Tampa, Fla. - 10 USL League Two clubs (formerly Premier Development League) accepted invitations to the 2019 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, which will begin with the first round on May 7-8.
The competition is made up of 84 professional and amateur clubs from across the American soccer landscape. The first round will feature clubs from USL League Two, USL League One and a number of other open division teams.
Among the League Two teams to join the competition are Reading United AC, who were one of seven division winners to be granted spots in the 2019 Open Cup.
USL Championship sides will enter in the second round, while 21 MLS clubs will join in the fourth round.
Below, find out which USL League Two clubs qualified for the 2019 U.S. Open Cup.
Black Rock FC (Conn.) - 2018 Northeast Division winner
Brazos Valley Cavalry FC (Texas) - 2018 Mid South Division winner
Dayton Dutch Lions (Ohio) - 2018 Great Lakes Division winner
Des Moines Menace (Iowa) - 2018 Heartland Division winner
FC Golden State Force (Calif.) - 2018 Southwest Division winner
Lakeland Tropics (Fla.) - 2018 Southeast Division third-place finisher
New York Red Bulls U23 (Nj) - 2018 Mid Atlantic Division runners' up
Reading United AC (Pa.) - 2018 Mid Atlantic Division winner
South Georgia Tormenta FC 2 (Ga.) - 2018 Deep South Division winner
The Villages SC (Fla.) - 2018 Southeast Division runners' up