St. Louis Scullin Steel F.C.
St. Louis Scullin Steel was a U. S. soccer team established in St. Louis, Missouri in 1918. It spent seven seasons in the St. Louis Soccer League, in 1918, Scullin Steel of St. Louis entered a team in the St. Louis Soccer League. The team surged to the top of the league, winning the only to fall to the bottom the next season. It came back in the 1920-1921 season to take the title for a second time. That year, Scullin Steel also went to the 1921 National Challenge Cup championship, Scullin Steel repeated as league champion for the 1921-1922 season and won the 1922 National Challenge Cup in a 3-2 victory over Todd Shipyards. While it finished second in the standings the next season. This time, it forfeited to Paterson F. C. after the first game ended in a 2-2 tie, Scullin Steel chose to return to St. Louis when several players left the team in order to join their professional baseball teams. Scullin finished third in the standings the next two seasons and in 1925 did not enter the Challenge Cup after the American Soccer League
Ratican’s was a U. S. soccer team established by Harry Ratican in 1924 in St. Louis, Missouri. It spent three seasons in the St. Louis Soccer League before becoming Tablers in 1927, in 1924, Harry Ratican, U. S. soccer player and coach, entered an eponymously named team into the St. Louis Soccer League. Ratican had previously experienced success during his Hall of Fame playing career. However, he was unable to translate that into success as a team owner. Even taking the field with Ratican’s in the 1925–1926 and 1926–1927 seasons failed to help as the team finished at the bottom of the each of its three seasons. In 1927, the team changed sponsorship and was renamed Tablers