President: Arthur Arnold
Vice-predidents: M.A. Searle, Toronto and D.S. Wilkinson, Montreal
Secretary: George McBain, Toronto
In December 1934 the NSL Western Section recieved applications from Guelph Lancashires and Toronto team England United. The new England United team was seen as a welcome addition after many years with teams named the Scottish and the Irish.
Annual general meeting
The annual general meeting was held at the Windsor Hotel in Montreal on Saturday January 12, 1935.
It was announced after the meeeting that the creation of a Northern Section was practically assured. The teams that would be included in the Northern Section were Falconbridge, Frood, McIntyre, Noranda, Dome Creighton and Kirkland Lake.
A Southern Section was also discussed. If this section would materialize it was expected that it would include clubs from the Western Ontario League.
Clubs and players
Danish player Kai Sandvig joined Toronto Scottish from London Labatts shortly after the 1934 season had finished.
Review of the season – Western Division
Review of the season – Eastern Division
Review of the season – Northern Division
The National Soccer League expanded into Northern Ontario, thus creating three divisions. Because of the Depression many players from the Toronto-Hamilton area in particular had moved north to find work, and had strengthened the teams in the mining areas. Falconbridge Mines, Frood Mines and Timmins Dome Mines became powerful teams on the national scene.
Ulster United 4
British Consols 3
Toronto Scottish 1
Toronto Maple Leafs 0
Lord Atholstan Cup Final:
May 25, 1936 Toronto
Frood Mines 3 (Simpson, Davies, Waide)
Ulster United 1 (Bill Quinn)
Title awarded to Frood Mines when Ulster United refused to play the second game in Sudbury.