John “Jack” McGuire

A forward who played five seasons in the original American Soccer League of the 1920s, and won two U.S. Open Cup titles.

McGuire, who was born in Scotland, got his Open Cup victories with Robins Dry Dock of Brooklyn, his first American team, in 1921 and Paterson FC in 1923. He began his ASL career in the 1921-22 season with Todd Shipyards of Brooklyn, which was the same team that had played in the National Association Foot Ball Leagues as Robins Dry Dock, and played in subsequent ASL seasons for Paterson, New York FC, New Bedford Whalers and Brooklyn Wanderers. He played one full international for the United States, against Canada in 1925.

Inducted in 1951.