It will be almost impossible to see the U.S. Open Cup final live on TV, for which we can thank the U.S. Soccer Federation's lack of foresight.
There will also be no replay of the game on local TV, for which we can also think the USSF — for reasons that are pretty much impossible to understand.
As reported here last week, the USSF, which controls the U.S. Open Cup, signed a three-year deal with GolTV for the rights to the tournament final. And then GolTV proceeded to pretty much collapse.
It would appear the only way anybody in Utah can watch Real Salt Lake battle D.C. United is on a standard definition, Spanish-language channel that's included in some of the satellite TV provider's Spanish-language programming packages. If you happen to have that package.