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U.S. Open Cup champions
October 6th, 2010 12:49AM

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[RECORD BOOK] The Seattle Sounders became the first team in more than a quarter of a century to repeat as U.S. Open Cup champions. New York Pancyprian-Freedoms won back-to-back titles in 1983 and 1984. New York Greek American AA is the only team to win three titles in a row (1967-69). For all the champions dating back to 1914 ...

OPEN CUP CHAMPIONS
2010: Seattle Sounders
2009: Seattle Sounders
2008: D.C. United
2007: New England Revolution
2006: Chicago Fire
2005: Los Angeles Galaxy
2004: Kansas City Wizards
2003: Chicago Fire
2002: Columbus Crew
2001: Los Angeles Galaxy
2000: Chicago Fire
1999: Rochester Raging Rhinos
1998: Chicago Fire
1997: Dallas Burn
1996: D.C. United
1995: Richmond Kickers
1994: San Francisco Greek-Americans
1993: San Francisco CD Mexico
1992: San Jose Oaks
1991: Brooklyn Italians
1990: AAC Eagles (Chicago)
1989: St. Petersburg Kickers
1988: St. Louis Busch Seniors
1987: Club Espana (Washington)
1986: St. Louis Kutis
1985: San Francisco Greek-Americans
1984: New York AO Krete
1983: New York Pancyprian-Freedoms
1982: New York Pancyprian-Freedoms
1981: Maccabi Los Angeles
1980: New York Pancyprian-Freedoms
1979: Brooklyn Dodgers SC
1978: Maccabi Los Angeles
1977: Maccabi Los Angeles
1976: San Francisco AC
1975: Maccabi Los Angeles
1974: New York Greek American AA
1973: Maccabi Los Angeles
1972: Elizabeth SC
1971: New York Hota
1970: Elizabeth SC
1969: New York Greek American AA
1968: New York Greek American AA
1967: New York Greek American AA
1966: Philadelphia Ukrainians
1965: New York Ukrainians
1964: Los Angeles Kickers
1963: Philadelphia Ukrainians
1962: New York Hungaria
1961: Philadelphia Ukrainians
1960: Philadelphia Ukrainians
1959: San Pedro McIlvane Canvasbacks
1958: Los Angeles Kickers
1957: St. Louis Kutis
1956: Harmarville Hurricanes
1955: New York Eintracht
1954: New York Americans
1953: Chicago Falcons
1952: Harmarville Hurricanes
1951: New York German Hungarian
1950: St. Louis Simpkins-Ford
1949: Pittsburgh Morgan-Strasser
1948: St. Louis Simpkins-Ford
1947: Fall River Ponta Delgada
1946: Chicago Viking
1945: Brookhattan
1944: Brooklyn Hispano
1943: Brooklyn Hispano
1942: Pittsburgh Gallatin
1941: Pawtucket FC
1940: No final. Baltimore and Chicago Sparta shared title.
1939: Brooklyn St. Mary's Celtic
1938: Chicago Sparta
1937: New York Americans
1936: Philadelphia German-American
1935: St. Louis Central Breweries
1934: St. Louis Stix, Baer and Fuller
1933: St. Louis Stix, Baer and Fuller
1932: New Bedford Whalers
1931: Fall River Marksmen
1930: Fall River Marksmen
1929: New York Hakoah
1928: New York Nationals
1927: Fall River Marksmen
1926: Bethlehem Steel
1925: Shawsheen Indians
1924: Fall River Marksmen
1923: Paterson Silk Sox
1922: St. Louis Scullin Steel
1921: Brooklyn Robins Dry Dock
1920: St. Louis Ben Millers
1919: Bethlehem Steel
1918: Bethlehem Steel
1917: Fall River Rovers
1916: Bethlehem Steel
1915: Bethlehem Steel
1914: Brooklyn Field Club



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  1. C. Zee
    commented on: October 6, 2010 at 7:55 a.m.
    The Seattle Sounders 2009 & 2010 back to back U.S. Open Cup wins by a professional league club is the first since the 1930 & 1931 Fall River Marksmen. The Attendance of 31,311 for the 2010 Fianl surpasses the mark held since the 1929 Final (2nd leg) between Hakoah All-Stars and Madison Kennels at Dexter Park St. Louis. One can only imagine how big the crowd would have been if US Soccer had scheduled the Final for a weekend (rather than the original 8PM (11PM EST)and actually promoted the competition.


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