1923–24 National Challenge Cup
The Fall River Marksmen defeated Vesper Buicks of St. Louis by a score of 4-2. Recent film of the final was discovered showing the 36th minute handball by Alex Kemp of the Marksmen which led to Vesper Buicks' first goal. This is also the first known game in which soccer players wore numbers.
Home teams listed on top of bracket
(*): replay after tied match
w/o: walkover/forfeit victory awarded
March 30, 1924
|Vesper Buick (MO)||2–4||Fall River Marksmen (MA)|
|Tim Harris 36' PK
Joe McCarthy 52'
|(Report)|| 6' 51' Fred Morley