1934 National Challenge Cup

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The 1934 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.

Eastern Division[edit]

 
First roundSecond roundThird roundSemi-finalsFinal
 
                  
 
 
 
 
 
 
January 21
 
 
 
Boston2
 
 
 
New Bedford Defenders1
 
 
 
February 18, 25
 
 
 
Boston4-1
 
 
 
Fall River Rovers1-0
 
 
 
January 21, 28 - Fall River
 
 
 
Fall River Rovers4-1
 
 
 
Fall River Uniteds2-1
 
 
 
March 10, 18
 
 
 
Pawtucket Rangers3-5
 
 
 
Boston Celtics1-1
 
 
 
January 20, 28 - Pawtucket
 
 
 
Pawtucket Rangers4-2
 
 
 
Thornton Victorias2-3
 
 
 
March 3, 4 - Pawtucket
 
 
 
Pawtucket Rangers4-4
 
 
 
Fairlawn Rovers3-1
 
 
 
February 17, 25
 
 
 
Fairlawn Rovers3-3
 
 
 
New Bedford Tessiers1-1
 
 
 
March 24, 25
 
 
 
Pawtucket Rangers6-4
 
January 14 - East Newark
 
Brooklyn Hispano0-2
 
Irish-Americans1
 
January 28 - Union
 
Newark First Germans3
 
Newark First Germans2
 
 
 
Baltimore Canton1
 
 
 
February 11, 25 - Newark
 
 
 
Newark Germans1-3
 
 
 
Scots Americans1-0
 
 
 
January 28 - Newark
 
 
 
Scots Americans3
 
 
 
Ryersons1
 
 
 
March 10, 17, 18
 
 
 
Newark Germans5 a
 
January 14 - Starlight Park
 
Brooklyn Hispano6
 
New York Americans4
 
January 28 - Bronx
 
Brookhattan2
 
New York Americans2
 
 
 
Brooklyn First German0
 
 
 
March 4 - Bronx
 
 
 
New York Americans0
 
January 14 - Glen Cove, New York
 
Brooklyn Hispano1
 
Glen Cove F.C.1
 
January 28 - Brooklyn
 
Hispano2
 
Brooklyn Hispano3
 
January 14
 
Brooklyn Celtic1
 
Brooklyn Celtic
 
 
bye
 

Western Division[edit]

 
First roundSecond roundSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
January 14 - St. Louis
 
 
Stix6
 
February 4 - St. Louis
 
Minit Rubs1
 
Stix3
 
Detroit
 
Sons of Malta0
 
Sons of Malta2
 
February 18 - St. Louis
 
Swedish-Americans0
 
Stix4
 
January 14, 22 - Pittsburgh
 
Curry0
 
Curry Silver Tops1-2
 
February 4, 11 - Pittsburgh
 
Morgan1-1
 
Curry0-2
 
January 21 - Cleveland
 
Slavia0-0
 
Bartunek Slavia2
 
March 11, 18, 25
 
Milwaukee Vienna1
 
Stix7 b
 
January 14 - Chicago
 
Wieboldt Wonderbolts3
 
Sparta Leaders8
 
February 4 - Chicago
 
Norwegian Americans2
 
Sparta6
 
January 14 - St. Louis
 
Cleveland Indians0
 
Cleveland Indians2
 
February 25/March 4 - Chicago
 
Cleveland Shamrocks0
 
Sparta0-1
 
December 17/January 7 - St. Louis
 
Wieboldt Wonderbolts0-2
 
Ben Millers4-6
 
February 4 - St. Louis
 
Andersons4-2
 
Ben Miller1
 
January 14 - Chicago
 
Wieboldt Wonderbolts3
 
Wieboldt Wonderbolts5
 
 
Swedish American1
 

a,b) aggregate after 3 games

Final[edit]

First game[edit]

Stix, Baer and Fuller F.C. (MO)4–2 (a.e.t.)Pawtucket Rangers (RI)
McNab Goal 4'
Gonsalves Goal 91'
Nilsen Goal 110'
Flavin Goal 116'
McAuley Goal 15' (pen.)
McIntyre Goal 104'

Second game[edit]

Pawtucket Rangers (RI)3–2Stix, Baer and Fuller F.C. (MO)
McIntyre Goal 15,???'
McAuley Goal 83'
Nilsen Goal 27'
Gonsalves Goal
Attendance: 4,500
Referee: William Murray

Third game[edit]

Stix, Baer and Fuller F.C. (MO)5–0Pawtucket Rangers (RI)
Gonsalves Goal 41'57'
Nilsen Goal 70'81'
McLean Goal 80'
Attendance: 7,657
Referee: Tom Crompton

Sources[edit]

  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch