The name was revived just prior to the 1956-57 season when a revived Brooklyn Hakoah merged with New York Americans to become the New York Hakoah-Americans. They then became New York Hakoah for the 1962-63 season. They were American Soccer League champions three times in a row between 1957 and 1959.
Kurt Lamm was coach of the team for 14 years, during which it won three successive American Soccer League Championships, from 1955 to 1958. He was named ASL’s Manager of the Year for the 1957–58 and 1962–63 seasons.
Sport Club Hakoah Bergen County was established in 2009. Ron Glickman decided to try and rebuild the Hakoah club in the New York suburb of Teaneck, New Jersey. Scouting for players was done via local college rosters and direct contact with college coaches. At the beginning of the 2011-2012 season, the club came to an agreement with Fairleigh Dickinson University to use University Stadium as the team's home pitch. Sponsorship agreements were also announced with a shirt sponsorship deal from El Al Israel Airlines in addition All Ways Travel and Data Life. Hakoah Bergen County joined the North Jersey Soccer League Premier West Division for the 2011/12 season where they finished in fourth place.
In August 2012, the club announced that they would re-brand and continue the legacy of New York Hakoah.