On October 10, 1926, Ulster United tied Czech champions Sparta Prague 4-4. The match was watched by 15,000 soccer fans at Soldier Field in Chicago.
On October 27, 1929 Hakoah All-Stars and Montreal Canadian National Railways met at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn in an exhibition game. The Canadian and U.S. Champions played to a 1-1 draw.
On May 16 1954 Ulster United and Fortuna Düsseldorf played to a 2-2 tie at the University of Detroit Stadium. Before a crowd of 7,000 former Tottenham Hotspur star Les Medley scored two goals for Ulster United.
Manchester United defeated Ulster United 4-2 in Detroit on June 13, 1952. However, Ulster United gave the English Football League champions a scare by holding them to a 2-2 draw at half-time.
On May 11, 1958 Montreal Cantalia held the Mexican National team to a 0-0 draw in Montreal. The Mexican National Team were on their way to the 1958 World Cup that was going to be held in Sweden.
On June 8 1960 Montreal Cantalia defeated English Football League champions Burnley in front of 9,863 fans.