1919–20 National Challenge Cup
The 1919–20 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. This edition featured 99 teams in two divisions. The western division had 41 teams in six districts while the eastern division had 58 teams also divided into six districts. The draw for the first round took place on October 13, 1919, in New York.
Home teams listed on top of bracket
(*): replay after tied match
w/o: walkover/forfeit victory awarded
|Ben Millers (MO)||4–2||Packard F.C. (MI)|
|Potee (pen.), ???'
Riley ???', 65'
|Report||Johnston 40' (o.g.)
|Ben Millers (MO)||2–1||Fore River (MA)|
|Report ||Kershaw 37'|
- "ST. LOUIS SOCCERS REACH FINAL ROUND". The New York Times (22, 738). New York, New York: The New York Times Company. April 26, 1920. p. 15.
- Special to The New York Times (May 10, 1920). "BEN MILLERS OF ST. LOUIS DEFEAT FORE RIVER FOR NATIONAL SOCCER TITLE". The New York Times (22, 752). New York, New York: The New York Times Company. p. 15.