1929–30 National Challenge Cup

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The 1929–30 National Challenge Cup was the annual open cup held by the United States Football Association. It is now known as the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.

Eastern Division[edit]

First roundSecond roundSemi-finalsFinal
February 2 - Tiverton
Fall River FC5
February 22 - Fall River
Lusitania Recreation0
Fall River FC5
January 26 - New Bedford
New Bedford Whalers2
New Bedford Whalers4
March 2 - Tiverton
Bridgeport Hungaria0
Fall River FC5
February 2 - Providence
Pawtucket Rangers2
Providence FC1
February 15 - Pawtucket
Pawtucket Rangers3
Pawtucket Rangers3
New York Nationals2
New York Nationalsw/o
March 16, 23
Newark SC
Fall River FC1-3
February 2 - Brooklyn
Bethlehem Steel1-2
Brooklyn Wanderers6
February 16 - Brooklyn
Montclair Camerons0
Brooklyn Wanderers2
February 2 - New York
Hakoah All-Stars1
IRT Rangers1
March 2 - Brooklyn
Hakoah All-Stars3
Brooklyn Wanderers0
February 2 - Bronx
Bethlehem Steel2
New York Giants6
February 23 - Bronx
Brooklyn Hispano0
New York Giants1
February 9 - Newark
Bethlehem Steel2
Bethlehem Steel8
Newark Portuguese1

Western Division[edit]

First roundSecond roundSemi-finalsFinal
December 29/Jan 5 - Chicago
February 23/Mar 2 - Chicago
December 29/Jan 5 - Chicago
March 9 - Chicago
Jugoslav American2-2
February 2 - Detroit
Holley Carburetor2
Holley Carburetor6
February 23 - Detroit
Holley Carburetor3
February 9, 16 - Detroit
Detroit F.C.1
Detroit F.C.3-1
March 16, 23
Holley Carburetor1-0
January 5 - St. Louis
Bruell Insurance1-2
Ben Millers2
February 23 - St. Louis
December 29 - St. Louis
Madison Kennel1
March 3 - St. Louis
Dec 29/Jan 5, 12 - Cleveland
Bruell Insurance3
Bruell Insurance8 a
February 16 - Cleveland
Cleveland Slavia7
Bruell Insurance2
December 25 - Chicago
Chicago Sparta0
Chicago Sparta9
Olympia F.C.3

a) aggregate after 3 games


Fall River FC (MA) 7–2 Cleveland Bruell Insurance (OH)
McAuley Goal 1'4'7'
McNab Goal 20'
Nilsen Goal 22'30'35'
Wilson Goal 55'88' (pen.)
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Edward Donaghy, New York (USA)
Cleveland Bruell Insurance (OH) 1–2 Fall River FC (MA)
Phillips Goal McNab Goal
McAuley Goal
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Harry Pithie, Detroit (USA)