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1919 American Cup

The 1919 American Cup was the annual open cup held by the American Football Association.

American Cup Bracket

Second round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                           
           
 Bridgeport City  2
January 26 - Kearny
 Kearny Federal Ship  3  
 Kearny Federal Ship  0
December 14 - Bethlehem
   Bethlehem Steel  2  
 Bethlehem Steel  6
March 16 - Harrison
 Merchant Ship B  2  
 Bethlehem Steel  3
   Robins Dry Dock  1  
 Jersey A.C.  0
February 2,9 - Bayonne
 Babcock & Wilcox  4  
 Babcock & Wilcox  1-0
December 15 - Brooklyn
   Robins Dry Dock  1-2  
 Robins Dry Dock  4
April 26 - Tacony
 Clan MacDuff  0  
 Bethlehem Steel  2
   Paterson F.C.  0
 Paterson F.C.  6
February 9 - Paterson
 Bunker Hill F.C.  2  
 Paterson F.C.  5
December 15 - Greenpoint
   Morse Dry Dock  1  
 Morse Dry Dock  w/o
March 23 - Paterson
 Scottish-Americans    
 Paterson F.C.  3
   Merchant Ship A  2  
 Disston A.A.  0
January 25, February 22 - Philadelphia
 Merchant Ship A  1  
 Merchant Ship A  4-4*
December 28 - Quincy
   J&P Coats  1-0  
 Fore River  2
 J&P Coats  3  

(*)protested, replayed at Pawtucket

Final

April 26, 1919
4:00 PM EST
Paterson F.C. (NJ) 0–2 Bethlehem Steel F.C. (PA)
(Report) Paddy Butler 11’
Harry Ratican 68’
Tacony, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: George Young

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