Montreal National Soccer League
Teams competing in the 1944 season were Vickers United, Carsteel, R.A.F., Longue Pointe Ordenance, Fairchild, Signals and Stelco.
R.A.F. consisted of many players who had had remarkable careers overseas.
Vickers won the Montreal National Soccer League title.
In the opening match of the 1944 season Ulster United beat Toronto Scottish 5-1 in front of 3,000 fans.
Soccer lost Ulster Stadium during the season.
Toronto Scottish were led by Bill Galbraith. Mostly consisting of Canadian boys they also had four former old country professionals who were serving with the Royal Air Force. The four were Paddy Patton, Bill Pickerill, Harry Farnsworth and Bill Whiteside.
Another player to appear for Toronto Scottish was Liverpool-star Billy Liddell. Liddell was serving with the R.A.F. in Moncton, New Brunswick, when he started playing for Toronto Scottish. To avoid that Liverpool found out that he was playing he played under the assumed name of Billy Tanner.
Inter-City Exhibition Series
August 26, 1944 Molson Stadium, Montreal Montreal Vickers 3 (Castonguay 2, Cameron) Toronto Scottish 4 (Whiteside 2, Gibbins, Jimmy Winning) September 18, 1944 Toronto Toronto Scottish Montreal Vickers
Exhibition game November 5, 1944 Mack Park, Detroit Michigan All-Stars 3 (Douglas Nelson, Walter Bugnatti, Ross) Ulster United 2 (Stanley Smith, Ed Potter)