Secretary: Job Jones
Clubs and players
Head coach: Jorge Piotti
Key players: Goalkeeper Glen McNamara; defender Alex Abarca; midfielders Syd Marsh and Carlos Lazon; forwards Cesar Figueredo and Blas Sanchez.
Founded: September 23, 1956
Key players: Goalkeeper R. Pinto; midfielder Armando Costa; forwards Denis Hutchinson and Jose Testas
First Portuguese signed Denis Hutchinson, formerly of Bradford Marshlanders.
Key players: Goalkeeper Greco, defender Mike Radovich, forward Carlos Salguero
London City Soccer Club
Founded: February 14, 1973
Stadium: Cove Road Field, London, Ontario
President: Markus Gauss
General manager: Harry Gauss
Key players: Louie Fotia
St. Catharines Roma
Stadium: Roma Park, St. Catharines
Head Coach: Omar Sivori
Key players: Joao Moniz
Review of the season
Much due to the the sound goalkeeping of Costas Mosgopoulos and the goalscoring of Chris Lamis Panellenic won the league championship. Toronto Italia hired Omar Sivori as their coach. Sivori was a former Juventus star who was the European Footballer of the Year in 1961. Led by their strong forward-line of Hector Marinaro, Joao Moniz and Ed McNally they finsihed in the second spot. Former NSL star player Jorge Piotti coached Dinamo Latino to a third place finish.
Hamilton Steelers joined the ill-fated Canadian Professional Soccer League before the season started. They however kept a reserve team in the NSL. When the CPSL folded the CPSL players returned to play for the NSL team.
After the season London City left the league and London Marconi took over the franchise in London, Ontario.
Results and standings