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1910 American Cup

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1910 American Cup

The 1910 American Cup was the annual open cup held by the American Football Association. Twenty-nine teams entered the competition. Tacony F.C. became champions of this edition after defeating the Scottish Americans 2-1 in the final round.

American Cup Bracket

Second round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
November 28, December 5 - Brooklyn            
 Brooklyn F.C.  1-1
 Paterson True Blues  1-3  
 Paterson True Blues  W
   Wilberforce F.C.  L  
 Wilberforce F.C.  W
March 27 - Paterson/Newark
 Bronx United  L  
 Paterson True Blues  1-L
   Scottish Americans  1-W  
 Scottish Americans  W
February 7
 Camden F.C.  L  
 Scottish Americans  1
   West Hudson A.A.  0  
 Legerwood F.C.  
April 24 - Harrison
 West Hudson A.A.  w/o  
 Scottish Americans  1
November 28 - Paterson
   Tacony F.C.  2
 Paterson Rangers  3
March 6 - Paterson
 Philadelphia Corinthians  1  
 Paterson Rangers  1
December 11 - Tacony
   Tacony F.C.  4  
 Tacony F.C.  3
March 26 - Tacony
 Celtic F.C.  1  
 Tacony F.C.  2
   Fall River Rovers  1  
 Philadelphia Thistles  T-T*
March 12
 Fall River Rovers  T-T  
 Fall River Rovers  2-1
   Jersey A.C.  2-0  
 Jersey A.C.  2
 Philadelphia Hibernians  0  

(*) forfeit


April 24, 1910
Kearny Scots (NJ) 1–2 Tacony F.C. (PA)
75' (penalty) (Report) 10'
79' Mooreson(penalty)
West Hudson Athletic Field Harrison, New Jersey
Attendance: 7,000
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