Who are the past winners of the Open Cup?

Discussion in 'US Open Cup' started by metroflip73, Oct 11, 2003.

  1. metroflip73

    metroflip73 Member

    Mar 3, 2000
    NYC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Dating back to the inception of MLS...
     
  2. Treetaliano

    Treetaliano Member

    Jun 29, 2002
    San Diego
    www.google.com

    type in "Past US Open Cup Winners"

    hit the I'm Feeling LUcky button

    answer in less than 2 seconds
     
  3. ThreeApples

    ThreeApples Member+

    Jul 28, 1999
    Smurf Village
    Club:
    San Jose Earthquakes
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    1996 DC United
    1997 Dallas
    1998 Chicago
    1999 Rochester
    2000 Chicago
    2001 Los Angeles
    2002 Columbus
     
  4. Y&B POWER

    Y&B POWER New Member

    Apr 22, 2002
    Ramat-Hasharo Israel
    Club:
    Glasgow Rangers FC
    what's odd i didnt find any NASL team to win the USOC
     
  5. Roehl Sybing

    Roehl Sybing Guest

    NASL did not participate in the USOC. The Open Cup was an amateur-only tournament until MLS came along.
     
  6. mls0soccer0nmu

    mls0soccer0nmu New Member

    Mar 14, 2003
    Burke, VA
    The NASL didn't participate in the Open Cup. I don't know why though.
     
  7. Pegasus

    Pegasus Member+

    Apr 20, 1999
    Club:
    FC Dallas
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    The NASL might not have competed but I don't think it was because of their being pros. In the early years a bunch of professional teams won it like Bethlehem Steel.
     
  8. Richie

    Richie Red Card

    May 6, 1999
    Brooklyn, NY, United
    As far as i know NASL teams could have entered but choose not to. They had nothing to gain and everything to lose if they lost. They could have lost because their were a lot of very good club teams operating at the time. NASL teams played friendlies and lost to these teams from time to time.

    The good clubs did pay their players per game basis. I don't think any team has won the open that did not pay it's players.

    The team that won the most opens in a row was Greek America.

    First cup was won by a team from Brooklyn.

    NYC teams won many and finished 2nd many times as well.
     
  9. Casper

    Casper Member+

    Mar 30, 2001
    New York
    1914 Brooklyn Field Club
    1915 Bethlehem Steel
    1916 Bethlehem Steel
    1917 Fall River Rovers
    1918 Bethlehem Steel
    1919 Bethlehem Steel
    1920 Benn Miller FC (St. Louis)
    1921 Robins Dry Dock (Brooklyn)
    1922 Scullins Steel (St. Louis)
    1923 Patterson (NJ)
    1924 Fall River SC
    1925 Shawsheen SC
    1926 Bethlehem Steel
    1927 Fall River SC
    1928 New York Nationals
    1929 Hakoah All-Stars NY
    1930 Fall River SC
    1931 Fall River SC
    1932 New Bedford
    1933 Stix, Baer & Fuller (St. Louis)
    1934 Stix Baer & Fuller (St. Louis)
    1935 Central Breweries
    1936 1st German-Americans (Philly)
    1937 N.Y Americans
    1938 Sparta ABA (Chicago)
    1939 St Mary's Celtic Brooklyn
    1940 Sparta ABA
    1941 Pawtucket FC
    1942 Gallatin Pittsburgh
    1943 Brooklyn Hispano
    1944 Brooklyn Hispano
    1945 Brookhattan N.Y.
    1946 Vikings (Chicago)
    1947 Ponta Delgada (Fall River)
    1948 Joe Simpkins (St. Louis)
    1949 Morgan-Strasser (Penn)
    1950 Joe Simpkins
    1951 German-Hungarians (Brooklyn)
    1952 Harmarville (Penn)
    1953 Chicago Falcons
    1954 New York Americans
    1955 Eintract Astoria
    1956 Harmarville
    1957 Kutis (St. Louis)
    1958 Los Angeles
    1959 San Pedro Canvasbacks
    1960 Ukranian Nationals (Philly)
    1961 Ukranian Nationals
    1962 New York Hungarains
    1963 Philadelphia Ukrainians
    1964 Los Angeles Kickers
    1965 New York Ukrainians
    1966 Philadelphia Ukrainains
    1967 Greek-Americans NY
    1968 Greek-Americans NY
    1969 Greek-Americans NY
    1970 Elizabeth SC
    1971 New York Hota
    1972 Elizabeth SC
    1973 Maccabee LA
    1974 Greek-Americans NY
    1975 Maccabee LA
    1976 San Francisco AC
    1977 Maccabee LA
    1978 Maccabee LA
    1979 Brooklyn Dodgers
    1980 New York Freedoms
    1981 Maccabee LA
    1982 New York Freedoms
    1983 New York Freedoms (2 CONCACAF semi-final places)
    1984 AO Krete NY
    1985 Greek-Americans SF
    1986 Kurtis SL
    1987 Espana (Washington D.C.)
    1988 Busch SL
    1989 Kickers St Petersburgh
    1990 Chicago Eagles
    1991 Brooklyn Italians
    1992 San Jose Oaks
    1993 CD Mexico
    1994 Greek-Americans SF
    1995 Richmond Kickers (PDL)
    1996 DC United (MLS)
    1997 Dallas Burn (MLS)
    1998 Chicago Fire (MLS)
    1999 Rochester Raging Rhinos (A-League)
    2000 Chicago Fire (MLS)
    2001 Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)
    2002 Columbus Crew (MLS)

    Source:

    http://www.nhsoccer.com/Open Cup.htm
     
  10. pasoccerfan

    pasoccerfan Member

    Mar 7, 2002
    Hershey, PA
    Gallatin Pittsburgh

    For any history buffs / Pittsburgh locals:

    Does anyone have any information on the Gallatin Pittsburgh team that won the Cup in 1942? My in-laws are from southwestern PA and know nothing about soccer. The one time they raised an eyebrow is when I mentioned Buff Donelli, a U.S. player in the 1930s who also coached the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    There is an Albert Gallatin School District where they live and I was curious if there was some connection.

    Thanks.
     
  11. Jeremy Goodwin

    Feb 16, 1999
    Club:
    Montreal Impact
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Re: Gallatin Pittsburgh

    I'm willing to bet that when that information becomes available, you'll find it here:

    http://www.sover.net/~spectrum/
     
  12. pasoccerfan

    pasoccerfan Member

    Mar 7, 2002
    Hershey, PA
    Thanks! I've visited that site before-a great site.
     
  13. Richie

    Richie Red Card

    May 6, 1999
    Brooklyn, NY, United
     
  14. Fireman

    Fireman Member

    Mar 2, 2000
    Upper Deck
    Fixed your post
     
  15. mutinywxgirl

    mutinywxgirl Moderator
    Staff Member

    Apr 6, 1999
    St. Petersburg, FL
    If I'm not mistaken, my grandfather played on several winning sides in the mid30's. He was with Fall River. How's that for a legacy???
     

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