Brooklyn Field Club
|Full name||Brooklyn Field Club|
|League||American Soccer League|
Between 1909 and 1916 they played in the second National Association Football League (NAFBL), winning the 1913–1914 title. The team was the first to win the National Challenge Cup, the earliest version of what was to be known from 1999 as the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in 1914 defeating Brooklyn Celtic in the final 2–1. In 1921 the Brooklyn Field Club joined the newly created American Soccer League.
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