1951 National Soccer League

President:
Secretary-treasurer: W. B. Howie, Montreal

Preview

The annual general meeting was held in Toronto on Saturday April 7, 1951.

Review of the season

Hamilton Austins joined the league.

Hamilton Westinghouse had a team composed of mostly young imported from Scotland.

Toronto Scottish had a tough season and by mid-September they had only registered one win.

East End Canadians clinched the fourth playoff spot by beating Hamilton Westinghouse 4-0 on October 25.

Toronto St. Andrews won the league championship.

Toronto Ukraina won the Glebe Cup their first NSL playoff championship.

Ulster United won the Dominion Cup finals.

Final standingsWLTPts
St. Andrews175236
Ulster United165335
Ukraina138328
E.E. Canadians116729
Westinghouse710721
Tor. Scottish416412
Ham. Austins22026

Playoff final

?? 1951, Toronto
Attendance:
Referee:
Toronto Ukraina 1
East End Canadians 0

Toronto Ukraina won the NSL playoff championship.

Exhibition games

May 24, 1951 Toronto
Attendance:
Referee:
Ontario All-Stars
Fulham

June 5, 1951 Toronto
Attendance: 8,000
Referee:
National Soccer League All-Stars 1 (Alex Ptolomey)
Glasgow Celtic 2 (Charlie Tully, John McPhail)

June 27, 1951 Hamilton, Ontario
Attendance:
Referee:
Hamilton & District All-Stars 0
A.I.K. Stockholm 2 (Karl Ahlström 2)