1928 National Challenge Cup
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1928 National Challenge Cup

The 1928 National Challenge Cup was the annual open cup held by the United States Football Association now known as the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.[1]

Eastern Division

First roundSecond roundSemi-finalsFinal
January 15 - Brooklyn
Brooklyn Wanderers4
January 29/February 4
Trenton F.C.0
Brooklyn Wanderers1-3
January 14 - Philadelphia
Bethlehem Steel1-2
Centennial F.C.1
February 26 - Brooklyn
Bethlehem Steel3
Brooklyn Wanderers0
January 15 - New York
New York Nationals1
New York Nationals6
February 5, 12 - New York
IRT Celtic1
New York Nationals2-2
January 15 - Bronx
New York Giants2-1
New York Giants3
March 18 - New York
Newark Skeeters2
New York Nationals5
January 14 - New Bedford
J&P Coats3
New Bedford Whalers1
January 28 - Pawtucket
J&P Coats2
J&P Coats1
January 15 - Providence
Providence FC0
Providence FC5
February 26 - Providence
Danersk F.C.0
J&P Coats2
January 15 - Tiverton
Fall River Marksmen1
Fall River Marksmen5
January 29 - Tiverton
Mackenzies A.F.C.1
Fall River Marksmen2
January 14 - Worcester
Boston SC1
Whittall F.C.0
Boston Soccer Club3

Western Division

First roundSecond roundSemi-finalsFinal
January 22 - St. Louis
Ben Millers2
February 5 - St. Louis
Swedish-American A.C.0
Ben Millers2
January 15 - Chicago
Canadian Club1
Canadian Club4
February 26 - St. Louis
Ben Millers4
January 15 - Cleveland
February 5 - Cleveland
January 22 - Chicago
Vienna F.C.2
Vienna F.C.1
March 18 - St. Louis
Thistles F.C.0
Ben Millers0
January 15 - Detroit
Garwood F.C.2
February 5 - Chicago
January 15 - St. Louis
Buda AA0
Morgan Haulers3
February 26 - Chicago
Buda AA6
January 22 - Detroit
Sparta ABA0
Walkerville F.C.0
February 5 - Detroit
Holley Carburetor5
Holley Carburetor3
January 22 - Chicago
Sparta ABA4
Sparta ABA2
Olympia F.C.0


New York Nationals (NY)1-1 (a.e.t.)Bricklayers (IL)
Wortmann Goal 30 Cuthbert Goal 8
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: James Walder (USA)
Bricklayers (IL)0-3New York Nationals (NY)
Henderson Goal 1239
Wortmann Goal 60
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: James Walder (USA)


  1. ^ Jose, Colin (1998). American Soccer League, 1921-1931 (Hardback). The Scarecrow Press. (ISBN 0-8108-3429-4).

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