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Maintaining Philadelphia’s first organized soccer league, the Pennsylvania Football Union, after its inaugural 1889-1890 season initially looked to be something of a shaky proposition.
Before the second season, inaugural champions Eddystone, as well as Philadelphia South End, Kensington Rovers, and the Shamrocks, all dropped out of the league, now referred to as the Pennsylvania Association Football Union (PAFU), leaving only Philadelphia North End from the founding roster of teams.
Their places were taken by Frankford, Tacony, Nicetown, Manayunk, and Oxford, thus bringing the total number of participating clubs to six, and the new season commenced on October 11, 1890.
Several of the clubs that dropped out of the PAFU continued to make non-league appearances; presumably they lacked the funds to join the league or pay for travel expenses, or perhaps they simply did not have the players to continue.
This article looks at the league's growth through the end of the 19th century.
To read the full series, visit The Philly Soccer Page.
On November 29, 1883, the Trenton Delaware Fire Company played a "Marrieds vs. In 1885, the Trenton Eagle Potters - an apt name given Trenton’s prominent place in the country’s pottery industry - lost to Kearney’s Clarks ONT team on April 11 before defeating the Trenton Knights of Labor at Hetzels Grove in front of 1,200 spectators.
Non-league matches against new clubs such as Enterprise, Celtic, Athletic, Thistle, Peerless, and Orianna also took place, as did a series of interstate games against Trenton Rovers and Trenton Association, the first of which was played on November 29, 1890 against Trenton Rovers and was won by Frankford, 4-3.
A Trenton team entered the 1887-88 American Cup, the first to include teams from the New England region, but it is unclear if they actually played.
Nevertheless, Smith has located records showing that season saw games from Trenton Swifts, Trenton Tile Rovers, Trenton Butler Streets, and Trenton Young Americans.
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