Revolution win Community Cup outright in consecutive seasons for first time
Back on July 28, the Revolution clinched the War of The Roses and the Community Cup that comes with it in consecutive seasons for the first time, with a 5-2 win at Lancaster. The victory clinched at least a 10-10 tie in the season series, keeping the cup in York after the 12-8 Revolution triumph a season ago.
With a 4-1 home win on August 5, York pulled ahead of Lancaster 11-6 in 2014, marking the first time the Community Cup has been won outright by either organization in back to back seasons. York now leads the all-time series since 2007 by an 82-71 count, 85-76 including playoff games where Lancaster has the 5-3 edge.
For more on this year’s series and the series history, click here.
The full year-by-year rundown of the series is after the jump:
2007: Lancaster 10-8
2008: York 11-9
2009: Lancaster 14-6
2010: York 16-4
2011: Lancaster 10-8
2012: Tie 10-10 (Lancaster retains Community Cup by winning the year before)
2013: York 12-8
2014: York 11-6 (series still in progress)