Host City: St. Louis, United States
Venue(s): Francis Field, Washington University, St. Louis
Date Started: September 21, 1904
Date Finished: September 21, 1904
Format: Four men per team team each shooting 96 arrows from 60 yards (54.86 metres).
This was a very close competition between the Potomac Archers of Washington, DC and the Cincinnati Archers, with Potomac winning the title by only three points – 1,344 to 1,341. Potomac was led by Robert Williams and Will Thompson, who had finished second and third, respectively, in both of the two individual archery events in 1904. Phil Bryant of the Boston Archers, who placed third, had the high individual round with 443, followed by Charles Woodruff of the Cincinnati Archers with 429. This was the only time this event was contested in this format at the Olympics. The event consisted of four archers each shooting 96 arrows from 60 yards, with all four total scores to count for the team total.