|Men's College Cup (semifinals & final)|
|Champions||San Francisco (1st title)|
|Runners-up||Long Island (1st title game)|
|Goals scored||59 (3.93 per match)|
The 1966 NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament was the eighth organized men's college soccer tournament by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, to determine the top college soccer team in the United States. The San Francisco Dons won their first title, defeating the Long Island Blackbirds, 5–2, in the final on December 3, 1966. This tournament returned to a field of 16 teams. The tournament final was played in Berkeley, California. The most outstanding offensive player of the tournament was Sandor Hites of San Francisco.
|San Jose State||9–1||3rd||1964|
|First round||Second round||Semifinals||Final|
|Long Island (4OT,CK)||2|
|San Francisco (4OT)||2|
|San Jose State||1|
- Long Island defeated Michigan State per the rules, as at the time after 4 overtime periods the team with the most corner-kicks (CK) was declared the winner.
|Long Island–Brooklyn||2–5||San Francisco|
- "1966 Division I Men's Championship Bracket" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. p. 6. Retrieved November 22, 2012.