1992 National Soccer League
Preview of the season
Richmond Hill Kick was awarded a franchise in December 1991 for the 1992 season.
Clubs and players
London City‘s head coach was Harry Gauss. Key players included goalkeeper Anthony Camacho; Simon Mayo, Paul Hillman, Jurek Gebczynski and Bill Meadus.
New club Richmond Hill Kick signed former Toronto Blizzard player Adolfo Mella.
Toronto Croatia imported former Hajduk Split and Hamburger Sport-Verein goalkeeper Mladen Pralija.
Toronto Italia were coached by Ivan Markovic. Key players included goalkeeper Carmen Isacco; forwards Hardley Scott, Franco Spadafina and Vito Serafino.
Gavin Houston returned for another season for the Toronto Jets.
Windsor Wheels hired veteran player Waldir de Souza as head coach. Returning players were goalkeeper Rob Agostini, Mircea Moldovan, Gavin McDonald, Joao Aurajo and Milan Korac. New players included Juan Verdejo and Wiah Sipley.
Peter Pinizzotto led Woodbridge Azzuri to the playoffs.
Star player – Mladen Pralija (Toronto Croatia)
Yugoslavian goalkeeper Mladen Pralija joined Toronto Croatia in 1992. He was a former star player of Hajduk Split and Hamburger Sport Verein.
Review of the season
Windsor Wheels opened their league season at Windsor Stadium on May 23rd against London City.
Toronto Croatia won the league championship.
After the season North York Argentina moved to Scarborough and was renamed Scarborough Astros.
Standings (as of August 31, 1992)
|St. Catharines Roma||15||6||2||7||22||10||19|
|Richmond Hill Kick||13||6||3||4||27||19||16|
|North York Argentina||14||2||9||3||18||31||7|
June 14, 1992 Little Stadium, Western Ontario University
National Soccer League All-Stars 0
AC Milan 1 (Giovanni Cornacchini)