I think it’s going to be a really good show for us,” Honeycutt said. “I would say we’re probably still expecting 20% ​​activity that day, at least.”

Honeycutt also plans to open the second floor of Pete’s for the July game as well, so everyone can have a good time.

“I think it’s going to be a really good thing for the community — and just for the fans,” Honeycutt said.

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