February seems to be the month for EPSA state cup competitions when it comes the German Hungarians this year.
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Upcoming Match – West Chester at Bryn Athyn on 12/11 (East Penn Amateur Cup FINAL)
Come out and support your German Hungarians this Sunday in the final of the local Amateur Cup!
Match Reports – 10/16
Sunday, 10/16 was not a great day for German Hungarian Soccer. The Major Men and the Major women both fell 4:0 to their respective opponents.
Upcoming Match – GH Vs. West Chester on 10/16 (US Open Cup)
The second round of local qualifying in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup will take place for the United German Hungarians on October 16 at 2:30pm at Temple Ambler. Our boys will be taking on West Chester United from our local United Soccer League. More information should be available at US Soccer's website. The best … Continue reading Upcoming Match – GH Vs. West Chester on 10/16 (US Open Cup)
Upcoming Matches – Sunday 10/9 MATCHES POSTPONED [UPDATED]
The United League has announced that all matches originally Scheduled for 10/9 have been postponed due to referee shortages.
EPSA Reformats State Amateur Cup and We Don’t Know Why, by Michael Fricker [UPDATED]
In July and August rumors began to circulate that the Amateur Cup* within Eastern Pennsylvania was likely to have a new format this season. The format: a round robin followed by a semi and a final. Eastern Pennsylvania Soccer Association (EPSA) President Ron Burnett confirmed by email on the 3rd of August that the EPSA … Continue reading EPSA Reformats State Amateur Cup and We Don’t Know Why, by Michael Fricker [UPDATED]
Upcoming Matches – Double Header on 9/25
It's a double header this week as Lancaster City FC travels to Ambler to take on both our teams. Any members who haven't been out to a match in Ambler are highly encouraged to go. It's a great field, a great location and its best when you can catch two matches while you are there. … Continue reading Upcoming Matches – Double Header on 9/25
Why we play in the USLPA, by Michael Fricker
In a climate of American soccer where organizational barriers are nonexistent and there’s a new regional or national league starting up every day, soccer social media is an alphabet soup of teams, leagues and fan sites. So, why do we play in the United League?
Match Report – 12/19, West Chester 3:0 German Hungarians, & a Recap by Jason Karasow
Overall, it was one of the most enjoyable amateur games I've watched in a while. It was played at a very good pace with quick interchange of play and the talent was abundant all over the field. Even though the loss is disappointing there are still a lot of positives to take from the day. This was our first cup final in about 10 years
Match Report – 12/16, German Hungarians 3:0 Colonial, (East Penn Open Cup)
Two goals were scored by Finn Reese, the first on a penalty kick, with the third from none other than Matt Sullivan. Keeper, James Brett, came away with another clean sheet and was bestowed the title of Man of the Match by head coach Jason Karasow.