In May and June 1935 a picked team from the Scottish Football Association underwent a tour of North America. After two victories in Philadelphia and New York the Scottish team played their third game of the tour in Toronto.

On May 22 a crowd of 10,000 turned up at Soldier’s Field in Toronto to watch the Scottish stars take on a select team from Toronto.

Both teams scored a goal in the first half making the score at half-time 1-1.

The Scottish team scored two goals in the second half to secure a 3-1 victory.

The goalscorers for the Scottish F.A. team were Willie Miller with two goals and Hugh Gallagher.

Ulster United’s John Aiken got the goal for the Toronto All-Stars.


Toronto All-Stars: Len Wollacott; W. Davison and Cy Davis; Joe Clulow, Kai Sanvig and J. Hagen; Ollie Sutton, John Aiken, George Graham, Norman Donald and L. N. Meldrum

Scottish F. A.: W. Stevenson (Clyde); A. Anderson (Hearts) and R. McDonald (Rangers); P. Wilson (Hibernians), T. Smith (Kilmarnock) and R. Fraser (Aberdeen); R.Main (Rangers), W. Miller (Partick Thistle), H. Gallacher (Derby County), W. Mills (Aberdeen), D. Duncan (Derby County)