1918 Toronto & District Senior League
Teams (14): Baracas, Base Hospital, British Imperials, Dunlop Rubber, No. 4 S. of A., Old Country, R.A.F. 43rd Wing, R.A.F. Rp. Pk, R.A.F. Stores, R.C.D., Sons of England, Toronto Street Railway, Ulster United, Willys-Overland
R.A.F.M.T.S. withdrew in June.
1918 Provincial League
Teams (7): Brantford, Davenport Albion, G.W.V.A., Hamilton, R.A.F., Toronto Scottish and Wychwood.
Standings as of June 24, 1918
- Toronto Scottish
- Davenport Albion
Shamrock Cup Final
October 5, 1918 Toronto
Toronto Scottish 3
After the season Teddy Young (Davenport Albions), Art Halliwell (Toronto Scottish) and Ernie Fidler (Toronto Scottish) joined the Merchant A team in the National Soccer League in Philadelphia. Sid Brown (Davenport Albion) joined Bethlehem Steel in December 1918.
Leading goalscorer: Ernie Fidler (Toronto Scottish)
1918 Western Football Association
Teams: Galt, Hespeler, Kitchener, Waterloo
Champions: Galt F.C.
1918 Ontario Cup
July 3, 1918 Varsity Stadium, Toronto
Toronto Scottish 10
Old Country 0
Toronto Scottish qualified for Ontario Cup final.
Davenport Albion qualified for Ontario Cup final.
September 28, 1918 Varsity Stadium, Toronto
Toronto Scottish 1 (Fidler)
Davenport Albion 0
Toronto Scottish: Bob Smith; Geordie Campbell, William Brownlie; Harry A’Court, Young, James; Harry Anderson, H. Fidler, Houison, Ernie Fidler, Hunter.
Davenport Albion: Enfield; Robinson, Buchan; Sid Brown, Adams, Brookes; Barron, A. Walker, McNeilly, S. Walker, Simpson.
Toronto Scottish won the 1918 Ontario Cup.
1918 Hamilton Spectator Cup
November 23, 1918 Hamilton, Ontario
Hamilton Independent Labour Party 8
Great War Veterans 2
Hamilton Independent Labour Party won the 1918 Hamilton Spectator Cup.
November 17, 1918 Federal League Baseball Park, Harrison, New Jersey
Bethlehem Steel 4
Toronto All-Stars 1