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1914 American Cup

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1914 American Cup

The 1914 American Cup was the annual open cup held by the American Football Association. Forty-one teams entered the tournament. The Bethlehem Steel team debuted in and won the tournament playing ten games through six rounds.

American Cup Bracket

Second round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
November 29            
 Tacony F.C.  4
January 17 - Tacony
 General Electric F.C.  1  
 Tacony F.C.  3
November 27/December 28 - Brooklyn
   Brooklyn Field Club  1  
 Brooklyn Field Club  2-5a
March 21 - Philadelphia
 Bridgeport City  1-1  
 Tacony F.C.  2
November 29 - Philadelphia
   Philadelphia Hibernian  1  
 Philadelphia Hibernian  7
January 10 - Philadelphia
 Brooklyn Celtic  1  
 Philadelphia Hibernian  2
November 30 - Paterson
   Paterson True Blues  1  
 Paterson True Blues  0b
April 19/May 3 - Paterson
 Fall River Rovers  2  
 Tacony F.C.  0-0
November 29
   Bethlehem Steel F.C.  0-1
 Locomotive F.C.  1
December 27 - Philadelphia
 Victor F.C.  4  
 Victor F.C.  4c
   Jersey A.C.  5  
 Jersey A.C.  2
March 29/April 4 - Jersey City
 Scottish Americans  0  
 Jersey A.C.  2-1
November 22 - Holyoke
   Bethlehem Steel  2-2  
 Farr Alpaca F.C.  1
December 27-January 31 - Bethlehem
 Bethlehem Steel  3  
 Bethlehem Steel  7d
   West Hudson A.A.  4  
 Ansonia F.C.  1
 West Hudson A.A.  3  

(a) first match protested
(b) match protested, Rovers refused replay
(c) aggregate after 3 games
(d) aggregate after 4 games


April 19, 1914
Tacony F.C. (PA) 0–0 Bethlehem Steel F.C. (PA)
Olympic Park; Paterson, New Jersey
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Alan Montgomery


May 3, 1913
Tacony F.C. (PA) 0–1 Bethlehem Steel F.C. (PA)
(Report)[2] Donaghy 15’
Athletic Park Newark, New Jersey
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Alan Montgomery

See also


  1. ^ "Title Unknown". Archived from the original on 2009-10-20. 
  2. ^ "Title Unknown". Archived from the original on 2009-10-20. 
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