1969 National Challenge Cup

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The 1969 National Challenge Cup was the 56th edition of the United States Soccer Football Association's annual open soccer championship. The Greek American AA team defeated the Montebello Armenians in the final game. As a result, Greek American Atlas won their third consecutive National Cup title. The feat would not be repeated until 2011, when Seattle Sounders defeated Chicago Fire.[1]

Bracket[edit]

 
Round of 16QuarterfinalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
March 23 - San Francisco
 
 
SF Scots2
 
Apr 27/May 4 - SF/LA
 
Heidelberg Beer1
 
SF Scots0-1
 
January 5 - Los Angeles
 
Montebello Armenians0-3
 
Montebello Armenians5
 
June 8 - Los Angeles
 
Croatia2
 
Montebello Armenians2
 
March 23
 
Hansa1
 
Hansa2
 
May 17 - Chicago
 
Polonia0
 
Hansa1
 
March 9 - St. Louis
 
Kutis0
 
Kutis1
 
June 29 - Los Angeles
 
Good Counsel0
 
Montebello Armenians0
 
 
 
Greek American1
 
NY Ukrainian2
 
March 16, 23
 
Hota0
 
Ukrainian
 
March 2
 
Greek American
 
NY Greek American3
 
March 30 - Queens
 
Blue Star1
 
Greek American3
 
 
 
Hellenic0
 
Hellenic
 
March 23 - Queens
 
Eintracht
 
Hellenic
 
March 16 - Queens
 
Gottschee
 
Gottschee3
 
 
German Hungarian2
 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Seattle Sounders Win Third Consecutive Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in Front of Record Crowd". U.S. Soccer. October 4, 2011. Archived from the original on January 21, 2012. Retrieved October 5, 2011.

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