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1924 American Cup

The 1924 American Cup was the annual open cup held by the American Football Association.

American Cup Bracket

Home teams listed on top of bracket

Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
May 11
                       
NY New York Field Club
 
NY New York Field Club 2
NY Brooklyn Wanderers 0
NY Brooklyn Wanderers 5
NJ Newark Skeeters 2
NY New York Field Club 0
PA Bethlehem Steel 1
PA Fleisher Yarn
 
PA Fleisher Yarn 1
PA Bethlehem Steel 3
PA Bethlehem Steel 6
NY Bedford F.C. 1
PA Bethlehem Steel 1
MA Fall River Marksmen 0
MA Fall River Marksmen
 
MA Fall River Marksmen 2
RI Saylesville F.C. 0
RI Saylesville F.C.
 
MA Fall River Marksmen 4
MA Abbot Worsted 1
MA Abbot Worsted
 
MA Abbot Worsted 2
MA Fore River 0
 
 

(*): replay after tied match

Final

May 11, 1924
Bethlehem Steel (PA) 1–0 Fall River Marksmen (MA)
25' Jack Rattray (Report)[1]
Jersey City, New Jersey
Attendance: 3000
Referee: W.F. Fraser

See also

References

  1. ^ Nonnemacher, Fred S. (May 12, 1924). "SPEAKING OF CHAMPS STEEL SOCCER TEAM JOINS THAT CLASS". The Globe. Archived from the original on 2009-10-20. 
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