Full name:Andy Toth
Date of Birth:Ca. 1937
Place of Birth:Hungary
Hometown:Sudbury, Ontario
Weight:145 lbs

Playing career:

1959Montreal Hungaria
1960Montreal Hungaria
1961Montreal Concordia
1961Montreal Hungaria
1961Montreal Cantalia
1961-1962New York Ukraina
1962Montreal Hungaria7
1963Montreal Ukraina
1965Montreal Italica


Blond forward. Joined Montreal Hungaria in July 1959 from Sudbury, Ontario. Quickly made his mark as a goalscoring left-winger. Helped Hungaria finish in fourth place in the final standings in the 1959 National Soccer League.

Andy helped Montreal Hungaria to a fifth place finish in the final standings in the 1960 National Soccer League.

Joined Montreal Concordia before the start of the 1961 National Soccer League season. Failed to make the grade with Concordia’s “super club”. After a short spell with Hungaria Andy joined Montreal Cantalia in August 1961. Helped Cantalia win the 1961 Eastern Canada Professional Soccer League’s playoff championship. Voted as the fifth best player in Montreal in the 1961 season.Transferred back to Montreal Hungaria in October 1961.

He started the 1961-1962 season with New York Ukraina in the German-American League’s Big 10 Division. In January he was purchased by American Soccer League club Philadelphia Ukrainian-Nationals and helped the club win the ASL championship.

Montreal Hungaria played in the Quebec National Soccer League in the 1962 season. Andy tied for third place with Steve Kenderes and Peter Kluge in the leading goalscorers list in the 1962 QNSL.

Played for Eintracht in New York in the 1962-1963 German-American League.

Signed for Montreal Ukraina on Sunday 4 May 1963. Ukraina finished in fifth place in the Eastern Canada Professional Soccer League in the 1963 season.

After playing in the United States he returned to Montreal in 1965, and spent the season with Montreal Italica in the Eastern Canada Professional Soccer League.