1951 National Soccer League
Secretary-treasurer: W. B. Howie, Montreal
Review of the season
The annual general meeting was held in Toronto on Saturday April 7, 1951. Hamilton Austins joined the league.
Toronto St. Andrews won the league championship. St. Andrews, Ulster United, Toronto Ukraina and East End Canadians qualified for the NSL Play-off finals. As it was very late in the season St. Andrews and Ulster United decided not play their game.
The play-off match between Toronto Ukraina and East End Canadians ended up as being the only play-off game being played. Ukraina won 1-0 and was awarded the NSL play-off championship.
Ulster United won the Dominion Cup finals.
|East End Canadians||24||11||6||7||34||29||29|
St. Andrews, Ulster United, Toronto Ukraina and East End Canadians qualified for the NSL Play-off finals.
National Soccer League Play-off final
Toronto Ukraina 1
East End Canadians 0
Toronto Ukraina won the NSL playoff championship.
May 24, 1951 C.N.E. Stadium, Toronto
Ontario All-Stars 0
June 5, 1951 C.N.E. Stadium, Toronto
National Soccer League All-Stars 1
Glasgow Celtic 2
June 27, 1951 Hamilton, Ontario
Hamilton & District All-Stars 0
A.I.K. Stockholm 2
July 21, 1951 Beck’s Field, Buffalo, New York
East End Canadians
Other leagues and cups
1951 Montreal Soccer League
Clubs: Cancar, Engineering, Hakoah, Hungaria, Stelco, Sparta
|1. Montreal Stelco||23|
|2. Montreal Hakoah||22|