Founded in 1914 Ulster United were seen as the best team in North America in the 1920’s, 1930′, 1940′ and 1950’s. Known as the Redhanders the club were always fighting for top honours in the National Soccer League.
Ulster United won the western section of the 1932 National Soccer League and the Lord Atholstan Trophy.
The 1932 roster included Kirk, Davidson, David Eadie, Jimmy Hagen, Wadlow, Bruce, Porter, Simpson, George Graham, Jimmy Galloway, Jimmy Moir
Lord Atholstan Cup
October 8, 1932 Ulster Stadium, Toronto
Ulster United 4 (Porter 2, Graham, Galloway)
Montreal Carsteel 3 (McEachran, Mellin, Turley)
Ulster: Kirk, Davidson, Eadie, Hagen, Wadlow, Bruce, Porter, Simpson, Graham, Galloway, Moir
Carsteel: Shorrocks, Calder, McArthur, Campbell, Finlayson, Stott, Chedgzoy, Mellin, Turley, Ballantyne, McEachren. Sub: Smith
October 10, 1932 Ulster Stadium, Toronto
Ulster United 3 (Simpson, Bruce, Graham)
Montreal Carsteel 1 (McEachren)
Ulster: Fraser, Davidson, Eadie, Hagen, Wadlow, Bruce, Porter, Simpson, Graham, Galloway, Moir.
Carsteel: Shorrocks, Calder, McArthur, Mellin, Finlayson, Stott, Chedgzoy, McEachren, Turley, Ballantyne, Smith. Subs: McLaine and Campbell.
Ulster United won the two-game, total-goal series 7-4
Sources: The Ulster United team photo is from unknown sources. It can be found on several pages on the internet. I have tried to contact some of them to get more info without any luck.