|Commissioner's Cup||Orlando City SC|
|Goals scored||585 (2.79 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Kevin Molino (20)|
|Biggest home win|| ORL 7, DDL 0|
|Biggest away win|| SAC 6, OCB 1|
|Highest scoring||HAR 5, DDL 3 (May 17)|
|Longest winning run||8 ORL |
(May 17 – July 12)
|Longest unbeaten run||21 RIC |
(April 19 – August 16)
|Longest losing run||6 OKC |
(April 15 – May 25)
(August 9 – September 4)
(July 7 – August 8)
|Highest attendance||20,231 SAC vs. HAR |
SAC vs. LAG
SAC vs. AZU
|Lowest attendance||213 DDL vs. CHB |
The 2014 USL Pro season was the fourth USL Pro season and the 28th season of third-division soccer in the United States.
Antigua Barracuda FC and VSI Tampa Bay FC folded following the 2013 season and were replaced by Sacramento Republic FC and Oklahoma City Energy FC. On January 29, 2014, the Los Angeles Galaxy of MLS announced that they would be fielding a USL Pro team, the LA Galaxy II.The Los Angeles Blues were rebranded Orange County Blues FC on February 5, 2014. Arizona United SC replaced Phoenix FC on March 13, 2014.
Orlando City Soccer Club spent their final season in USL Pro playing at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex on the campus of Walt Disney World Resort in Kissimmee, Florida. This is due to the closure of the Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium, their home for their first three seasons, for remodeling during 2014. The following season Orlando City moved up to Major League Soccer.
|Arizona United SC||Peoria, Arizona||Peoria Sports Complex||11,333|
|Charleston Battery||Charleston, South Carolina||Blackbaud Stadium||5,100|
|Charlotte Eagles||Charlotte, North Carolina||Dickson Field||2,500|
|Dayton Dutch Lions||West Carrollton, Ohio||DOC Stadium||3,000|
|Harrisburg City Islanders||Harrisburg, Pennsylvania||Skyline Sports Complex||5,000|
|LA Galaxy II||Carson, California||StubHub Center Track and Field Stadium||2,000|
|Oklahoma City Energy FC||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||Pribil Field||4,000|
|Orange County Blues FC||Irvine, California||Anteater Stadium||2,500|
|Orlando City||Lake Buena Vista, Florida||ESPN Sports Complex||5,300|
|Pittsburgh Riverhounds||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||Highmark Stadium||3,500|
|Richmond Kickers||Richmond, Virginia||City Stadium||22,000|
|Rochester Rhinos||Rochester, New York||Sahlen's Stadium||13,768|
|Sacramento Republic FC||Sacramento, California||Bonney Field||8,000|
|Wilmington Hammerheads||Wilmington, North Carolina||Legion Stadium||6,000|
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Team||Manager||Captain||Kit supplier||Shirt sponsor|
|Arizona United SC||Michael Dellorusso||Matt Kassel||Lotto||Abrazo Health Care|
|Charleston Battery||Michael Anhaeuser||Colin Falvey||Nike||SPARC/Teamphoria!|
|Charlotte Eagles||Mark Steffens||Eric Reed||Nike||Powerade|
|Dayton Dutch Lions||Matt Weston||Joel DeLass||Nike||Dayton Outpatient Center|
|Harrisburg City Islanders||Bill Becher||Jason Pelletier||Adidas||Capital Blue Cross|
|LA Galaxy II||Curt Onalfo||Jack McBean||Adidas||Herbalife|
|Oklahoma City Energy||Jimmy Nielsen||Michael Thomas||Admiral||First Fidelity Bank|
|Orange County Blues FC||Dariush Yazdani||Allan Russell||Nike||Sports 1 Marketing|
|Orlando City||Adrian Heath||Rob Valentino||Lotto||Orlando Health|
|Pittsburgh Riverhounds||Nikola Katic||Collins John||Nike||#1 Cochran|
|Richmond Kickers||Leigh Cowlishaw||Henry Kalungi||Adidas||Health Diagnostic Laboratory|
|Rochester Rhinos||Bob Lilley||Troy Roberts||Admiral||Bimbo Bakeries USA|
|Sacramento Republic||Preki||Rodrigo López||Lotto||UC Davis Children's Hospital|
|Wilmington Hammerheads||Carson Porter||Tom Parratt||Nike||New Hanover Regional Medical Center|
Each USL PRO team will compete in two additional inter-league games against 2014 MLS Reserve League opponents in a "geographically influenced unbalanced schedule". The inter-league games will count in both the official USL PRO and MLS Reserve League standings.
The following teams will affiliate:
USL Pro teams compiled a 14 Win, 5 Tie and 9 Loss record against MLS Reserve Teams in 2014.
For full article, see List of USL Pro transfers 2014.
|Team||Outgoing manager||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Oklahoma City Energy FC||Expansion team||Jimmy Nielsen||December 20, 2013|
|Sacramento Republic FC||Expansion team||Preki||July 15, 2013|
|LA Galaxy II||Expansion team||Curt Onalfo||January 29, 2014|
|Arizona United SC||Expansion team||Michael Dellorusso||March 28, 2014|
|Pittsburgh Riverhounds||Justin Evans||14th Place||Nikola Katic (Interim)||May 19, 2014|
|Dayton Dutch Lions||Sid van Druenen||14th Place||Matt Weston||August 7, 2014|
|Wilmington Hammerheads||David Irving||12th Place||Carson Porter (Interim)||August 21, 2014|
|1||Orlando City (C)||28||19||5||4||56||24||+32||62||Commissioner's Cup, Playoffs|
|2||Sacramento Republic FC (A)||28||17||4||7||49||28||+21||55||Playoffs|
|3||LA Galaxy II (A)||28||15||6||7||54||38||+16||51|
|4||Richmond Kickers (A)||28||13||12||3||53||28||+25||51|
|5||Charleston Battery (A)||28||11||8||9||36||31||+5||41|
|6||Rochester Rhinos (A)||28||10||8||10||29||25||+4||38|
|7||Wilmington Hammerheads (A)||28||9||11||8||35||33||+2||38|
|8||Harrisburg City Islanders (A)||28||10||7||11||45||46||−1||37|
|9||Arizona United SC||28||10||5||13||32||47||−15||33|
|10||Oklahoma City Energy FC||28||9||5||14||32||37||−5||32|
|13||Orange County Blues FC||28||9||1||18||31||54||−23||28|
|14||Dayton Dutch Lions||28||6||4||18||28||63||−35||22|
|Color Key: • • • •|
| Arizona United SC |
| Charleston Battery |
| Charlotte Eagles |
| Dayton Dutch Lions |
| Harrisburg City Islanders |
| LA Galaxy II |
| Oklahoma City Energy FC |
| Orange County Blues FC |
| Orlando City |
| Pittsburgh Riverhounds |
| Richmond Kickers |
| Rochester Rhinos |
| Sacramento Republic FC |
| Wilmington Hammerheads |
| MLS Reserve Teams:|
Chicago Fire – CHI • Chivas USA – CHV • Colorado Rapids – COR • FC Dallas – DAL • Montreal Impact – MTL • New York Red Bulls – NYR • Real Salt Lake – RSL • Seattle Sounders – SEA
USL Pro published schedule and results.
The 2014 USL PRO Playoffs will include the top eight finishers in the table, with the quarterfinals (No. 1 vs. No. 8, No. 2 vs. No. 7, etc.) set for the weekend of September 12–14. The semifinals featuring the four remaining teams will be played the following weekend, with the 2014 USL PRO Championship set for the weekend of September 26–28. All playoff rounds feature a single-game knockout format and teams will not be re-seeded following each round.
|Quarter-Finals||Semi-Finals||USL PRO Championship|
|8||Harrisburg City Islanders||1|
|8||Harrisburg City Islanders||3|
|4||Richmond Kickers (a.e.t.)||2|
|8||Harrisburg City Islanders||0|
|3||LA Galaxy II||2|
|3||LA Galaxy II||2|
|September 13, 2014QF||Richmond Kickers||2–1 (a.e.t.)||Charleston Battery||Richmond, Virginia|
|7:00 pm EDT|| Martin 11'|
|Report|| Kelly 64'|
|Stadium: City Stadium |
Referee: Charles Carson
|September 13, 2014QF||Orlando City||0–1||Harrisburg City Islanders||Lake Buena Vista, Florida|
|7:30 pm EDT|| Valentino 24'|
|Report|| Hoppenot 40', 65'|
|Stadium: ESPN Sports Complex |
Referee: Matthew Miscannon
|September 13, 2014QF||Sacramento Republic||4–1||Wilmington Hammerheads||Sacramento, California|
|7:30 pm PDT|| Vuković 10'40 ', 67'|
|Report|| Nicholson 42'|
Ochoa 58' (pen.)
|Stadium: Bonney Field |
Referee: Michael Zapata
|September 13, 2014QF||LA Galaxy II||2–1||Rochester Rhinos||Carson, California|
|7:30 pm PDT|| Hoffman 29' (pen.)|
Garcia 45' 65'
|Report|| Rosenlund 16'|
|Stadium: StubHub Center |
Referee: Daniel Radford
|September 20, 2014SF||Richmond Kickers||2–3||Harrisburg City Islanders||Richmond, Virginia|
|7:00 pm EDT|| Yeisley 32'|
|Report|| Langley 27' 89'|
|Stadium: City Stadium |
Referee: Mark Gorak
|September 20, 2014SF||Sacramento Republic||3–2||LA Galaxy II||Sacramento, California|
|7:30 pm PDT|| López 57'70' (pen.)84' (pen.)90+'|
|Report|| Rugg 26 ', 44'|
|Stadium: Bonney Field |
Referee: Baboucarr Jallow
|September 27, 2014F||Sacramento Republic||2–0||Harrisburg City Islanders||Sacramento, California|
|7:30 pm PDT|| Guzman 36'|
| Report |
|Langley 46'||Stadium: Bonney Field |
Referee: Ricardo Salazar
Championship Game MVP: Rodrigo López (SAC)
(Minimum of 1080 Minutes Played)
|1||John McCarthy||Rochester Rhinos||18||1620||41||13||0.722||8–4–6||10|
|2||Joe Willis||Richmond Kickers||18||1620||56||14||0.777||10–0–7||7|
|3||Jake Gleeson||Sacramento Republic||17||1471||47||15||0.917||11–2–3||6|
|4||Miguel Gallardo||Orlando City||24||2160||66||23||0.958||17–4–3||8|
|5||Odisnel Cooper||Charleston Battery||24||2094||70||25||1.074||10–7–7||9|
|6||Samir Badr||Oklahoma City Energy||13||1093||33||14||1.152||3–6–3||3|
|7||Quillan Roberts||Wilmington Hammerheads||17||1514||37||20||1.188||5–4–6||5|
|8||Alec Kann||Charlotte Eagles||17||1515||56||22||1.306||6–8–3||3|
|9||Cody Laurendi||LA Galaxy II||19||1665||35||25||1.351||10–6–3||4|
|10||Michael Lisch||Pittsburgh Riverhounds||17||1530||67||25||1.470||7–6–3||4|
F: Matthew Delicâte (RIC), Chandler Hoffman (LAG), Dane Kelly (CHB)
M: George Davis IV (RIC), Rodrigo López (SAC), Kevin Molino (ORL)
D: Luke Boden (ORL), Ashani Fairclough (WIL), Nemanja Vuković (SAC), William Yomby (RIC)
G: John McCarthy (ROC)
F: J.C. Banks (ROC), Aaron Schoenfeld (DDL), Long Tan (AZU)
M: André Auras (LAG), Jorge Herrera (CHE), Allan Russell (OCB)
D: Matt Bahner (HAR), Gareth Evans (OKC), Brad Rusin (ORL), Daniel Steres (LAG)
G: Joe Willis (RIC)
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