1967 National Soccer League

President: Bill Boytchuk

Expansion

In February 1967 it was confirmed that Hamilton Primos and Inter-Roma would join the NSL from the defunct ECPSL. The league planned on operating with ten teams but had received applications from other clubs in Toronto, as well as from Rochester, N.Y., and London, Ontario.  

Annual general meeting

The annual general meeting was held in Toronto on March 4 and two more franchises were added. These were the Serbian White Eagles and former member Olympia.

Review of the season

Hamilton Primos won the league championship.

Inter-Roma withdrew from the play-offs in October.

Windsor Teutonia won the playoff championship.

Results and standings

Playoff semi-finals (two-game-total goals)*
October 9, 1967 at Wigle Park, Windsor (att: 200)
Windsor Teutonia 6 (Jurisevic 3, Cain, Pavljsevic)
Sudbury Italia 0
 
October 15, 1967 at Sudbury
Sudbury Italia 2
Windsor Teutonia 2
Windsor Teutonia won series 8-2
 
*Toronto Roma withdrew from the three-team, round-robin semi-finals.

Playoff semi-finals (three-team, round-robin series)
 
October 7, 1967 Hamilton
Hamilton Primo 4
Toronto Hellas 0
 
October ??, 1967
 
 
October ??, 1967
 
Hamilton Primos
Toronto Hellas
Toronto Hungaria
 
1. Hamilton Primos
2.
3.

O’Keefe Trophy – Playoff finals (best-of-three games):
November 5, 1967 at Hamilton
Attendance: 150
Hamilton Primos 1 (Jack Thoms)
Windsor Teutonia 3 (Bob Cain, Jovan Urukala, Victor Jurisevic)

November 12, 1967 at Windsor
Windsor Teutonia 1 (Gaetano Feregotto)
Hamilton Primos 0 

Windsor Teutonia won the O’Keefe Trophy for the second season in row.