1934 National Soccer League

President: Len A. Peto, Montreal
1. Vice-president: Arthur Arnold, Hamilton
2. Vice-president: M. Searle, Toronto
Secretary-treasurer: W. Gill, Montreal.

Annual general meeting

The annual meeting of the NSL was held in Toronto in the first weekend of March 1934. Len Peto was re-elected as president. The league decided to refrain from active participation in the provincial sphere. Several new clubs apllied for affiliation and the British Consols organization was voted into the western section by a vote of 6-2.

Clubs and players

New members British Consols were strengthened by the signing of Andy Stevens.

Review of the season

After the season Brantford and Toronto Transportation dropped out.

Results and standings:

Western Division   GP W  L  T  GF GA Pts
(as of October 5, 1934)
Ulster United       32 28  2  2 86 29 58
British Consols     31 19  4  8 75 36 46
Toronto Scottish    32 18 10  4 51 49 40
Hamilton Thistles   29 15 11  3 37 33 33
Hamilton City       27  9 15  3 43 56 21
T. T. C.            25  7 13  5 37 56 19
Toronto Maroons     28  8 17  3 29 57 19
Toronto Maple Leafs 26  7 15  4 23 46 18
Brantford City      32  4 28  0 19 44  8

Playoffs
October 8, 1934 Toronto
Ulster United 4
Toronto Scottish 1

Ulster United qualified for the Western Division finals

October 6, 1934 Toronto
British Consols
Hamilton Thistles

Game awarded to British Consols when Hamilton Thistle left the Field With 25 minutes remaining. Consols qualified for the Western Division finals

Western Division finals
October 13, 1934 Toronto
Ulster United 2
British Consols 2

October 16, 1934 Toronto
Ulster United 3 (George Graham 2, Mickey McBride)
British Consols 0
Ulster: Lake, Davidson, R. McNabney, McCullough, Singleton, Adams, S. McNabney, Aiken, Graham, Gordon, McBride. Subs: Partridge, Loney 
Consols: Munro, Paterson, Burton, Graham, Muir, Hagan, Sutton, Redmond, Stevens, Rossiter, State. Subs: Rogers, Boud

Ulster United won the series and qualified for the Lord Atholstan Cup finals.

Eastern Division    GP W  L  T  GF GA Pts
Montreal Carsteel   12  8  3  1 22 10  17
Hamilton United     12  7  3  2 18  9  16
Verdun Park         12  7  4  1 25 12  15
Aldred              12  4  3  5 21 12  13
Emard-St Paul       12  2  6  4 10 26   8
Glen Yards          12  2  6  4 13 24   8
N.D.G.              12  3  8  1 10 24   7
  
Carsteel qualified for the Lord Atholstan Cup finals.

Lord Atholstan Cup Finals
First Leg
October 21, 1934 Ulster Stadium, Toronto
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: C. Newton
Ulster United 2 (Graham 2)
Montreal Carsteel 0
Ulster: Lake, Davidson, R. McNabney, McCullough, Singleton, Adams, S. McNabney, Aiken, Graham, Gordon, McBride. Subs: Partridge, Loney
Carsteel: McLachan, McKean, McArthur, McEwan, Finlayson, Drummond, Chedgzoy, McKenzie, Shorrock, Hutchinson, Smith. Subs: Stott, Kennedy, Williams

Second Leg
August 3, 1935 Glen Yards grounds, Montreal
Referee: W.B. Howie (Montreal)
Carsteel 2 (Kennedy, Hutchinson)
Ulster United 3 (Graham 2, Ramsay)
Carsteel: Shorrock, Epstein, Laing, Gordon, Finlayson, Leah, Chedgzoy, Kennedy, Hutchinson, McEwan, Smith. Subs: McArthur, Campbell
Ulster: Lake, Davidson, R. McNabney, Loney, Singleton, Adams, S. McNabney, Aiken, Graham, S. Gordon, Ramsay. Subs: Hume, McCullough