The Globe -- South Bethlehem
Tuesday, November 27, 1917
Soccer Notes

On Thanksgiving Day, New York F. C., conquerors of Paterson, will play Bethlehem Steel in a National League game. This game promises to be the keenest struggle witnessed in the Bethlehems to date and the fans are in line for a great exhibition of soccer from start to finish. New York is undoubtedly one of the greatest aggregations playing soccer today, playing a hard aggressive game and are never beaten until the final whistle. But as aggressive as they are, they will need it all Thursday as the Steel Workers are still smarting under the setback administered at Paterson and Disston and are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to reestablish themselves as the premier soccer team of the country and are determined that Thursday will mark the beginning of an unbroken series of victories.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club