Harrison S.C.

Harrison Soccer Club, also referred to as Harrison F.C., was an American soccer club founded as the amateur Erie Athletic Association Football Club that played in the National Association Foot Ball League. As Erie A.A., the club was based in Kearny, New Jersey. In 1921, the club changed its name to Harrison S.C. when it became a founding member of the professional American Soccer League[1] and played its home matches at Harrison Field. The team won the New Jersey State Cup in 1920 and 1922.

Year-by-yearEdit

Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs National Cup
1919/20 N/A NAFBL 2nd No playoff Third round
1920/21 N/A NAFBL 5th No playoff Fourth round
1921/22 1 ASL 4th No playoff Quarterfinals
1922/23 1 ASL 7th No playoff Did not enter

Notes and referencesEdit

Bibliography
  • Jose, Colin (1998). The American Soccer League: The Golden Years of American Soccer 1921-1931. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0810834293.
  • Cahill, Thomas W., ed. (1921). Spalding's Official "Soccer" Football Guide 1921-22. Spalding's "Red Cover" Series of Athletic Handbooks, No. 55R. New York: American Sports Publishing Company.
  • Cahill, Thomas W., ed. (1922). Spalding's Official "Soccer" Football Guide 1922-23. Spalding's "Red Cover" Series of Athletic Handbooks, No. 55R. New York: American Sports Publishing Company.
Footnotes
  1. ^ Cahill, Thomas W., ed. (1921). Spalding's Official "Soccer" Football Guide 1921-22. Spalding's "Red Cover" Series of Athletic Handbooks, No. 55R. New York: American Sports Publishing Company. p. 74.