1939 National Challenge Cup

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The 1939 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]

 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
January 8 - Philadelphia
 
 
German American2
 
February 11 - Philadelphia
 
Baltimore Germans1
 
German American1
 
January 8 - Baltimore
 
Baltimore0
 
Baltimore4
 
March 26 - Philadelphia
 
Hatikvoh0
 
German American3
 
January 8 - Brooklyn
 
Lusitania Recreation2
 
Brooklyn Hispano1
 
February 12, 19
 
Holy Cross2
 
Holy Cross1–1
 
January 8, 22
 
Lusitania Recreation1–2
 
St. Michael's3–0
 
April 15, 16
 
Lusitania Recreation4–1
 
German American0–2
 
January 8 - Bronx
 
Brooklyn St. Mary's Celtic2–1
 
Brookhattan4
 
March 19 - Bronx
 
Bethlehem Hungarians1
 
Brookhattan1
 
February 5, 11
 
Scots Americans0
 
Philadelphia Passon3–2
 
April 2 - Bronx
 
Scots Americans3–3
 
Brookhattan1
 
January 29 - Bronx
 
Brooklyn St. Mary's Celtic3
 
New York Americans1
 
February 12 - Brooklyn
 
Brooklyn St. Mary's Celtic3
 
Brooklyn St. Mary's Celtic6
 
January 8 - Kearny
 
Trenton Highlanders4
 
Irish American0
 
 
Trenton Highlanders2
 

Western Division[edit]

 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
 
 
 
Chrysler
 
January 8 - Detroit
 
 
 
Chrysler2
 
December 11 - Chicago
 
Manhattan Beer4
 
Manhattan Beer4
 
March 12 - Chicago
 
Swedish American0
 
Manhattan Beer3
 
December 11 - St. Louis
 
Bartunek Slavia2
 
Lindell Trust3
 
January 8, 15
 
Burkes1
 
Kodak Park1-0
 
Dec 11,18/Jan 2 - Cleveland
 
Bartunek Slavia1-3
 
Shamrock3a
 
April 2, 9
 
Bartunek Slavia7
 
Manhattan Beer2-3
 
December 11
 
Morgan3-1
 
German Sport3
 
January 8, 15 - Bridgeville
 
Curry0
 
German Sport1-0
 
December 11
 
Morgan1-5
 
Morgan2
 
March 12 - Pittsburgh
 
Heidelberg1
 
Morgan4
 
December 11 - Chicago
 
Sparta2
 
Sparta1
 
January 8 - Chicago
 
Olympia0
 
Sparta7
 
February 12 - New York City
 
Lindell Trust1
 
St. Mary's Celtic6
 
 
Trenton Highlanders4
 

a) aggregate after 3 games

Final[edit]

First game[edit]

Manhattan Beer (IL)0–1St. Mary's Celtic (NY)
Nanoski Goal 76'
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: James Carleton

Second game[edit]

St. Mary's Celtic (NY)4–1Manhattan Beer (IL)
W. McEwan Goal 1'
Nanoski Goal 44'52'
Kuntner Goal 63' (pen.)
Gonsalves Goal (pen.)
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: James Carleton