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American Football Association

American Football Association was the first attempt in the United States Football Association, receiving FIFA recognition in 1913. The AFA continued to run the American Cup until 1925, but by that time it had been superseded by the National Challenge Cup and National Amateur Cup.

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  1. ^ Murray, C.K. (1910). "History and Progress of the AFA", Official Association Foot Ball Guide, 27.
  2. ^ (February 23, 1909). "Football: The Association Cup Draw", The Manchester Guardian, 10.


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