Buffalo Blazers were members of the NSL from 1976 until 1980. During this period they struggled to find a suitable playing location.
The Oshawa Hungarian Culture Club was formed in 1961. They played in the National Soccer League in the 1962 season.
Ulster Stadium was for nearly 20 years the home of Ulster United. It was also used for many championship games, cup finals and exhibition games.
Kelsey Park was an enclosed ground that had been built for Windsor Rovers in 1924. It was also used for boxing bouts and softball games.
Montreal Carsteel played its games at Thornton Park, St. Henri, Montreal. It had covered stands that could accomadate 3,000 spectators. The ground was built on