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.
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||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|
|1920/21||N/A||NAFBL||2nd||No playoff||1st Round|
|1921/22||1||ASL||2nd||No playoff||3rd Round|
|1923/24||1||ASL||3rd||No playoff||4th Round|
- 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||Division||League||Reg. Season||Playoffs||U.S. Open Cup|
|Fall 1932||1||ASL||4th||No playoff||N/A|