Cleveland Bruell Insurance

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Cleveland Bruell Insurance, also known as Bruell F.C., Cleveland Bruells, Bruell American Hungarians[1] and the Cleveland Bruell Hungarian-Americans[2] was an early twentieth century U.S. soccer team from Cleveland, Ohio

History[edit]

In 1929, Bruell Insurance joined the newly established Midwest Professional Soccer League. The league lasted only one season but Bruell won the league cup, known as the Triner Cup.[3] Bruell's greatest success came in the 1930 National Challenge Cup when it lost to the Fall River Marksmen in the final.

Honors[edit]

National Challenge Cup

  • Runner Up (1): 1930

Triner Cup

  • Winner (1): 1929

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Year in American Soccer – 1930
  2. ^ Wangerin, David (2008). Soccer in a Football World: The Story of America's Forgotten Game (Paperback). Temple University Press. (ISBN 1-5921-3885-3).
  3. ^ History of Soccer in Cleveland