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LAFC sends five teams into knockout phase
April 1st, 2010 7:05PM
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[DALLAS CUP] LAFC led all clubs with five teams reaching the knockout phase of Dallas Cup XXXI, which moved into the quarterfinals with games Thursday and Friday.

LAFC had teams in the under-19, under-15 and under-14 age groups and two teams in the quarterfinals of the under-13 division.

Monterrey of Mexico led all foreign clubs with three teams in the knockout phase, including a team in the Super Group.

Other clubs with multiple teams in the knockout phase included the Dallas Texans, Andromeda and Lonestar SC with three.

Under-19
Cruzeiro (Brazil) vs. Tottenham (England)
Monterrey (Mexico) vs.  Mexican U-19 National Team

Under-19
Toronto FC Academy (Canada) vs.  Chorrillo FC (Panama)
Shattuck St. Mary's vs. Lonestar Red Academy
Houston Dynamo Academy vs. LAFC Black
Solar U18 Academy vs. Andromeda U18 Academy

Under-17
Tigres (Mexico) vs. Lonestar Red Academy
Monterrey (Mexico) vs. Dallas Texans Red
Andromeda U16 Academy vs. Dallas Texans U16 Academy
Erin Mills (Canada) vs.  Brujas FC (Costa Rica)

Under-16
Texas Football Club (Dallas) vs. Shattuck St. Mary's SA
Aztecs FC vs. Monterrey (Mexico)
Santa Clara Sporting vs. De Anza Force Blue
Houston Dynamo USSF Academy vs. Solar Red

Under-15
Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) vs.  Bethesda
Guadalajara (Mexico) vs. SC del Sol
South Florida Elite Blue vs. Chicago Magic
Fram CQ Vipers vs. LAFC

Under-14
Lonestar Red vs. West Pines United FC Black
Pateadores Blue vs. West Coast FC
Aztecs FC Premier vs. Dallas Texans Red
LAFC vs. Andromeda Red

Under-13
San Diego Surf Academy vs. LAFC Black
Dallas Texans Red South vs. Crewe Alexandra (England)
Fullerton Rangers White vs. LAFC
Real So Cal White vs.  FC Dallas Youth



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