The Glebe Charity Cup was one of numerous cups contested for by the NSL teams in the 1920’s and 1930’s.
Winning the British Consols Trophy was symbolic of being Toronto & District champions.
The league was formed in 1955. With the formation of the Western Ontario Soccer League in 1988 the league disbanded.
The Caledonian Cup was competed for annually in Montreal from 1905 to 1941. For many years winning the cup was symbolic of being recognized as being the city champions. It was seen as the blue ribbon cup of Montreal.
The trophy was presented by T. R. McLagan in 1944. It was awarded to the most valuable player in Montreal.
Player and team records for the National Soccer League.