In 1933 Chilean club Audax Italiano undertook an amazing tour of South America and North America. They left Chile in January 1933. In October 1933 they played exhibition games in Canada. They even played two games in one day. The players were said to be so exhausted that the team doctor injected the players with stimulants before every game.
On June 12 Ulster United played against Manchester United at the University of Detroit Stadium, Detroit. A crowd of 10,000 turned up to see the exhibition game.
Walter was a fighter pilot with the Royal Air Force during World War II. In soccer circles he was known as Twinkle-toes and was very popular among soccer fans in Toronto in the 1940’s.
John Syme is rated as one of the best centre half backs that ever played in Canada. He came to Canada in 1949 and starred with the East End Canadians in the National Soccer League.
Jack was rated as a star centre forward in Canadian soccer in the late 1940’s. He won the Dominion Cup with Ulster United in 1946.
John won the Dominion Championship with Ulster United in the 1951 season.