1952 National Soccer League

Preview

In March the clubs in the league decided that they would not take part in the Dominion Championships. This as they felt it would be financially impossible to play in the finals in Vancouver in August.

Toronto Hungaria joined the league from the Toronto Major League. Polish White Eagles joined the NSL from the Metro League.

Clubs and players

János Kiss was the player coach of Hungaria. Before the season started Hungaria tried to import six Hungarian players that were playing in Colombia. The six players were Gyula Zsengeller, Györgo Marik, Rákóczi, Laszlo Füzesi, Sandor Türuk and Füredi.

Review of the season

East End Canadians won the league championship.

Toronto Ukraina won the playoff championship.

Olympia and Toronto Scottish were dropped by the NSL after the season.

Hamilton Austins also dropped out.

Results and standings

WLTPts
East End Canadians14 2 230
Toronto Hungaria14 2 230
St. Andrews10 2 622
Hamilton Westinghouse 9 3 621
Ukraina 7 7 421
Ulster United 7 6 520
Hamilton Austins 4 5 913
White Eagles 3 6 912
Olympia 3 312 9
Toronto Scottish 1 215 4

NSL Play-offs

September 20, 1952 Fred Hamilton Park, Toronto
Attendance: 600
St. Andrews 3
Toronto Hungaria 2 (Kratochvil 2)

September ??, 1952 Fred Hamilton Park, Toronto
Attendance: 200
Toronto Hungaria 3
Hamilton Westinghouse 1

September ??, 1952 Fred Hamilton Park, Toronto
Attendance: 2500
Toronto Ukraina 1
Toronto Hungaria 0

September ??, 1952 Fred Hamilton Park, Toronto
Attendance: 40
Toronto Hungaria 1
Hamilton Westinghouse 1

September ??, 1952 Fred Hamilton Park, Toronto
Attendance:
East End Canadians 1
Toronto Hungaria 1

Arnold Cup Finals

Toronto Ukraina won the championship playoffs