New York Field Club

New York F.C. (also known as the New York Field Club) was a name used by two early twentieth-century American soccer clubs.

HistoryEdit

Founded in 1916 as the New York Football Club, the team was originally a member of the semi-professional National Association Football League. In 1921, the team name changed to New York Soccer Club as it became an inaugural member of the professional American Soccer League in 1921. The club won the Southern New York State Football Association (a challenge cup) in 1922.

Year-by-yearEdit

Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs National Cup
1916/17 N/A NAFBL 4th No playoff 4th Round
1917/18 N/A NAFBL 7th No playoff 3rd Round
1918/19 N/A NAFBL 5th No playoff Quarterfinals
1919/20 N/A NAFBL 5th No playoff Quarterfinals
1920/21 N/A NAFBL 2nd No playoff 1st Round
1921/22 1 ASL 2nd No playoff 3rd Round
1922/23 1 ASL 4th No playoff Quarterfinals
1923/24 1 ASL 3rd No playoff 4th Round

ManagersEdit

  • Hugh Magee (1920-1922)

New York Field Club IIEdit

The second New York Field Club was also a member of the American Soccer League.

Year-by-yearEdit

Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs U.S. Open Cup
Fall 1932 1 ASL 4th No playoff N/A