Paterson F.C. was an early twentieth-century American soccer club based in Paterson, New Jersey. It spent three seasons in the National Association Football League, winning one title, and one season in the American Soccer League.
In 1917, Paterson joined the National Association Football League, winning the 1917–18 championship. When several teams from the NAFBL left the league in 1921 to form the American Soccer League, Paterson did not join them.
A year later, Adolph Buslik, a wealthy New York fur merchant, purchased the club and the former Falco F.C. franchise in the American Soccer League. The club entered the league for the 1922–23 season. Following that season, Buslik moved the franchise to New York and renamed it the National Giants Soccer Club.
|Year||Division||League||Reg. season||Playoffs||Challenge Cup||American Cup|
|1918/19||1||NAFBL||3rd||No playoff||Runner Up||Runner Up|
|1920/21||1||NAFBL||Withdrew||No playoff||Third round||Third round|
- John Ford (1919-1923)